- Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 6:30pm
- Buck's T-4
The MSU School of Music production, in its 49th year, transports contemporary guests to a Renaissance feast with a gourmet twist. Knaves and wenches perform traditional carols sung for centuries during the twelve days of Christmas.
The dinner will also be held at Bucks T-4 in Big Sky on Thursday, December 4th. Tickets for that performance may be purchased by calling the Big Sky Association for the Arts, 995-2742.
The Montana State University Chorale is devoted to the artistic and inspirational performance of distinguished choral literature. The ensemble is selected by audition each spring from Montana State's enrollment of 13,000 students. Chorale's annual performance itinerary includes two formal concerts each semester. Special events for Chorale include production of the Madrigal Dinner, regional and international tours.
Chorale members look forward to an international tour every three years. Recent tours have taken the ensemble to China, the Philippines and several European countries including the Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland and Italy. In May, 2009 Chorale performed in major venues in France and Spain including Notre-Dame in Paris and Santa Maria del Pi in Barcelona.
Part of Chorale's mission is to represent Montana State University in concerts throughout Montana and the region. As part of their commitment to this mission in March, 2009 Chorale performed joint concerts with three Montana High Schools: Hamilton High, Flathead High in Kalispell and Great Falls High School. Also, in 2006 Chorale performed at the American Choral Directors Association's Northwest Division Convention.
This event will also involve the Montanans and the MSU Youth Chorale.
Doors will open at 6:05PM and the dinner will begin at 6:30PM.
- Kirk Aamot