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P.O. Box 841
Seeley Lake, MT 59868
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P.O. Box 841
Seeley Lake, MT 59868
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Tour of the Arts
Fall Tour Weekend
Oct. 14th & 15th, 10am-5pm

Alpine Artisans welcomes you to a self-guided tour of artists' studios, galleries and museums through the Seeley-Swan and Blackfoot Valleys of western Montana. Visits are welcome all year long, by appointment or during the Fall Tour Weekend, October 14th & 15th, 10 am to 5 pm.


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2 Valleys Stage Performing Arts Series  

2017-2018 Season

2 Valleys Stage Season Tickets for 2017-18 are now available on the Tickets page on this website using Paypal.

In addition to the fine artwork created by our members, Alpine Artisans is proud of its performing arts program, 2 Valleys Stage. This outstanding series brings music, drama, and dance professionals from all around the country right to our very front door.

2VS 2017-18 Season Brochure

 

August 24th - 6:00 PM
Macbeth - Montana Shakespeare in the Parks
Double Arrow Lodge Grounds

 

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is a fully professional touring theatre program affiliated with Montana  State University. Its focus is to deliver free performances of Shakespeare's plays to small rural communities. This year the group will bring "MacBeth" to Seeley Lake.

 

September 17th - 3:00 PM
Chinook Winds
Swan Valley School

The Chinook Winds are the resident wind quintet of the Great Falls Symphony. Their programs include classic wind quintet literature, works featuring local composers and artists, unique arrangements of popular songs, and a captivating sense of energy. They deliver their art with energy and precision and a sincere and joyous enthusiam.

October 8th - 3:00 PM
Dennis Stroughmatt and L'Esprit Creole
Seeley Swan High School Auditorium

 

Dennis Stroughmatt was taught to play fiddle by local Creole fiddlers living along the Mississippi River near St. Louis. He is now the authority on this regional pocket of American antiquity. A vibrant blend of Celtic, Canadian and Old Time sounds, this unique music bridges gaps between contemporary Canadian and Louisiana Cajun styles.

 

December 17th - 3:00 PM
Missoula Community Chorus
Seeley Swan High School Auditorium

The Missoula Community Chorus is a non-profit, non-auditioned Chorus open to all who love to sing. The Chorus embraces a wide range of abilities and welcomes newcomers. Members experience the joy of create beautiful music with a large chorus. The group will sing seasonal selections including pieces from Handel's "Messiah."

February 25th - 3:00 PM
Valinor Quartet
Seeley Swan High School Auditorium

 

The all acoustic Valinor Quartet encompasses the diverse cultural backgrounds of its members hailing from Russia, Spain, USA and Czech Republic to influence its stylistic diversity and unique performance aesthetic. They bring a global flair to a repertoire that incorporates jazz, gypsy jazz, classical, popular, tango, and movie soundtracks.

March 25th - 3:00 PM
John Roberts Y Pan Blanco
Seeley Lake Community Hall

 

John Roberts Y Plan Blanco has many years of national and international experiences with West African, Funk, Soul, Salsa, Jazz and R&B ensembles. With vocals in Spanish, English and Portuguese, this group melds energetic Funk, African and Salsa dance grooves with blistering instrumental solos, all aimed at sharing musical diversity with the audience.

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2 Valleys Stage would like to thank the following Corporate Grantors for their generous support:

 

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