Concerts performed for and by members of our community
First Monday of the month, Oct-May, excluding January
Noon - 1 pm
Bozeman Public Library
626 E. Main Street, Bozeman
For kids, seniors, and everyone in between
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Fall 2023 – Spring 2024 schedule
- October 2, 2023
Kenneth Christensen (piano) and Julia Slovarp (cello)
Works by Schumann, Barber, and Vaughan Williams
- November 6, 2023
Wonki Lee (saxophone) and the MSU saxophone ensemble
- December 4, 2023
406 Winds: Katie Mass (flute), Beth Antonopolus (oboe), Gregory Young (clarinet), Elizabeth Schmit (horn), and Derek Bannasch (bassoon)
- February 5, 2024
MSU Student Ensembles
- March 4, 2024
Carrie Krause (violin) and Julie Gosswiller (piano)
- April 1, 2024
Bozeman and Gallatin High School Kamerata Chamber Groups
- May 6, 2024
Lukas Graf (vocals) and Friends
Noon Notes is an outreach program of MCM and an extension of its mission.
Both professional musicians and local students bring chamber music to the Bozeman community in this special collaboration, now in its 7th year.
Noon Notes is funded completely by grants and donations, and is an organizational collaborative effort between MCM, Montana State University, and Bozeman Public Schools. The original development committee was MCM board members Loren Acton, Dennis Wentz, Renée Westlake, Gregory Young, Nina Matos, Julia Slovarp, and Ed Goldberg (who funded the first season).
Currently Julia Slovarp is the Artistic Developer, Renée Westlake is the Program Coordinator, and the managing committee is Dennis Wentz, Andrew Loftus, and advisor Ed Goldberg.
Funding for this free educational program comes from from the Montana Arts Council, Bozeman Library Foundation, Gianforte Family Trust, Ed Goldberg, Dennis & Anne Wentz, Renée & Stuart Westlake, John & Leslie Breitner, Walter & Regina Wunsch and the Murdock Family Foundation.
Thank you for your interest in our Noon Notes program. We will keep you updated on future events.