25 Nov Round Up: A Decade of Creative Performances
Warren Miller Performing Arts Center announces 10th winter season
This winter ushers in more than just a season of snow: In Big Sky, Montana, it brings a selection of diverse performances to the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center (WMPAC). Acts will include a stand-up comedian, taiko drummers, and a live taping of an NPR podcast, among others. With nine shows scheduled between December and March, WMPAC will celebrate its 10th winter season by offering a limited number of discounted season passes, as well as the usual three-show or individual show packages.
Executive Director John Zirkle has spearheaded the organization since its founding winter season and says it’s been a privilege to host well-known performers and a delight to witness audiences moved. During a particularly memorable outdoor piano concert in December 2020, organizers towed a grand piano into the middle of a cross-country ski course. Then, patrons bundled up with headphones and skied under the full moon while pianist Hunter Noack played an hour-long concert. “We know our audiences have come to expect and love innovative thinking and creativity at WMPAC, and our primary goal is to continue to provide a space where this kind of thinking is respected, nourished, and celebrated,” Zirkle says. “We strive to be different because we believe that is how we can best help contribute to a thriving and vibrant arts ecosystem in southwest Montana.”
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit warrenmillerpac.org.
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