The Great Falls Symphony - Painting Workshop 2018

The Great Falls Symphony - Painter Workshop

Get ready to paint Musician,  Dean Zook of the Great Falls Symphony!

1:00pm - 4:00pm
Great Falls Public Library

Meet us in the large (basement) conference room.
The contrabassoon was developed in the mid-18th century; the oldest surviving instrument, was built in 1714. Gustav Holst gave the contrabassoon multiple solos in "The Planets", primarily in "Mercury, the Winged Messenger" and "Uranus, the Magician"

The Great Falls Symphony began in 1959. Playing to a wide range of listeners. The Symphony attracts various special guest performers, many of whom are sought around the world. Often playing to full houses at the Mansfield Theater within the magnificent WPA era Civic Center.

A tradition of exceptional music, and extraordinary musicians. The Great Falls Symphony is dedicated to producing musical programs of the highest quality, and strives to be a resource for creative expression, artistic development, economic vitality, and continuing music education. 

Learn More About The Great Falls Symphony Orchestra's Calendar Of Upcoming Performances:

Please bring your own supplies to Sunday Painter workshops. Supplies are not provided to attendees, sorry. Mediums allowed are: OIL PAINT, INK WASH, watercolor, acrylic, gauche, pencils, pens, charcoal. For those of you painting, please bring your own waterproof drop-cloth.

There is no charge for attending this Sunday Painter workshop. Donations are appreciated and help us continue to put on these events.

Music will be provided for by Sunday Painter. (Please do not bring your own music or headphones.)

As with all of our Sunday Painter events, there is NO pressure, NO competition and NO instruction or lecture. These art workshops are put on purely for the fun of making art individually, but together in a group setting.

Contrabassoon Image by: CC BY-SA 3.0,