GREAT FALLS — If you’re looking for something to do with your special someone this weekend, you could go to the live symphony performance at the Mansfield Theater in Great Falls.
The concert is called “Heart Strings” and will be the Great Falls Symphony’s first live concert since October 2020.
There will be two performances of the concert on Saturday, the first at 3 p.m. and the second at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are free, but seating is limited to maintain social distancing. Masks will also be required, including for people who have received the COVID vaccine.
“We feel confident that we can do this in a safe manner,” said Great Falls Symphony Music Director Grant Harville. “We feel like it’s something that’s going to be really important for us, for our community, for our musicians, to be able to play for real humans again. It’s a different mindset. The recordings have been great, they’ve been fun, it’s been a different kind of challenge but you get so much energy from that audience experience.”
If you can’t go to the concert but would still like to see it, it will be streamed online (free) on February 21: