Limited tickets available. Call or stop by the Myrna Loy Box Office!
All CD and poster sales benefit Helena Food Share. Food donations welcome at the door.
Celebrated solo pianist George Winston returns to the Myrna Loy for a concert inspired by the seasons and topographies of Winston’s favorite landscapes. He’ll perform tunes from his 2017 album, Spring Carousel and his 13 previous solo albums.
George Winston grew up mainly in Montana, and also spent his later formative years in Mississippi and Florida. He was deeply influenced by instrumental rock and R&B artists like Floyd Cramer, the Ventures, Booker T & The MG’s, and Jimmy Smith. He started playing organ in 1967, inspired by R&B, jazz, Blues and rock (especially the Doors).
In 1971 he switched to acoustic piano after hearing 1920s and 30s recordings by legendary stride pianists Thomas “Fats” Waller and Teddy Wilson. At that time he started developing his own style of melodic instrumental music on solo piano, called folk piano.
Today, George Winston mainly tours and performs live concerts, raising money for food banks and service organizations in every community he visits. His Spring Carousel album is also a benefit for cancer research.
The best romantic sports comedy film ever! Help launch the Helena Brewers’ last summer with a street party, art, food, beer/wine—and share the fun at the ‘church of baseball.’
In full force and hard to describe: Modern speakeasy, saloon jazz, parlor pop … A summer cocktail of vintage sounds, a fiercely original groove, and three parts raw energy. And 2018 is the year they explode onto the national scene like a crate of fireworks in the back of a pickup driven by a haphazard cigar smoker.
One of the most innovative bluegrass duos on the planet, in an intimate ‘house concert’ in the Screening Room! John Lowell and Ben Winship serve up traditional bluegrass ballads and tunes from the Appalachian hills and the Western plains. World performers, bringin’ it on home.
The Coen Brothers’ classic comedy crime caper abides as one of summer’s finest traditions: Costume contest, street party, lawn bowling, L&C Brewing Co’s “Dude Brew” beer. New this year: White Russians made with sake—and fresh cream, please.
Scotland’s hottest young Céilidh band, quickly making a massive impact on the Celtic folk scene, launches their first US tour at the MT Folk Festival, then here at the Myrna Loy. Céilidhs are Celtic social gatherings that highlight lively music, poetry, storytelling, and dance. Sounds like a great Montana tradition.
With a new cinematic album Liberty, Mexican-Canadian crossover chanteuse Lindi Ortega takes you to unexpected places—landcapes of love, loss, and a wild palomino. She steps off the Red Ants Pants mainstage and into the Myrna Loy for a nuanced, irreverent spin through the jukebox of her imagination.
Helena’s unrepeatable bossa nova Americana duo returns home after an epic career rise (NPR Mountain Stage, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Sundance).
Hatt’s distinctive guitar work fuels Glass’s “impeccable vocal command” (PopMatters).
Together they are “subtly poignant, elegantly funky, and haunting without trying to be” (Nels Cline, Wilco).
7-Time IBMA Bass Player of the Year leads an innovative, genre-bending trio in a seductive amalgam of folk, country, bluegrass, and rock. Missy’s brand-new album “Royal Traveler,” produced by Alison Brown, highlights women in the bluegrass world (Molly Tuttle, Sierra Hull, Amy Ray, Becky Buller, & more). From the Grand Targhee to the Myrna Loy!
Introducing standup comedy at the Myrna Loy! Winner of Seattle International Comedy Competition and Atlanta’s Laughing Skull Comedy Fest, Gabriel has appeared on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham,” Nickelodeon’s “Nickmom Night Out,” the nationally syndicated Comedy.TV and “Comics Unleashed.” He’s a frequent guest on the Bob and Tom radio show, heard in over 150 cities. His 3 albums can be heard on Sirius Satellite Radio and 24/7 Comedy Radio, and he is author of the book Happiness Isn’t Funny.
The Northwest’s Hottest Pink Floyd Tribute Band rocks the end of summer. The 10 members of Pinky are all pros working genres across the board—Hip Hop, Jazz, Country, Salsa, Funk, Rock, Blues, Americana & Vintage Swing—to produce a sound as big and rich as the Big Sky Country.
Cohesion Dance Project is embarking on an exciting new adventure incorporating a variety of mixed genre art with dance, culminating in an evening-length production entitled Resonance ~ an evening of Art Inspiring Art. With dance and sculpture at its core, this multi-faceted project incorporates original works created by the collaborating artists that are inspired by and in response to one or more of the other art pieces created during the project.
Artists and their contributions include:
Ultimately, the performance of Resonance serves to spark fresh creativity and perpetuate a ripple-effect of art inspiring art.
Tickets for Thursday’s performance are $25 and $18 for students.
Tickets for Friday’s Gala performance are $40 and include wine and desserts, the opportunity to meet the artists, interact with the sculptures on stage, and create art in response to viewing the performance. A live auction will include one-of-a-kind pieces by Resonance artists.
Tri-County Fire Safe Working Group welcomes a pair of lecturers to the Myrna Loy on Tuesday, June 26th. Tickets are FREE and available at the Myrna Loy Box Office. Stop by or call 443-0287 ex. 21
Donations to Food Share will be collected the night of the lecture.