Upcoming Events

Wed, Sep 11, 2024
Amoris Domicilium: A Montana Vespers
Please join Baroque Music Montana and four vocalists on Wednesday, September 11 at 6:30PM at our Messiah Lutheran Church for a program that balances spiritual ecstasy, baroque virtuosity, and emotional intimacy in music intended to delight, comfort, inspire, and restore.
Champagne Reception at 6:30PM, followed by the Recital at 7PM. Post-Concert Reception including wine and hors d’oeuvres at 8:15PM.

Sun, Jan 12, 2025
Beyond Baroque: Fabulous Fanny
Please join Baroque Music Montana for a fab Matinée on Sunday, January 12, 2025 at our Episcopal Church, exploring Fanny Mendelssohn’s musical world in Berlin. Additional repertoire includes works from Beethoven to the hit Opera Composer of the day, Giacomo Meyerbeer.
Champagne Reception at 3:30PM, followed by the Recital at 4PM. Post-Concert Reception including wine and hors d’oeuvres at 5:30PM.



FringeFest.22F52F15.3Music from the Beartooths aims to engage the public in affordable world-class musical offerings, and support local musicians by sponsoring concerts and compensating them reasonably. The primary goals of Music from the Beartooths are to:

  • Develop awareness and promote the Performing Arts.
  • Encourage local artists and young talent by helping them display their artistry and by connecting them with professional performers.
  • Build support for local performing artists.
  • Promote the maximal use of performance facilities, both existing and future.
  • Promote the development of a regional audience by engaging exceptional performers from around the world.

Stay up to date with upcoming events by following the Music From The Beartooth’s Facebook Page

Where did Music from the Beartooths come from?

Music from the Beartooths was made possible through a generous $10,000 donation from a local philanthropist who is passionate about supporting the Arts in Red Lodge. Through the Red Lodge area Community Foundation, the Donor was able to establish a charitable fund to continue to bring these types of events to Red Lodge.

Music From The Beartooths has evolved from an experimental concert series, the Red Lodge FRINGE Festival.

The intent of the reorganization in 2016 was to broaden the scope, and to provide a basis for a more tightly knit integration of the performing arts individuals and organizations throughout the Red Lodge region. The concert and performance series runs from September through May, providing an outlet and channel for all the performing arts—though a greater part of the events may feature music performance.

The Red Lodge FRINGE Festival was founded in 2013 out of a need for an expanded performing arts environment in Red Lodge while we are waiting and hoping for a comprehensive new Performing Arts Center. Several years ago, the Red Lodge Public Schools Foundation examined the current and future performing arts needs and determined that those needs can only be satisfied by a new facility dedicated to the performing arts, shared by the schools and community. Red Lodge has a distinguished history of presenting a rich variety of performance events, and two nationally known performing arts festivals: the Red Lodge Music Festival, and the Red Lodge Festival of Nations. Their history goes back more than fifty years, when the Red Lodge Civic Center was new and provided a fine space for large events. Over the years new demands for performance space have arisen, and at the same time the claims of the schools, which are custodians of the Civic Center, have impacted the civic functions of that space. We aim to broaden the spectrum of performing arts events and to find ways to best utilize the existing performance spaces in the Red Lodge Area.

The General Director is Dr. Gerald Davidson, who has been involved in the The Red Lodge Festival of Nations and the promotion of a new Performing Arts Center. He was one of the leaders of a taskforce who, in 1998 and 1999, explored the possibilities of a Red Lodge Convention and Performing Arts Center. He has also written program notes for the Red Lodge Music Festival.