Movies in Motion will dazzle you with dance numbers full of drama as epic as the soundtracks they are set to. PDC Artistic Director Charlene White is joined by guest choreographers Tanya Call, Kris Fife, and Therese Simpson to create a sensational night of dance with Hollywood style.
The nine-member company will be dancing to some of your favorite movie themes and soundtracks including: The Titanic, Grease, The Mission, Black Swan, The Muppet Movie, Amelie, Pirates of the Caribbean and more!
Premiere Dance Company presents Movies in Motion, its 2018 Evening of Dance on April 26th & 27th at the Myrna Loy Center. Both performances are at 7:30 PM. Join us for memorable movie moments brought to life through the power dance!!
Premiere Dance Company (PDC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing young Helena-area dancers with the opportunity to expand their dance training and experience a dance company setting. With funds generated from fundraising and contributors, PDC has been able to provide the Helena community with quality dance performances. PDC annually awards scholarships that have enabled deserving young dance students the opportunity to study with nationally renowned master teachers and in professional dance programs.
Canadian string quartet taking string music to fascinating places by transforming fiddle tunes and folk melodies into intricate, beautiful, high-energy arrangements. They bring four very different musical backgrounds together to shatter expectations in writing, creativity and performance.
Supported by National Endowment for the Arts
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.