A very special evening of music is in store for the Helena Symphony audience Saturday, Oct 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Helena Civic Center, when the symphony orchestra and chorale perform their concert The Sacred & The Seductive.

It will feature a guest appearance by this year’s composer-in-residence, Kile Smith, who is commissioned to write two new works for the symphony’s 60th anniversary season.

The orchestra and chorale, along with guest baritone Ron Loyd, will perform Smith’s “Psalm 46,” which he wrote a decade ago.

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