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BFO: The Princess Bride
in Concert

June 17, 2023 @ 8:00 pm

TICKETS: Premium Reserved $40 | Standard Reserved $25 | Lawn $20 | Children & Students Lawn (with valid student ID) $10
GATES OPEN: @ 5:45 Early Entry | 6:00 General Public
ALCOHOL: Patrons will be permitted to bring in outside alcohol for this performance
FOOD: Food is available for purchase from West Coast Events and Got Balls food truck. For more information and venues, click here.


The Princess Bride

Experience one of the most beloved films of all time as never before… with the power of a full symphony orchestra performing the entire musical score live-to-picture!

As you wish…”

Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles… Experience one of the most beloved films of all time as never before… with the power of a full symphony orchestra performing the entire musical score live-to-picture!

Directed by Rob Reiner, The Princess Bride features an all-star cast including Robin Wright, Cary Elwes, Wallace Shawn, Mandy Patinkin, Chris Sarandon, Billy Crystal, Carol Kane, Christopher Guest, Fred Savage and André the Giant.

The great Peter Falk narrates this romantic tale of the beautiful maiden, Buttercup, and her one true love, a young farm hand named Westley.  After he’s captured by a ruthless pirate and presumed dead, Buttercup’s unhappy marriage to the horrible Prince Humperdinck seems inevitable.  But before the wedding can take place, she’s kidnapped by three outlaws and it’s up to a mysterious Man in Black to come to her rescue…

Now for the first time, composer Mark Knopfler’s unforgettable score has been specially arranged for symphony orchestra.  Missing this cinematic concert experience would be inconceivable!

So, in the words of Miracle Max… “Have fun stormin’ the castle!”

Film contains dialogue which may be inappropriate for younger viewers.
Performance runs 2 hours with intermission.


Conductor: Norman Huynh

Norman HuynhAmerican conductor Norman Huynh has attracted significant acclaim not just for his natural musicality and technical command, but for his dynamic presence, creative programming, and highly sought after abilities in connecting with new audiences. The Music Director of the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra since 2020, Huynh regularly appears with distinguished orchestras and ensembles across North America, Europe, and Asia. His past and future guest appearances include engagements with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Rochester Symphony Orchestra, Mobile Symphony Orchestra, Oregon Symphony, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfónica del Vallés (Spain), and the Princess Galyani Vadhana Youth Orchestra of Thailand. He also previously served as the Associate Conductor of the Oregon Symphony and Assistant Conductor of the Portland (Maine) Symphony Orchestra

With a range of repertoire from the Baroque to the contemporary, Huynh’s prowess as an insightful collaborative conductor includes concerts conducting not only renowned, multi-award-winning stars throughout the world of classical music, but throughout the genres of R&B, hip-hop, and pop, as well. These include violinists Itzhak Perlman and Augustin Hadelich; bassist Edgar Meyer; guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas; composers Kevin Puts, Andy Akiho, and Phillip Glass; singer/songwriters Smokey Robinson and Gladys Knight; rappers, musicians, and actors Wyclef Jean and Nas; indie and folk artist Gregory Alan Isakov; and pop groups such as Pink Martini and Boyz II Men. In addition, Huynh has received considerable acclaim for his work conducting orchestral performances of live film soundtracks, ranging from An American in Paris to Harry Potter films.  

A proud first generation Asian-American, Huynh’s passion for engaging new audiences reflects his own entry point to classical music as a 12-year-old “band geek” trombonist in Alabama. The euphonium player turned maestro continues to find passion in exploring new ways to create these same entry points for others.

Norman Huynh resides in Bozeman, Montana, where he enjoys stargazing, board games, and riding his motorcycle.




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