Chinook Winds

Sunday, November 17,
at 3 pm, Swan Valley School

 Additional information about this performance can be
found on the
2 Valleys Stage

This past spring, AAI once again organized the Loon & Fish Festival.


Design by Brandy Wyckoff   

To learn more visit the
Loon and Fish Festival

AAI Information

AAI is grateful to everyone who comes out and supports our local artists.

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Donations to AAI support the following programs: Scholarship Fund; Tour of the Arts; Open Book Club; Community Cinema and 2 Valleys Stage. Please contact us if you would like to donate to a specific program.

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Alpine Artisans, Inc.
P.O. Box 841
Seeley Lake, MT 59868
(406) 754-0034
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Contact 2 Valleys Stage

Kirsten McGlynn
2 Valleys Stage Program Director
P.O. Box 841
Seeley Lake, MT 59868


It was a great weekend for the

We hope you enjoyed it!
The tour featured six studios, two historical museums and
over 25 artists demonstrating and showing their work up the Seeley Swan and Blackfoot Valleys.

To learn more visit the
Tour of the Arts page.


If you're a painter consider these opportunities.

Uncorked and Creative events take place
several times throughout the year.


or considerA two day workshop event
which often takes place
twice a year.



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Alpine Artisan's

Performing Arts Series

In addition to the fine artwork created by our members, Alpine Artisans is proud of its performing arts program, 2 Valleys Stage. This outstanding series brings music, drama, and dance professionals from all around the country right to our very front door. 

Upcoming 2019-2020 Performances
(Read the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article about these events)

Chinook Winds  
Nov. 17, 3 p.m., Swan Valley School
Last here in our 2014-15 season.

Great Falls based woodwind quintet, Chinook Winds, are committed and talented educators who strive to inspire the next generation of musicians and music-lovers. Present in all of their performances is a passion for music, and an enthusiastic approach to sharing that music with diverse audiences. It’s the passion that draws you in... you won’t want to miss a note!


Tanya Gabrielian
Jan. 5, 2020, 3 p.m., Seeley-Swan High School Auditorium

Hailed by the London Times as "a pianist of powerful physical and imaginative muscle," Tanya Gabrielian has captivated audiences worldwide with her gripping performances. Tanya is passionate about inspiring new generations of musicians and music lovers in diverse settings, dedicated to community engagement, education, activism through art.

Scott Kirby
March 8, 2020, 3 p.m., Swan Valley School

Scott Kirby is a composer, a pianist and a visual artist. His multi-media stage performance features
live piano music, a spoken narrative, and a video presentation, and original artwork created by Kirby.
Perhaps the most thrilling part of Kirby’s presentation is that his program will be centered around our very own Seeley-Swan Valley. You won’t want to miss this unique presentation!


April 28, 2020, 7 p.m., Seeley-Swan High School Auditorium

This live electric strings and beatbox quartet is "a little bit Classical, a little bit Rock and Roll, and
a whole lot entertaining.” Stringfever is made up of three brothers and a cousin who hail from the
United Kingdom. Their programs classy musicianship, comedy timing and a contemporary sound. Get ready for a fast-paced and energetic performance!


Ticket Information

2019 - 2020 Season Tickets ($45 for seniors and $50 adults) are available on the  2 Valley Stage Tickets page using Paypal/credit card or by filling out an order form on the 2 Valleys Stage "Tickets" page.

For more information contact Samantha Arroyo (406) 677-7975


Recent 2019-2020 Performances have included

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks
August 1, 6-8 p.m. at the Double Arrow Lodge Grounds:
The annual summer night event of Shakespeare theater where MSIP presents, “The Merry Wives of Windsor.”

Duels, deceit, and attempted seduction were all a part of this comedy featuring the beloved Sir John Falstaff. He tried to fool two clever women and had the tables turned on him instead. Merry Wives of Windsor brought a night of laughs to Seeley Lake.



Repertory Dance Theatre 
Oct. 13, 3 p.m., Seeley-Swan High School
Making their first visit back to Seeley Lake since 2013,

Salt Lake City’s Repertory Dance Theater is the nation’s oldest and most successful repertory  dance company. Unlike conventional modern dance organizations, they present you with a diverse range of modern dance styles and choreographers paired together in dynamic and unexpected performances. Their performances are filled with grace and athleticism, beauty and power.

The 2018 - 2019 Season included

 2VS 2018-2019 Season Poster

August 23rd - Montana Shakespeare in the Parks


The story of a highly esteemed general in the Venetian army, whose life and marriage are ruined by a deceitful soldier Iago. Love, jealousy, racial prejudice and rage make this story eternally contemporary.



September 23rd - Rebecca Folsom

A singer and songwriter whose music is about liberation. Her songs crack open hearts, inspire hope and leave listeners with a deeper perspective. 

Her work has been described as music that will “knock-you-to-your-knees,” and has also been described as “shining...with lush harmonies.”

Read the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article about this event.


October 21st - Awea Duo


This duo featured music for the flute and saxophone, a unique instrumental combination. Selections included pieces specifically arranged by saxophonist, Mas Sugihara as well as several pieces specifically commisioned for the group.

View the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article about this performance.

January 13th - UM Jazz Ensembles - Boyd A and Boyd B

Two student ensembles delighted the audience with jazz pieces, many of which they had to arrange themselves. The student performers also spent time in our local schools sharing their knowledge and love of jazz.

Read the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article which provides additional informaiton about the two ensembles and the UM professor, now Seeley Lake resident, Lance Boyd who helped shape what the UM Jazz program has become.


March - Men of Worth

Two talented musicians who played delightful folk music from Ireland and Scotland and a whole lot of humor thrown in for good measure.

Read the Seeley Swan Pathfinder about the performance - here.


April 14th - Gamelan Manik Harum

Gamelan Manik Harum is a community gamelan based out of Missoula, who welcome all who wish to dedicate themselves to practice regularly, play and perform Balinese Gamelan angklung music together. Gamelan angklung is a traditional Balinese ensemble with mostly bronze metallophone instruments comprising a percussion orchestra, as well as accompanying dancers.





2 Valleys Stage would like to thank the following Corporate Grantors for their generous support:


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