After serving the Bozeman area for 46 years, a much loved business is re-branding in hopes of being more recognized throughout the state.

The Intermountain Opera Bozeman has been providing music, entertainment, and education for the entire state and are hoping with the new name, they will be more recognized. 

The new name will begin after the April 28th performance of Puccini’s "La Boheme".

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Intermountain Opera Bozeman will soon be re-branded and called Opera Montana.

Not only is Intermountain Opera Bozeman the first opera house in the state but it is also the largest. Re-branding gives hope to the company that they will be recognized as that.

Plans of bringing their excellent shows to more communities throughout the state are in the works with upcoming schedules.


If you are planning a trip to Bozeman to see one of Opera Montana's shows, the organization has worked with local hotels to secure you a discounted price for your stay.

RSVP Motel - 20% off with code "OPERA20" rooms
Sapphire Motel - 15% off with code "MIMI" on their website
Armory Hotel - 25-50% off your stay for Montanans with a $25 dining coupon

You can help Opera Montana continue to grow and bring their talented artists to more communities throughout the state by donating. Opera Montana is a 501©3 non-profit organization. This means all contributions are tax-deductible.



There are many different levels of donors with each level having their own set of perks. Check out their website for more upcoming information and announcements.

cc: Intermountain Opera Bozeman, Opera Montana

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