“And all meet in singing, which braids together the different knowings into a wide and subtle music, the music of living.” ~Alison Croggon
Yesterday’s blog mentioned the terrible wildfires and draught that have taken a toll on places in Colorado. Despite the climatic conditions, the Richard Schmid Art Auction in Larimer County will go on in September. Supporting the auction will help the victims of the wildfires.
In Steamboat Springs,Colorado things couldn’t be better this summer for attracting outstanding artists to help celebrate a very special 25th year of the Strings Music Festival. “Strings” has grown from its home in a tent to one of the most beautiful pavilions for performance art in the State of Colorado. Each summer, it attracts top, quality talent and learning opportunities for children through their musical programming.
So much has been accomplished in the first twenty-five years of “Strings” existance. Strong leadership and vision has helped this organization grow to include outreach events, the ever popular “Home and Garden Tour” and publishing their own line of beautiful cookbooks! There is much to celebrate.
This silver anniversary of the music festival will bring artist Chris Botti back to Steamboat, along with k.d.lang and The Siss Boom Bang and country music star Lee Ann Womack. That is only the start of the line-up.
On Tuesday evening, I ushered at the pavilion, and took in a fantastic master juggling act by the Gizmo Guys http://bit.ly/3qONHA that wowed the children and the adults in the audience.
The classical music events for the summer along with “different tempo” performances brings to the stage more outstanding entertainment. To view the scheduling for the entire summer and to purchase tickets, please visit this link to the Strings Music Festival website www.stringsmusicfestival.com.
It’s going to be a fantastic summer in Steamboat, I can already feel it!
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