NRO alumni featured in March 12 concert at the Silverthorne Pavilion
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — The National Repertory Orchestra is presenting an evening of music with the CU Boulder chamber musicians, featuring all-star NRO alumni, including Joel Schut, Veronica Pigeon, Grace Browning and Kahyee Lee.
The concert is Saturday, March 12 at the Silverthorne Pavilion, with desert served at 7 p.m. followed by the concert. Tickets are $25 ($5 for students 18 and younger).
SUMMIT COUNTY — Yamn, formerly of Breckenridge, brought in the New Year at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge. The Denver-based group plays “progressive-trance-fusion”, and tours the country. The show opened with the Shook Twins from Portland, Oregon, who also joined Yamn on the stage later in the show.
SUMMIT COUNTY — The blue sky and puffy white clouds over Frisco matched the checkered tablecloths at the Frisco Oktoberfest perfectly. It’s so classic, there’s even a German saying for it: Der Bayerische Bierhimmel, loosely translated as the Bavarian beer sky.
And with a spired beer tent mirroring the shapes of the nearby Tenmile Range, and guests sprawled on the green grass nearby, day one of this year’s local edition of the seasonal beer bash also captured some of the feel of the traditional Bavarian beer gardens, where the scene is somewhat less hectic than at the full-blown version in Munich each year. There was music, leg-wrestling, face-painting, along with plenty of schnitzel, roast pork, sauerkraut, apple strudel. Of course, the beer flowed freely, which is a good thing for the Summit Concert Band, which will benefit from the proceeds.
The fun continues Sunday (Sept. 5) at the Frisco Nordic Center, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
At least we’re all marching in the same direction — more or less …
SUMMIT COUNTY — Tourists and residents stood shoulder to shoulder on Main Street in Frisco to watch a classic small-town Independence Day parade, with horseback riders, classic cars, beauty queens and … belly dancers. Yes, belly dancers. I’m not exactly sure how that meshes into spirit of Independence Day, but let’s just say it all fits under the generous banner of red, white and blue.
It was interesting to see all the different groups that were represented in the parade. As a reporter, I can’t help but remember the events of the past few months that some of the groups were involved with. The Summit County Off-Road Riders, for example, and their efforts to legitimize motorized use at the county’s landfill property.
Our two political parties were out in full force as well, with both touting their candidates for the upcoming primaries and general elections. I scratched my head watching them trying to remember when the Fourth of July became an occasion for partisanship rather than national unity. Continue reading “Fourth of July parade, Frisco, Colorado”→
Campout for the Cause teams up with Realm of Music 2010 to bring groovy tunes, good vibes, yoga and drum circles to Rancho Del Rio, on the Upper Colorado. The two-day event benefits music programs and hands-on disaster relief in Haiti
By Bob Berwyn
SUMMIT COUNTY — Music returns this weekend (July 2-3) to Rancho Del Rio, along the Upper Colorado, as the Realm of Caring Music Festival joins forces with Campout for the Cause to raise money for local music education and for hands-on disaster relief in Haiti.
The lineup for this year’s concert includes Great American Taxi, Shakedown Street, DJ Psychonaut and many more. Organizers say the idea is to include different styles of music that are connected by a philosophy of positive vibrations and a communal feeling. Along with performances by the band, there’s communal yoga, as well as drum circles. Click here for the full lineup and schedule.
A large crowd watched the Outhouse Races on Sunday, June 20, 2010 at Breckenridge Kingdom Days.There were many other events including a blacksmithing demonstration, donkey rides for the kids, and a sled dog demonstration just before the Outhouse Race.