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Chamber music at noon

Mika Inouye, artistic director of the Durango Chamber Music Festival, has conjured up another series of surprising noontime recitals. The 2023 festival runs every day next week, June 5 to 9,...

Live, laugh and sing, but don’t say goodbye

Last Sunday, the Durango Choral Society celebrated another successful year with a festive party. Simply titled, “Live, Laugh, Love: Cabaret,” the dinner, drinks, schmoozing and musical potpo...

Performing arts in bloom

Durango’s persistent shortage of social and performing arts venues is changing. Tonight (May 12), Durango’s finest mid-sized performance venue will host another memorable recital and a new v...

A historic musical merger

After more than two decades of organizing, and sponsoring a multitude of concerts and festivals, searching out, cajoling, persuading and convincing top-notch musicians to participate, and cr...

Sweden comes to Mesa Verde– again

“What about repatriation?” Mats Carlsson-Lénart asked the question last week in the middle of an interview with me for the Swedish Broadcasting Co., the American equivalent of NPR, National ...

Bach Festival, 16 and counting

Starting Sunday and all next week, Third Avenue Arts will celebrate the 338th birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach. It’s the 16th annual collection of recitals and concerts organized by Four Co...

Marie Curie’s year

We just passed the 155th anniversary of Marie Curie’s birth. She was born Nov. 7, 1867, in Warsaw, Poland. She was the first woman scientist to win a Nobel Prize – 1903 in physics and in 191...

Sonata, serenade, tango

Flute and harp recital tonight

It’s a wrap on Durango PlayFest 2022

PlayFest 2022 has concluded a successful fourth season. Total attendance for the seven readings totaled 663, according to official records. The new venue, a large, white tent at Fort Lewis C...

A wagonload of music

A snazzy, green-and-white traveling performance wagon will launch Music in the Mountains’ 36th season Thursday. At 11 a.m. in Boyle Park, Mancos, the wagon will unfold and reveal the festiva...

A senior recital to remember

On June 2, violinist Casey Reed walked into Roshong Recital Hall at Fort Lewis College, thanked the audience for coming and launched into a brilliant, 100-minute program. Music lovers would ...

Recital series winds down

On May 20, the 14th Unitarian Universalist Recital Series came to a stellar conclusion when three Fort Lewis College faculty members joined founder and pianist Marilyn Garst for a program of...