The first musical act on this year's Cherry Days schedule is Shinyribs. This nine-member group out of Austin (Texas, that is) performs at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 30, at The Paradise Theatre in downtown Paonia.
The Valley Symphony Association (VSA) invites the entire region to come together to celebrate conductor Mike Kern's 25 years with the volunteer organization. The concert, "'Tis the Season for Romance," will feature music of the Romantic Period that, 150 years later, showcases timeless songs, soaring melodies, and rich harmonies performed by virtuoso instrumentalists.
Seventh and eighth grade band members Izzi Houseweart (flute), Addi Neal (clarinet) and Tia Moore (percussion) were selected to participate in the CBA Western Slope Select Band.
High schoolers Katie Powers (flute) and Tristen Allen (percussion) were also named to the CBA Western Slope Select Band.
One of Surface Creek Valley's notable lifestyle enhancements took place last Saturday in Cedaredge Town Park.
The 10th annual Pops in the Park concert by the Valley Symphony Orchestra and Chorus brought a large number of people with chairs, coolers filled with snacks, and their umbrellas for an evening of symphonic music and song.
David and Tamara Hauze have performed together for 20 years, celebrating the joy of music and life.
They book performances all 12 months of the year, playing for weddings, annual meetings, festivals, fundraisers and musical events. They're generally busy Thursdays through Sundays.
On Monday nights from 7:00 to 8:30 a group of people that likes playing music for the enjoyment and fun of playing gather in the sanctuary of Cedaredge Assembly of God. Their likeminded conductor is Grady Weiszbrod.
Some Monday evenings different members can't attend, but those who can are there with their instruments and enthusiasm.
Music audiences in this area have a new entertainment option to enjoy, a real "Class Act." The group offers a wide range of classic songs to enjoy; a performance style that is at once both engaging and relaxing; and a catalog of numbers presented with a true love of the music they play.
The promise of an evening of great music and memories drew an appreciative audience of local music lovers to the AppleShed on Jan. 6 to hear Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member John Oates in concert.
People began arriving early to enjoy a dinner at the AppleShed deli before the performance, and others enjoyed the AppleShed's made-on-site beverages as they browsed the stylish art and gift gallery.
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