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Music in the Mountains ready for season 26

Four Corners Broadcasting Business Manager Kristin Dills looks on as Maestro Guillermo Figueroa records a radio spot on June 15 for the 26th annual Music in the Mountains festival. The festival will begin Monday with performances at the Glacier Club and Fort Lewis College.
26th Festival welcomes new members to board

Music in the Mountains recently added six new members to the board of directors for the 26th annual festival season:

Wynn Berven is a retired lieutenant colonel with the U.S. Air Force and a retired financial planner. During his professional career(s) he served on 10 boards, most recently serving as vice president of development for the Durango Choral Society and treasurer of the South Dalton Ranch Homeowners Association.
Paulette Church is the executive director of the Durango Adult Education Center. She currently serves as the treasurer of the Durango Chamber of Commerce, and has served on the boards of Durango Public Library, Southwest Colorado Workforce Board, the Philanthropy Days Steering Committee, Leadership Team for La Plata Children and Youth and Family Master Plan.
Pamela Hasterok is a career journalist and lover of arts, music and culture. She has covered education, economic development and state and national politics as a columnist and editorial writer for newspapers from Palm Beach to Washington, D.C., and is involved locally with Music in the Mountains, Durango Arts Center and Women’s Resource Center.
Mary Ann McCarthy has her own firm and serves Chicago-based clients in the health-care, publishing and legal fields and is looking to expand her business to include Durango clients. She is a member of the Fort Lewis College Professional Associates and volunteers with Music in the Mountains, San Juan Symphony and the Durango Friends of the Arts.
Georgeann Reitz has provided accounting and management for Russian language support services to NASA contractors for the International Space Station and other programs. She is active in a variety of local organizations including the High Notes committee for Music in the Mountains, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, Senior Outdoors and the Dirt Bags Garden Club, and is a supporter of the San Juan Symphony, the Durango Arts Center and the Durango Botanical Society.
Jill Ward formerly served as program coordinator for the Aspen Institute and her work eventually lead her to real estate. For the last 20 years, she has been a partner in an advisory firm offering real-estate expertise to corporations in preparing and implementing long-term strategic planning. She volunteers with The Ranch Homeowners Association board of directors, Mesa Verde National Park, the San Juan Basin Archaeological Society and sings in the Mancos Valley Chorus and Women’s Prerogative. She has served a variety of committee positions and responsibilities with Music in the Mountains.
Terry Bacon will continue as the president of the board through this fiscal year ending Sept. 30. John Anderson will serve as president-elect, and will become president of the board Oct. 1.

This week at Music in the Mountains

Tickets and the full schedule are available at the festival office at 1063 Main Ave., online at www.musicinthemountains.com or by calling 385-6820.
Sunday: “Alpenglow” (special event), 7 p.m., $150, Glacier Club.
Sunday: “String Power” Conservatory concert, 7:30 p.m., $10-$18, Roshong Recital Hall at Fort Lewis College.
Thursday: “Café Music and More,” chamber concert, 7 p.m., $15-$39, Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort.

Music in the Mountains ready for season 26

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Four Corners Broadcasting Business Manager Kristin Dills looks on as Maestro Guillermo Figueroa records a radio spot on June 15 for the 26th annual Music in the Mountains festival. The festival will begin Monday with performances at the Glacier Club and Fort Lewis College.
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