It’s still music, still mountains

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It’s still music, still mountains

Festival takes a break from classical with 2 special events
A.J. Croce will play the first of two special Music in the Mountains concerts tonight at Durango Mountain Resort. He’s currently working on a yearlong recording session, “Twelve Tales.”
Banjo virtuoso Alison Brown and her quartet will play a special event Saturday night for Music in the Mountains at Durango Mountain Resort.
Music in the Mountains

Tickets available by phone at 385-6820, online at www.musicinthemountains.com or at 1063 Main Ave.
Today: A.J. Croce (special event), 7 p.m., $39/$49, Durango Mountain Resort, www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIV9QSfmDbc.
Today: Conservatory Gala, Conservatory Orchestra and soloists, 7:30 p.m., $10-$20, Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.
Saturday: Alison Brown Quartet (special event), 7 p.m., $39/$49, Durango Mountain Resort.
Sunday: “Dramatic Passage,” Festival Orchestra with David Korevaar, piano. Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor; Gershwin’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, 5:30 p.m., $20-$54, Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.

It’s still music, still mountains

A.J. Croce will play the first of two special Music in the Mountains concerts tonight at Durango Mountain Resort. He’s currently working on a yearlong recording session, “Twelve Tales.”
Banjo virtuoso Alison Brown and her quartet will play a special event Saturday night for Music in the Mountains at Durango Mountain Resort.
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