Judith Reynolds

Position: Special to the Herald

Email: judithlreynolds@yahoo.com

Concerts help get through the shoulder season

The winter-spring classical music season is off to a fine conclusion.April 28-29 saw two concerts on solo instruments. Clarinetist Michael Bocim gave his senior recital on Thursday. It capped a...

DATE: May 9, 2011 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

See Long’s ‘Roots’ show at Durango Arts Center

This month, blunt black roots line the staircase to the Durango Arts Center library. If you don’t know they are there, you could miss them Just inside the door, an airy screen of 56 spidery roots...

DATE: April 11, 2011 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

If it’s Bach, spring can’t be far behind

Clear your calendar. The fourth annual Durango Bach Festival starts next Sunday (March 14) and runs through March 19. C. Scott Hagler, organmaster, minister of music at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church,...

DATE: March 7, 2011 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

‘Nixon’ a timely choice for opera simulcast

Three weeks ago, China’s President Hu Jintao dined at the White House. No decent reporter could avoid remembering Nixon’s historic trip to China in 1972.Almost 40 years ago, Nixon shocked the world...

DATE: Feb. 7, 2011 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

Two art exhibits for the price of one at the DAC

Cold or comfortable. Angry, edgy or beautiful. The two exhibits running simultaneously at the Durango Arts Center this month provide an invigorating contrast.DAC has been getting a lot of press...

DATE: Jan. 10, 2011 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

So much music, so little time

So many people at so many winter events shake their heads about the choices we have in our little burg. Who would have thought?Another big musical weekend has concluded, and there’s more to...

DATE: Dec. 13, 2010 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

Music to beguile emotions on an autumn night

In the crush of fall concerts, one recital this coming Friday stands out. Mezzo-soprano Nan Nelson Wagner returns from Portland, Ore., to offer an evening of beguiling music in the sparkling...

DATE: Nov. 8, 2010 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

Hunter-gatherers get together for FLC lecture series

I have never thought of myself as a midsized bipedal hominid. But last Friday at a free Fort Lewis College lecture, everyone in the audience fit that classification.We also learned that in the...

DATE: Sept. 13, 2010 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

Childhood home lives up to expectations

When Pip returns to London after an 11-year absence, memories flood over him. Street corners bring back sights andscenes from his past. Voices from childhood spill over him. The most ordinary...

DATE: July 12, 2010 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

Pennington & Co. live up to surprises

How many musicians does it take to play Michael Udow's "Shake, Scrape, Rub and Strike"? The answer is four, silly,because the work is written for a quartet. I'm being facetious, of course, because...

DATE: June 8, 2010 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

Sculpture is satire that sticks

When a work of art sticks in your mind, it's telling you something.“Betty," a mock skeleton constructed out of Barbie doll parts, is stuck in my mind.Created by Fort Lewis College art major Chrissy...

DATE: May 11, 2010 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

Happy anniversary, Artie Shaw

The end of the semester may be hard on students. But for people who like to see or hear the fruits of student labor,this is the best time of year.I've been going to a rash of student recitals at...

DATE: April 13, 2010 | COLUMN: Culture Gulch

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