Boulder Colorado Music Festival Chautauqua

Beginning today, The Colorado Music Festival at Chautauqua in Boulder the 2010 season has begun.

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As an example, the Colorado Music Festival is an event which has become a tradition for many years in the area.

Beginning with this year’s Young People’s Concert-Sing, March & Dance with the Orchestra today, Saturday, June 26 & Monday, June 28. Tickets are just $8.00 according the the Colorado Music Festival website!

There are many more events coming this summer season, and let’s just touch on some of the highlights of the Colorado Music Festival.

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The mission of the Colorado Music Festival is to inspire and connect community members of all ages by providing access to the best of the world’s music through education and performance.

  • Highlights of the festival include
  • Michael Christie, music director
  • Best of Brahms mini-festival
  • World Music
  • Solas (Celtic band)
  • Epic Opera… and much more

Jake Shimabukuro, Ukelele on 6/29/10

Valentina Lisitsa, Piano on 7/15/10

Time for Three on 7/9/10 and 7/10/10

Zoe Keating, Avant-garde Cello , Apex Contemporary Dance 8/3/10

Kyoko Takezawa, Violin: Brahms Violin Concerto – 7/13/10

The festival runs today June 26 through August 6th 2010.

Order your tickets online at the Festival website!

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