August 4 -6, 2010 | Aspen Music Festival on Colorado Public Radio

This week, Colorado Public Radio heads to the Roaring Fork Valley to bring you the sounds of the Aspen Music Festival!  Every year some of the most venerable performers in classical music head to Aspen to play for audiences under the Tent, to teach up and coming student musicians, and to relax in the mountain air.  Monika Vischer will be broadcasting her show from the festival this Wednesdsay, Thursday and Friday. She's also sending web postcards from Aspen - see here for the latest postcard!

 

We top off the week with a live broadcast from the Benedict Music Tent on Friday night at 6pm.

WHAT:          Live Broadcast from the Aspen Music Festival

WHEN:          Friday, August 6th at 6:00 pm.

PROGRAM:     Mozart's Piano Concerto #19, K. 459  ~ pianist Steven Osborne

                    Kevin Puts' Clarinet Concerto ~ clarinetist Bil Jackson

                    Brahms' Variations on a theme by Haydn, op. 56a

The Aspen Chamber Symphony ~ conductor Josep Caballé-Domenech

 

Listen all week long for music recorded at the festival, culminating in a live broadcast on Friday evening!  Colorado Public Radio will be airing the live concert on our  classical music stations at 88.1 FM in Denver, 99.9 FM in Boulder and throughout our state-wide network.

 

There's no way to hear all the wonderful music-making in our state during the summer, but you can hear a lot of it on Colorado Public Radio.  Listen for your chance to win tickets to the Aspen Music Festival this week!  

 

And if you are planning a trip to the mountains, make sure to go see some great music at one of the festivals.  Here are the links to the major classical music festivals in Colorado this summer!

 

 

Strings in the Mountains Music Festival, Steamboat Strings

Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival

Aspen Music Festival

Colorado Music Festival

National Repertory Orchestra in Breckenridge

 

 

See calendar listings of all the summer music festival events on the Classical Calendar!