Alpenglow returns to Summit |

Alpenglow returns to Summit

For 14 years the Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival has provided an extraordinary musical experience for Summit County residents and visitors.

This year the festival dates are Sept. 11-16.

Long-time participating musicians Rieko Aizawa and Jesse Mills are returning as co-artistic directors this year. They have invited three additional musicians to join them in making beautiful music for our audiences.

Public concerts will be at the Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church in Dillon at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 and Sept. 16. Admission is $ 20 for adults, no charge for students and children. Additionally, soirees in private homes on Sept. 11 and Sept. 15 will provide the intimate setting in which this music is meant to be played.

A goal of the festival is to acquaint young people with chamber music technique and performance. Accordingly, students are invited to the public concerts free of charge and the festival musicians coordinate with high school music classes to provide a workshop during festival week.

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