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Keystone ushers in jazz, classical and Broadway music

SAMANTHA STANDRING
special to the daily

Keystone continues to present musical entertainment with its Free Music in the Mountains Series.

This Sunday features the Lake Dillon Theatre Summer Repertory in the “Morning of Jazz Melodies.” They will be singing some of their (and your) favorites from Broadway, jazz and the classics, accompanied by live piano music.

Lake Dillon Theatre Artistic Director Chris Alleman said there “should be a lot of familiar music for the audience.”

The Repertory, a summer only annex of the Lake Dillon Theatre Company, comprises 14 members, six of which will be singing on Sunday. This will be the fifth season of the Summer Repertory.

The National Repertory Orchestra (NRO) Ensemble will present “Brass in the Plaza” on July 26. The performance will feature a chamber ensemble playing classical music. The NRO’s performances are known for the unique inclusion of the audience in the programming, including the celebrated work of Maestro Carl Topilow, who has been with the orchestra for 31 years.

It will be possible to hear “A Morning of Jazz Melodies” and “Brass in the Plaza” from all of the local shops and cafes, due to the large and open venue. People are encouraged to enjoy the entertainment from wherever they wish. However, admission to the events is free for those who want to take in the concert experience in the plaza. The “River Run Art Walk,” presented by the Lake Dillon Arts Center will also be taking place on both Sundays.


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