National Repertory Orchestra celebrates end of season in Breckenridge
If you go
What: “Musicology and Mixology: Intriguing Topics and Drinks,” the National Repertory Orchestra end-of-season party
Where: Allaire Timbers Inn, 9511 Highway 9, Breckenridge
When: 6 p.m. Saturday
Cost: $60 per person
More information: Visit http://www.nromusic.com
On Saturday, the National Repertory Orchestra is throwing an end-of-season party at Allaire Timbers Inn in Breckenridge. The event, titled “Musicology and Mixology: Intriguing Topics and Drinks,” will include heavy appetizers, beverages and a special presentation by Douglas Adams, CEO of the NRO.
Adams will be presenting an irreverent take on the “Love Lives of Famous Composers.” The night features drinks, mingling and entertainment for the 21 and older crowd. Grab a cocktail and enjoy smartly presented programming and culinary experiences from several Breckenridge restaurants.
The Breckenridge Brewery and Breckenridge Distillery will provide drinks. Award-winning Breckenridge Distillery liquid chef Billie Keithley will serve two signature cocktails titled Eighth Note Elixir and Bourbon Bariton up.
“We will have a ‘Taste of Breckenridge’ with plenty of food served up by some of Breckenridge’s great restaurants,” said Julie Chandler, marketing and development director for the National Repertory Orchestra.
Satisfy your taste buds with sophistication, creativity and inspiration from some amazing local Breckenridge restaurants, including Oscar’s of Breckenridge, The Gold Pan restaurant, Modis restaurant and the Warming Hut. The participating restaurants will be serving up some of your favorite items and new fall menu offerings.
Tickets are $60 per person and are now available for purchase through the National Repertory Orchestra by calling (970) 453-5825 or visiting http://www.nromusic.com.
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