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NRO introduces winter music

LESLIE BREFELDSummit Daily News

Keve Wilson

BRECKENRIDGE Keve Wilson, wife of the National Repertory Orchestra executive director Kerry Farrell, has been practicing her oboe in preparation for Saturday nights Russian Romance & Smoldering Tangos concert, the first in a new winter series of events put on by the NRO. She has also been busy with the planning as the person in charge of the new events which are being put forth in an effort to keep music in peoples minds during the festivals off-season.Wilson, a freelance musician who travels with the Absolut Ensemble among others, will play with renowned pianist Robert Thies on Saturday in an intimate house concert that is right up her alley. I went to Argentina a few years ago and fell in love with the tango, she said.Wilson brings her other interests to the winter events. A veteran of the Broadway pit, she is planning a Broadway Night on March 28 featuring Doug Webster and Danyelle Bossardet. Webster played the lead in Les Miserable and Bossardet played Belle in Beauty and the Beast in the New York productions.Find out more about the National Repertory Orchestra and get its schedule at http://www.nromusic.com.

Russian Romance & Smoldering Tangos! is Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at a private residence in Breckenridge. Tickets are $50. Broadway Night is March 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Beaver Run Resort. Tickets are $35 general admission or $10 for ages 5-15. Call (970) 453-5825 for tickets to either events.