July 14, 2013
Add to iCalendar/Outlook
Sunday, July 14, 11:00 AM - Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, Vail
Free Family Concert
National Repertory Orchestra
Carl Topilow, conductor
Bruce Adolphe, guest host
WILLIAMS: Sons and Heroes
MARQUEZ: Conga del Fuego Nuevo
ADOLPHE: selections from Carnival of the Creatures
This concert is fun for the whole family. Pack a picnic, bring a blanket and sit on the lawn, or enjoy the concert from the pavilion. This is a FREE concert and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Gates open at 10 am with an Instrument Petting Zoo.
Sunday, July 14, 4:00 PM - The Lodge and Spa at Cordillera
When Twilight Falls
TRADITIONAL: Agincourt Carol
TRADITIONAL: Babylon has Fallen
DONKIN: In Flanders Fields
BILLINGS: Lamentation over Boston
TRADITIONAL/arr. Hanawalt: Loch Lomond
RUDOI: The Song of Sky and Sea
ADAMS: An Irish Airman Forsees his Death
JOHNSON: Ain’t Got Time to Die
THOMASON-REEDUS: In Paradisum
DVOŘÁK/Arr. Loomer: Goin’ Home
When Twilight Falls considers many of the transitions in our own lives through a mix of sacred, classical and folk music, and features the local premiere of “The Song of Sky and Sea” by Cantus tenor Paul J. Rudoi.
Visit bravovail.org for more information and to purchase tickets.
Bravo! Vail was incorporated in 1987 as a public 501 (c) 3 Colorado non-profit corporation. Since its founding, the Festival's purpose has been to stimulate and foster public interest and appreciation of the performing arts, especially music; to serve the State of Colorado and the Vail Valley community through the presentation and sponsorship of musical concerts, activities, and events of the highest international standards; to promote and assist the economic base of the Vail Valley through presentation of such concerts; and to enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors alike to the Valley.