Santana – with his copy of G. Brown’s book – Red Rocks – The Concert Years

Come and meet the COMBO Board and other musicians as we tour the Colorado Music Hall of Fame at the Red Rocks Park on Sunday, July 23rd. We’ll meet at 2:00 p.m. and will view the exhibits of the famed Colorado musicians who have made our music scene one of the greatest in the world such as Glenn Miller, John Denver, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and so many more! Enjoy at your own pace and spend extra time checking out your favorites. Afterwards we’ll enjoy some sweet summer treats and discuss our thoughts and impressions!

What: Tour of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame
Where: 11111 Red Rocks Road, Morrison, CO
When: Sunday, July 23rd
Time: 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. with time for refreshments afterwards
Cost: Free!

The Hall of Fame is in the beautiful historical Pueblo-style building that formerly housed the gift shop at the park. This is NOT in the new Visitor’s Center! Parking is available.

“Red Rocks: The Concert Years,” published by the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, presents a comprehensive history of America’s most important outdoor venue. Legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist Carlos Santana, who wrote the foreword, met up with CMHOF director and author G. Brown at Santana’s recent concert at Red Rocks. http://amzn.to/2tKLbG1

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The Colorado Music Festival Continues Its 2017 Season

Founded in 1976, the Colorado Music Festival (CMF) presents a summer season of classical music concerts performed by professional musicians from around the world at the historic Chautauqua Auditorium in Boulder. Emerging talent from Europe, Asia, South America and the U.S. join CMF musicians in performances that inspire and engage concertgoers of all ages. Under the skilled baton of Music Director Jean-Marie Zeitouni, the CMF thrills audiences of more than 20,000 each season with programming that embraces the most beloved classical music repertoire, while integrating world music and the works of exciting modern composers.

In October of 2009 the Colorado Music Festival merged with Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts, an organization founded in 1995, fulfilling the vision of Music for all… for life!™ by providing quality, creative music-making experiences for people of all ages, abilities, cultural backgrounds, and financial circumstances. In 2013 the new name, Colorado Music Festival & Center for Musical Arts (CMF & CMA) was chosen. The Center for Musical Arts serves between 600-700 students weekly, ages six months through 80 years, through a variety of programs, and has a highly-skilled faculty of 40 professional teaching artists. In addition to educational offerings, hundreds of community audience members are served annually through a number of guest artist and faculty performances. The CMA’s Heartstrings Program of need-based tuition assistance and a 200-piece “bank” of string and wind instruments for area school children assure that no one is turned away.

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