“Anything goes…”

The Hillside Vineyard Event Center 3924 Bingham Hill Road, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Come listen to the jazz stylings of vocalist Cordelia Tapping, alongside Tyler Wagner, Peter Goggin and Spencer Zweifel, in an afternoon of jazz standards and personal writings. Tyler Wagner, bass Cordelia Tapping, vocalist Spencer Zweifel, pianist Peter Goggin, saxophonist

$10.00 – $30.00

“There’s Something There” with Bruce Adolphe

Innosphere Ventures 320 E Vine Dr Suite 101, Fort Collins, CO, United States

A discussion and musical presentation by Artistic Director Bruce Adolphe. So much music is made from so few notes! Is there an idea there or have we heard this before..or both? Join Bruce Adolphe as he explores what constitutes a musical idea in a variety of time periods and styles, and improvises at the keyboard to examine mysteries and methods of  musical creativity.

$10.00

Concert 5

Grace Church 300 Whedbee Street, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Artists: Alice Ivy-Pemberton, violin Phillip Stevens, viola Käthe Jarka, cello Marija Stroke, piano Program: Sonata for Violin and Piano                                                                                        Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) Alice Ivy-Pemberton, violin   Bach Solo Cello                                                                                                         Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Käthe Jarka, Cello Piano Quartet No. 2 in E-Flat Major, K. 493                                                               Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)

$10.00 – $30.00

Talk 5: The Brain In Search Of Itself

TILT 801 Oval Dr, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Benjamin Ehrlich discusses the life of Santiago Ramon y Cajal who discovered the neuron and transformed our understanding of the human mind. Benjamin Ehrlich is the author of The Brain In Search Of Itself (Farrar, Straus and Girouxs) and The Dreams of Santiago Ramón y Cajal (Oxford University Press). His work has appeared in Scientific American, Lithub, The Gettysburg Review, The Paris Review Daily, Nautilus, and New England Review, where he serves as a Senior Reader.

$10.00

Concert 6

Grace Church 300 Whedbee Street, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Artists: Kelly Hall Tompkins, violin Alice Ivy-Pemberton, violin Matthew Zalkind, cello David Kaplan, piano Marija Stroke, piano Program: Sonata for Violin and Piano, K.378                                                                 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791) Kelly Hall Tompkins, violin Marija Stroke, piano Einstein’s Light (Theme, Light Bending, Harmonic Mind)                               Bruce Adolphe (1955 -     ) Kelly Hall Tompkins, violin Marija Stroke, piano Filter for solo violin  (2001)                                                                              Daniel Bernard Roumain (1970 -     ) Kelly Hall Tompkins, violin Piano Trio No. 2 in E-Flat Major, op. 100                                                         Franz Schubert (1797 – […]

$10.00 – $30.00

Sets of Two

Waterwise Land and Waterscapes Inc. 1930 N. Whitcomb Street, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Two amazing duos combined into one unforgettable concert! Adam & Jon journey through the Irish idiom on fiddle, guitar, and tenor banjo, and have been enchanting listeners on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean for over a decade. Adam & Jon put down musical roots in County Clare, where they lived together, and now make frequent visits. Their connection to their instruments and the transcendent energy in their music is guaranteed to captivate and uplift audiences of all ages. Duo Tourbillon is sure to delight and astound as they take music off the page and onto the stage. From classical to classics to music written in the moment, you are sure to enjoy the energetic variety. This duo is led by Rebecca Moritzky, one of the top harpists of the Denver area, who is known for going beyond what is expected on the harp, including jazz, show-tunes, pop/rock, improvisation, and classical.  About Adam & Jon Adam Agee Adam's fiddle music is sensitive and dynamic, ranging from driving dance tunes to whispering laments. Raised in the mountains of Santa Cruz, California and Boulder, Colorado, Adam first traveled to Ireland in 2004, basing himself in the richly musical town of Ennis. Through […]

$10.00 – $50.00

Helios Piano Trio

Two Trees Farm Address Provided Upon Ticket Purchase, Fort Collins, CO, United States

About Helios Piano Trio The dynamic, world-acclaimed Helios Piano Trio is comprised of University of Wyoming faculty. Known for their rich and diverse backgrounds as performers, they combine to produce probing and passionate interpretations of the great piano trio repertoire. In addition to their mountain west activities, Helios recently presented educational concerts as Ensemble in Residence for the Music For a Great Space series in North Carolina, at the Omaha Conservatory, and was the single United States representative ensemble invited to the International Debussy Centennial Conference in Oviedo, Spain in 2018. Their eclectic performance passes from Mendelssohn to Kats-Chernin, Piazzolla, and Schoenfeld. An evening not to be missed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R54-y8bJ6uc&t=6s Beth Vanderborgh Cellist Beth Vanderborgh maintains a vigorous performing, teaching and recording career. She was top prizewinner of the Washington Society for Arts and Letters Cello Competition, as well as the Baltimore Chamber Awards. The Strad Magazine (London) praised her recent recording of the music of August Nölck as “Lyrical and technically accomplished…eloquent and persuasive”, and the Classical Voice of North Carolina describes her playing as “Impeccable musicianship, rhythmic precision, technical expertise, and expansive, passionate musicianship. Gorgeous music, exquisitely performed, and I do not believe I have overdone the superlatives.” John […]

$10.00 – $50.00

Adult Academy Orchestra Registration Deadline

The last day to register for our Adult Academy Orchestra is September 5th! September 12, 2022 - January 23, 2023 Mondays, 7-8:30PM @ First Presbyterian Church, 531 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524 $125 per semester   Register here

Adult Academy Orchestra Registration Deadline

The last day to register for our Adult Academy Orchestra is September 5th! September 12, 2022 - January 23, 2023 Mondays, 7-8:30PM @ First Presbyterian Church, 531 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524 $125 per semester   Register here

Cello Choir Registration Deadline

The last day to register for Cello Choir is September 7th! September 15, 2022 - January 26th, 2023 Thursdays 7-8:30PM @ Trinity Lutheran Church, 301 E Stuart St, Fort Collins, CO 80523 Tuition: $125 per semester (scholarships available) Register here  

Chamber Music Academy Registration Deadline

The last day to register for our Chamber Music Academy is September 7th! September 14, 2022 - February 1, 2023 Wednesdays, 4:30 - 6:30PM @ Ridgeview Classical School, 1800 S Lemay Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525 Cost: $100 per semester (scholarships available)   Register here  

Mestas-Abbott Latin Jazz Quartet

The Dome at Sunrise Ranch 100 Sunrise Ranch Road, Loveland, CO, United States

About Mestas-Abbott Latin Jazz Quartet The Mestas-Abbott Latin Jazz Quartet plays beautiful and life-affirming songs from some to the most prolific composers of Brazilian jazz: Moreira, Oscar Castro-Neves, Toninho Horta, and others from South America, Cuba and Mexico, like Fattoruso and Manzanero, exploring also styles like bolero, Venezuelan folk and danzón. Jill Fredericksen - drums, percussion Drummer, percussionist - Jill Fredericksen, a Colorado native, holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Denver. She has been an active participant in the Colorado music scene for the past 40 years including shows at the Denver Center for Performing Arts. She’s toured internationally and has been a member of Gamelan Tunas Mekar for 32 years. Kirwan Brown - electric bass Kirwan started playing music (piano) at age 6 and bass at age 12 and began professionally playing at age 15. He attended the University of Miami where he studied music. He released his first album, “Cool Groove” in 1994, which was listed on the Grammy voter ballot in multiple categories. Mike Abbott - acoustic & electric guitar Mike Abbott is currently working at the University of Denver in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences as a jazz guitar […]

$10 – $50

Jâca

Pettine Home Address provided upon ticket purchase, Fort Collins, CO, United States

About Jâca Jâca is a clarinet and guitar duo that combines classical and world music to bring an adventurous, passionate, and completely original musical style to the stage. Jâca breathes new life into the traditional concert experience, ignoring convention and consistently leaving their audiences buzzing. – “At a Jâca concert you’re not just a bystander, you feel a part of it.” – Humans of Chamber Music Stay tuned here for updates regarding inclement weather. Wesley Ferreira Based in Fort Collins, CO, Canadian clarinetist Wesley Ferreira is an acclaimed soloist and orchestral musician. He always brings his infectious positivity, big smile, and way too many reeds to every rehearsal. His Portuguese heritage and interest in Fado music has sparked Portuguese-inspired arrangements and commissions of new music for the duo. Jaxon Williams In addition to being an award-winning Classical guitarist, Los Angeles-based Jaxon Williams is an active performer of Spanish Flamenco guitar, which he learned on a Fulbright in Spain, where he continues to live for part of the year. He also knows more about fingernail care than a certified beautician and can slap on a fake nail in 5 minutes or less.

$10.00 – $50.00

Colorado Cello Quartet

Two Trees Farm Address Provided Upon Ticket Purchase, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Colorado Cello Quartet featuring David Requiro Meta Weiss Alice Yoo Matthew Zalkind     First Prize winner of the 2008 Naumburg International Cello Competition, David Requiro  --- "The recital amounted to an exciting catalog of Requiro's musical gifts.  Chief among these is the beauty of hi string tone, a light-footed but resonant sound that seems to leap from the instrument." - The San Francisco Chronicle   "Magnetic" - Arts Journal.  "Luminous" - Sydney Arts Guide... All terms used to describe award-winning, musical ambassador (American Music Abroad Program) Meta Weiss   Newly appointed to CSU's music faculty and warmly hailed for her sensitive musicianship, and expressive nuance, Alice Yoo, has an extensive performing career with major artists, festivals, and concert halls throughout the country.   Matthew Zalkind --- Praised for "impressive refinement, eloquent phrasing, and singing tone," by The New York Times   These four powerhouse cellists are the Colorado Cello Quartet   Please join them in sonorous exuberance as Off the Hook Arts presents a holiday concert to remember.  Set in the winter wonderland that is Jack and Ginger Graham's Two Trees Horse Farm, this festive concert also allows you to take in their beautiful holiday light display.  Wine and hot drinks […]

$55.00 – $95.00

Chamber Music Mixer 2023

Hillside Vineyard Event Center 3924 Bingham Hill Road, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Come celebrate our 2023 Kick-off in this smashing party of live music. Immerse yourself in the joyful musicianship of our students and others during our second Chamber Music Mixer Gala as we kick off our 2023 season. Prepare to be awed by the musical talent of OtHA Chamber Music Academy students and faculty, along with Classical and Fingerstyle guitarist, Michael Chapdelaine. The event will feature a silent auction with items such as a Ryan Bingham signed guitar and poster, Colorado Symphony Orchestra tickets, Santa Fe Opera tickets, Bravo Vail Season Opening Tickets, and a whole lot more. To preview items, click here. Funds raised during this event go towards supporting our free and low-cost music education programming throughout the year. Semi-formal attire is encouraged. Tickets are $55 before Jan. 25, 2023, and $65 after. About Michael Chapelaine Michael Chapdelaine is the only guitarist ever to win First Prize in the world’s top competitions in both the Classical and Fingerstyle genres; the Guitar Foundation of America International Classical Guitar Competition and the National Fingerstyle Championship at the Walnut Valley Bluegrass Festival at Winfield. From New York’s Lincoln Center to the Cactus Cafe in Austin, from Milano to Bangkok, Chapdelaine continues to […]

‘Soft Opening’ for The Garden Concert Series Featuring Emil Trio

Pavilion at Sunrise Ranch 100 Sunrise Ranch Rd, Loveland, CO, United States

Welcome to OtHA's ‘soft opening’ of the 2023 Garden Concert Series inside the Pavilion at Sunrise Ranch. You can look forward to an afternoon of high-caliber music performance by Emil Trio featuring cellist Joshua Halpern, violinist Nathan Meltzer, and pianist Yannick Rafalimanana, proceeded by a pre-concert wine and food reception. Pre-concert wine reception: 12:30 pm Concert: 1:30-3:30 pm Tickets: $32 for adults, $10 for students (Purchase Tickets Below) “Joshua Halpern approached difficult passages masterfully, with a natural, easy technique and a powerful, projecting tone that left nothing to be desired.” — Westdeutsche Zeitung "Meltzer draws from a hugely cultivated sound, with a sweetness to his tone and gorgeously shaped legato lines. As with his teacher Itzhak Perlman, Meltzer's technique is of the sort that rarely draws attention to itself but enables a full expressive command of whatever he is playing. It is surely only a matter of time before a larger record label snaps him up." — Gramophone About Emil Trio The Emil Trio is comprised of Nathan Meltzer, Yannick Rafalimanana, and Joshua Halpern, and was formed after the three met at the Krzyzowa-Musik Festival in Poland in 2021. An immediate connection was formed there, through a shared enthusiasm, whimsy, […]

$0.50 – $32.00

Garden Concert Series: The Gabriel Mervine Trio featuring Alicia Jo Straka

Dani Grant's Home Address Provided Upon Ticket Purchase, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Jazz great, trumpeter Gabe Mervine, brings the Gabriel Mervine Trio featuring Alicia Jo Straka, to Fort Collins and OtHA opening Garden Concert Series. Playing music from around the globe --- from Jazz to Pop, Polka to Parisienne, and beyond --- with promises of eclectic sounds from musicians of the highest caliber. Please join us as we gather at the lake-front home of Dani Grant for a mellifluous afternoon of music, wine, and great company. Pre-concert wine reception: 12:30 pm Concert: 1:30-3:30 pm Tickets: $32 for adults, $10 for students (Purchase Tickets Below) Stay tuned here for updates regarding inclement weather. About The Gabriel Mervine Trio featuring Alicia Jo Straka Gabriel Mervine At a time in music where history and originality never seem to go hand in hand, Gabriel Mervine takes steps every time he picks up his trumpet to bring these two closer together. With a musical upbringing, Gabriel has deeply rooted himself in the traditions of Jazz and Classical music while at the same time contributing to the modern music scene. He wishes to leave no stone unturned and no genre unexplored because in his mind, all music has the power to make the artist who he/she is. Born […]

$10.00 – $32.00

Corde à vide

Walnut Creek 222 Walnut St, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Off the Hook Arts is pleased to present the adventurous and dynamic duo Corde à vide—baroque violinist Jubal Fulks and harpsichordist Lorna Peters--will present “The Spirit of Improvisation,” a program of sonatas, chaconnes, and preludes featuring the music of Corelli, Purcell, Bertali, Couperin and Biber. Their concert repertoire, which spans over a century of Baroque music, exemplifies the spontaneous, improvisatory character of this period, and will showcase the startling, cosmopolitan harmonic language of the 17th century, the rich complexity of the German baroque, the exhilarating virtuosity and dramatic flair of the Italian writing, and the sumptuous textures unique to the French style. This interactive concert will feature questions from the audience throughout the evening. Please join us as we gather at Walnut Creek on Walnut Street for an evening of music, beverages, and great company. Doors: 6:30 pm Concert: 7-9 pm Tickets: $25 for adults, $10 for students (Purchase Tickets Below) About Corde à vide Committed to mentorship and teaching, Corde à vide has enjoyed residencies at Lawrence Conservatory, Trinity University, University of Northern Colorado, Metropolitan State University, Chico State University, Sacramento State University, and Pomona University. They have given master classes, coached chamber music, and directed student baroque ensembles […]

$10.00 – $25.00

SummerFest 2023: Visions and Decisions Festival Pass

Grace Church 300 Whedbee Street, Fort Collins, CO, United States

This year marks our 11th SummerFest music festival! Our 2023 SummeFest — Visions and Decisions — focuses on the interaction of musical imagination and technique. “You’re almost asleep, but not quite; your mind begins to wander; it drifts not away from your thoughts, but deeper into them; a vision appears in your mind – a dream of musical images, energy, and emotion – it feels like there’s an urgent message in this music that you must decode; the vision is new, yet strangely familiar; it’s yours for the taking. You grab the dream and shake yourself awake. You’ve got it. You hold the music in your mind’s ear while its rhythmic energy resonates in your body. Now you must decide what to do with it. This will take some work, but it’s exhilarating work – scripting invisible events, shaping sounds into expressive patterns, depicting echoes: it’s called composing.” ——from Visions and Decisions: Imagination and Technique in Music Composition, a new book (Buy Here) by Bruce Adolphe All music starts as a musical vision and then the hard work begins. Off the Hook Arts artistic director, Bruce Adolphe will discuss the compositional process and the music at our concerts this summer, as well as his new book on June 23rd. Concerts June 21, 7 PM – Where Thought Touches the […]

$95.00

SummerFest Visions and Decisions: Where Thought Touches the Blood — Dramatic Musical Visions

Grace Church 300 Whedbee Street, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Where Thought Touches the Blood — Dramatic Musical Visions Doors: 6:30 PM Concert: 7 PM Leoš Janàček: Sonata for Violin and Piano Caroline Shaw: In manus tuas Beethoven: Piano Trio Opus 70, No. 2 Featuring:  Kyu-Young Kim, Violin Hailed by the Chicago Tribune for his “flawless musical and technical command,” violinist Kyu-Young Kim is an award-winning soloist and chamber musician. Artistic Director and Principal Violin of The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Kyu-Young Kim is one of the most versatile and accomplished musicians of his generation. His appointment as the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s Artistic Director in January 2016 marks the first time a playing member has been tapped to take the artistic helm of a major American orchestra. Previously, he served as Director of Artistic Planning with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra while continuing to perform in the orchestra. Since assuming his dual role in 2013, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra has named seven new Artistic Partners, opened its new Concert Hall at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts to great critical acclaim, toured throughout the USA and Europe, and won a Grammy Award in 2018 for its disc of Schubert's Death and the Maiden with violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja. Joshua Halpern, Cello Joshua Halpern has appeared […]

$10.00 – $30.00

SummerFest Visions and Decisions: Imagination and Technique in Music Composition

Gwen Hatchette and Mark Goldrich's Home Address Provided Upon Ticket Purchase, Fort Collins

Join author and speaker Teresa Funke for an inside look as she interviews/moderates an intimate conversation with SummerFest artistic director, Bruce Adolphe about his new book, Visions & Decisions: Imagination and Technique in Music Composition. If you enjoy Mozart, Gesualdo, Harold Pinter, Sofia Gubaidulina, Duke Ellington, Alfred Hitchcock, and Janáček, and if you are intrigued by neuroscience and sleep research, and you also order falafel platters for take-out, this is the book for you. The new book, just published in February 2023 by Cambridge University Press, is called Visions and Decisions: Imagination and Technique in Music Composition.  It is focused primarily on composition and improvisation in a wide range of styles past and present, and it also looks at playwriting, film, painting, my piano puzzlers, and even how to order falafel platters to go in the styles of Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, and Brahms. The ideas in it are supported by scientific research, drawing on neuroscience, cognitive psychology, dream and sleep studies, as well as current research into creative processes. People referenced in the book include Duke Ellington, Kaija Saariaho, Sofia Gubaidulina, Elliott Carter, Luciano Berio, Reena Esmail, Anthony Davis, Alfred Hitchcock, Harold Pinter, Picasso, Stravinsky, Gesualdo, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms, and Janacek, as well as scientists […]

$10.00

SummerFest Visions and Decisions: Musical Tales — with Composer-Narrator Bruce Adolphe

Grace Church 300 Whedbee Street, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Musical Tales — with Composer-Narrator Bruce Adolphe Doors: 6:30 PM Concert: 7 PM The Nightingale for violin and narrator, music by Bruce Adolphe with an updated comical-digital version of the tale by Hans Christian Anderson Fantasy Pieces for cello and piano by Robert Schumann The King, the Cat, and the Fiddle — a funny fable for violin soloist; string ensemble, and piano; music by Bruce Adolphe, story by Yehudi Menuhin and Christopher Hope Featuring: Kelly Hall-Tompkins, Violin Acclaimed by the New York Times as “the versatile violinist who makes the music come alive” and as a 2017 New York Times “New Yorker of the Year,” for her “tonal mastery” (BBC Music Magazine) and “Groundbreaking” recording projects (STRINGS Magazine), and featured in the Smithsonian Museum of African- American History, violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins is trailblazing an innovative, creative and entrepreneurial career as a soloist and chamber musician. Winner of a Naumburg International Violin Competition Honorarium Prize, Concert Artists Guild Career Grant, and Sphinx Medal of Excellence, Ms. Hall-Tompkins has appeared as soloist as the Inaugural Artist in Residence with the Cincinnati Symphony and with orchestras including the Dallas Symphony, Oakland Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Tulsa Philharmonic, Greenville Symphony, Chamber Orchestra of New York, Gateways Music Festival, for […]

$10.00 – $30.00

SummerFest Visions and Decisions: Schubert’s Grand Vision

Grace Church 300 Whedbee Street, Fort Collins, CO, United States

Schubert’s Grand Vision Doors: 6:30 PM Concert: 7 PM Prokofiev Sonata for Violin and Piano in F Minor Ligeti Sonata for Solo Cello Schubert B-Flat Piano Trio Featuring: Ari Isaacman-Beck, Violin   Violinist Ari Isaacman-Beck, originally from Minneapolis, is the first violinist of the Philadelphia-based Dalí Quartet, in residence at West Chester University. His playing has been praised for its "impressive, masterful finesse" and "enormous soul and a big, vibrant sound." Equally at home as a solo violinist and chamber musician, he has performed as a soloist or chamber musician across North America, Europe, and Asia at venues such as the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Tonhalle (Zürich), Jordan Hall (Boston), the Kennedy Center (Washington DC), and Carnegie Hall (New York City).       Matthew Zalkind, Cello Praised for his “impressive refinement, eloquent phrasing, and singing tone” by The New York Times, cellist Matthew Zalkind performs internationally as a recitalist, soloist, and chamber musician. A former member of the Harlem String Quartet, Mr. Zalkind toured to Japan, England, Ethiopia, and every region of the United States with the ensemble. He garnered top prizes in many international solo competitions including the Washington International Competition, Isang Yun International Competition, and the Beijing International Competition. […]

$10.00 – $30.00

Garden Concert Series: Michele Castro Quartet

Joannah Merriman and Neil Petrie's Residence w/ Catering by Vicky Fanea Address Provided Upon Ticket Purchase, Fort Collins, CO, United States

The smoky-voiced Brazilian songstress Michele Castro of the Michele Castro Quartet, brings her immensely talented colleagues, drummer Raoul Rossiter, and saxophonist Ian Brighton pianist, and pianist Victor Mestas, back for his third appearance in OtHA’s Garden Concert Series, for a swinging concert of jazz standards with a Latin flavor. Please join us as we gather in the gardens of Joannah Merriman and Neil Petrie for an evening of food, wine, sizzling Brazilian Jazz music and great company. Pre-concert Catered Reception: 6pm wine (21+) and hors d'oeuvres by Cordon Bleu-trained Vicky Fanea Concert: 7-9 pm Tickets: $32 for adults, $10 for students donations for food and drink are appreciated (Purchase Tickets Below) Stay tuned here for updates regarding inclement weather. About Michele Castro Quartet Michele Castro Michele Castro (vocals, acoustic guitar) hails originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As a vocalist and guitarist, she began to play internationally when invited to perform two tours of Germany with a Choro/Samba band as lead singer. Michele is proud to say she grew up in the Rocinha favela where she draws much of her musical inspiration and appreciation. While she draws inspiration from a number of artists, Elis Regina and Rosa Passos have influenced her […]

$10.00 – $32.00

Garden Concert Series: Atlas Tango Project

Jennifer Kathol's Residence Address Provided Upon Ticket Purchase, Fort Collins, CO, United States

OtHA welcomes back to Northern Colorado founder, violinist James Armstrong and the stellar Atlas Tango Project, formerly known as The Austin Piazzolla Quintet. Specializing in the music of the late Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla as well as original nuevo tango compositions, we welcome you to warm up your tango dancing skills in preparation. Please join us for an afternoon of music, wine, and great company at the home of Jennifer Kathol. Pre-concert wine reception: 2:30 pm Concert: 3:30-5:30 pm Tickets: $32 for adults, $10 for students (Purchase Tickets Below) Stay tuned here for updates regarding inclement weather. About Atlas Tango Project The Atlas Tango Project (formerly the Austin Piazzolla Quintet) specializes in the music of the late Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla as well as original nuevo tango compositions. Founded by James Anderson (violin), Atlas Tango has been performing to captivated audiences since 2009. With Jonathan Geer (piano), Ben Thomas (bandoneon), Tony Rogers (cello), and Phil Spencer (bass), all from diverse musical backgrounds, the band continues the Nuevo Tango tradition through intense live shows which feature unique arrangements of Piazzolla’s groundbreaking works, breathtaking original compositions, and fiery improvisation. Atlas Tango has performed in the nation's premier concert halls, jazz clubs, universities, […]

$10.00 – $32.00