he melodic sounds of strings, woodwinds and brass filled the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College last Monday as the Durango Youth Symphony performed a diverse selection of classical works. Conducted by Kasia Sokol, the Orchestra was a collection of young local talent ranging from 6th grade through college.

<br clear=" width="450" height="300" xwidth="450" xheight="300" /> A different kind of language. Viola and violin players rehearse Concerto No. 3 in E Flat
Major, a piece written by Mozart. The polished keys of a bassoon. An up-close view of the violin. The Durango Youth Syphony, performs their first piece at the
Community Concert Hall. A viola player strikes a chord.

 

In this week's issue...

June 13, 2019
Haven't got time for the pain

In the words of the great Salt-N-Pepa, let’s talk about sex (baby.) There, we said it.

June 13, 2019
Scoping begins on Silverton travel plan

The plan to bring more singletrack to Silverton is rolling forward. Last week, the Bureau of Land Management announced the beginning of a 30-day public scoping period on its proposed Silverton Area Travel Management Plan.

June 10, 2019
2019 Hardrock taps out

Snow, avi debris, high flows force cancellation