The melodic sounds of strings, woodwinds and brass filled the air last Sunday at Durango Mountain Resort, as the Festival Chamber Orchestra performed classical works by Stravinsky, Mozart and Haydn. The Sunday evening concert, entitled Romantic Rendezvous, was part of the monthlong summer music festival Music in the Mountains. Celebrating its 24th season, Music in the Mountains features orchestra, chamber and conservatory performances of classical and world music at various venues around the area.

A language all its own. Vadim Gluzman solos during Violin Concerto No. 3 in G, K.
216 Folks take in the music slopeside style at DMR Strings melt the audience during Romantic Rendezvous. Instrument cases full of personal momentos backstage.


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