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Free July Concerts at Crooked Creek - Red Cloud Ranch B&B
Posted Jul 2, 2017
Bring a lawn chair and enjoy an afternoon of music in a lush, enchanting meadow just down the valley from Red Cloud Ranch B&B. The abstract art backdrop of the ramada stage will be provided by the talented and evocative Autistic Artist Jesse. Stay at Red Cloud Ranch and relax with the music and art.
July 9—Jazz Vocalist Andrea Wolper (New York City). Her very personal blend of classic jazz tunes, bluesy originals and offbeat surprises---not to mention her oft-described “warm, earthy” sound pulls you into her spell. World-class bassist Ken Filiano and Taos’ own Omar Rane join her on stage.
July 16—String Quartet with Rebecca Caron of Taos Soundscapes. Cellist Caron has assembled a string quartet program for each of the Crooked Creek Concert seasons. This program will include Tchaikovsky’s Quartet in D Major, Op, 11 and Joaquin Turina’s La Oración Del Torero. The latter piece translates as the Toreador’s Prayer and is a very approachable piece of music. The Tchaikovsky is a very engaging work as well. It’s an incredible experience to listen to the classics surrounded by mountain views.
July 23—Take Five. Take Five is an Austin-based “a cappella” group of five that has performed together for over 18 years, traveling extensively throughout Texas and the Southwest. Their eclectic blend of tunes from some of the greatest American composers and performers spans a broad spectrum of styles, from oldies like Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin and the Gershwins to popular standards that span generations like the Beatles, Everly Brothers, Petula Clark and Billy Joel.
Directions: From US 64, halfway between Taos and Angel Fire, turn south into Valle Escondido; follow County Rd past the golf course, then look to the left.Visit Site