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Raised on Ronstadt

Raised on Ronstadt

Exploring the sounds of her childhood, one woman discovers how an icon’s disregard for convention and category inspired more than her taste in music. Featuring live musical performances.

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Transfigured Night

Transfigured Night

Our season concludes on April 29 with another world premiere, this time by the 2022 CU Composition Competition winner, Jessie Lausé. Two members of the celebrated Takàcs String Quartet, Harumi Rhodes and Richard O’Neill, are the soloists in Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante. Following this piece for duo plus orchestra, Arnold Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht is the story of two people being transformed by their love for each other.

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Through the Looking Glass

Through the Looking Glass

On January 28, Pro Musica welcomes cellist Meta Weiss to the stage for Haydn’s lively Cello Concerto in C. Haydn was the inspiration for the piece that begins the program, Entr’acte by Caroline Shaw. Ms. Shaw wrote the piece in 2011 after hearing a performance of one of Haydn’s op. 77 string quartets, music that she said “suddenly takes you to the other side of Alice’s looking glass, in a kind of absurd, subtle, technicolor transition.” The program ends with Mozart’s Symphony No. 29, one of the last pieces he wrote before striking out on his own in Vienna.

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Apotheosis of the Dance

Apotheosis of the Dance

The first concert of the season spotlights Florence Price’s Piano Concerto in One Movement. As the first African American female composer to have a symphony performed by a major orchestra, Price was well known in the 1930s and 1940s. Her music is enjoying a much-deserved resurgence in recent years, and Pro Musica is proud to present the regional premiere of this concerto with soloist Jennifer Hayghe. Its lively dance forms, including a juba, pair well with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7, often called the “apotheosis of the dance.” The concert kicks off with the world premiere of The Hill of Three Wishes by Ben Morris, the 2021 CU Composition Competition Winner.

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2nd Annual Boulder Fine Art Street Festival at Twenty Ninth Street

We are very excited to return to this great street art festival at Twenty Ninth Street in Boulder, CO. Boulder is an artsy, eclectic haven located in the foothills of Denver, just 30 miles North West of Denver and Twenty Ninth Street is located in the middle of this pristine setting. This special property, Twenty Ninth Street, serves a trade area of 440,000 affluent residents. This upscale shopping district is trendy, chic, and draws the most affluent shopper in Boulder. Twenty Ninth Street is at Highway 36 between Arapahoe and Pearl Street close to Downtown Boulder.

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Boulder Creek Festival

Boulder Creek Festival

For over thirty years, the Boulder Creek Festival® has been the unofficial kickoff to summer in Boulder. Widely considered Boulder County’s favorite event, the Festival includes three days of festivities featuring a large variety of events, activities, food and entertainment unique to the Boulder community.The Festival is free to the public and features something for everyone: 9 separate event areas with 500 vendors showcase everything from community arts and crafts to healthier alternatives and technology while 3 performance stages feature a spectrum of music and dance. The festival also features carnival rides and food and beverage vendors. Join us over Memorial Day Weekend 2022 for the 33rd Annual Boulder Creek Festival®, the best event in Boulder!

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Streamside on Fall River

Streamside Fall River Cabin Village at Estes Park

The whole family will enjoy staying at Streamside’s secluded village of 21 cabins and suites sprinkled over 29 acres of pine and aspen trees in Estes Park, Colorado. Fish for rainbow trout right outside your cabin or enjoy a gentle stroll around the property shared with elk, mule deer, and an abundance of other wildlife. Challenge yourself to the summit of Old Man Mountain for breathtaking panoramic views of the Estes valley or head into Rocky Mountain National Park for amazing wilderness experiences.

Cabin Amenities

Cabins and suites feature gas fireplaces, private hot tubs, jetted tubs, fully equipped kitchens, free Wi-Fi, cable TV & DVD players, gas grills, and private decks. Guests have access to an outdoor hot tub for a relaxing soak after a fun-filled day. You can even enjoy a relaxing massage right in the comfort of your suite. The kids will enjoy our spacious lawns and horseshoe pit. We offer complimentary books, board games, and an extensive DVD library.

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Clear Creek Rafting

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Clear Creek rafting trips or the Arkansas River at the Royal Gorge. Rafting trips for all abilities.

  • Included is the complimentary use of a wetsuit.
  • Digital photos of your trip.
  • Lunch is included with full-day rafting trips.

Clear Creek Canyon rafting is only 30 minutes from Denver.

Raft Clear Creek Canyon

Rafting trips in Clear Creek range from Beginner (Class III-IV) to Advanced (Class IV+). Half and full-day trips are available.

Evening trip for beginner and intermediate rafters. Enjoy the alpenglow in the quieting canyon. A great way to top off a Colorado adventure vacation day.

Raft Bighorn Sheep Canyon (min age 7) Clear Creek Rafting

Full and half-day rafting trips are available on Bighorn Sheep Canyon (Class II-III). The day will be full of action and scenery. Full-day trip includes a riverside lunch.

Raft Royal Gorge

Get ready for the Royal Gorge experience. The raft will be maneuvering down Class III-IV rapids. Full and half-day raft trips. Full-day trips include a riverside lunch stop.

Clear Creek Rafting knows how to take care of its guests. Contact them to help select the right rafting trip to satisfy your group.




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Snowy Colorado Mountains

Colorado Destinations

Unique Colorado Destination

Colorado’s cities and towns are as diverse and beautiful as its landscape.

The culturally rich city of Denver and the quiet mountain escape of Aspen are all attractive Colorado destinations. Colorado has a vacation destination for everyone. Are the high mountain peaks calling your name? Get to know Colorado and plan your trip to check off everything on your bucket list. Rafting, skiing, hiking, art shows, concerts, mountain biking, cycling, dining, fishing, mountain retreats, exploring nature, and much more. has divided Colorado into 3 regions. Each of these regions represents unique characteristics and proximity.

View our interactive regional map of Colorado to take a closer look and find the locations you want to visit.
Order a free Colorado vacation planning guide to help you find the perfect vacation spot!

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The Central Mountains

The heart of the Rocky Mountains spans the state north to south, and is home to the highest elevated cities and towns in the country, which feature over two dozen ski resorts. This region is Colorado’s gem for world-famous ski areas, mountain lifestyle, and activities.

The Rockies Playground, recently named by the Colorado Tourism Office, is the most central region of the Rocky Mountains and includes some of Colorado’s most famous resort towns. Due to their close proximity and popularity as ski resorts, the name was chosen to appeal to potential tourists. This region’s towns include Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge, Winter Park, Glenwood Springs, Dillon and Leadville. However, significant resort towns lie north and south of the playground region, including Steamboat Springs in north-central Colorado. Resort towns in south-central Colorado include: Crested Butte, Monarch, Del Norte, Powderhorn and Wolf Creek. The Central Mountains region captures almost all of the mountain towns north to south, aside from Telluride and Durango.

The Central Mountains region includes several spectacular national forests.national forest in Colorado

All of which include amazing mountain scenery, wildlife, trail systems, nearby camping and towns. From north to south:

The Front Range & Plains

A way of referring to how the plains of Colorado meet the eastern slope of the continental divide.

If you want to watch a Broadway show or enjoy a museum exhibit, you will have the most options in the Front Range. The urban cities of Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs are well known for their performing arts, museums, and cultural festivals.

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The Front Range region includes notable attractions such as Estes Park, the eastern gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park.

Pikes Peak, a whole family mountain attraction, lies just west of Colorado Springs. Featuring a scenic train, rafting, horseback riding and much more.

Red Rocks Amphitheatre, an amazing music venue in the foothills west of Denver.

Colorado’s Western Slope

A general way of referring to Northwest and Southwest Colorado. 

The Western Slope is a much more remote experience. Grand Junction is the largest city in the area and is often referred to as a city with a small-town feel. This high plains region is rich in agriculture, canyonlands, and warmer weather. Offering up a distinctively unique variety of Colorado destinations.

Northwest Colorado, or The Great West

Features of this area are the national parks such as Dinosaur National Park, the remote Brown’s Park, and the wild horses of the Sand Wash Basin. This area is popular with outdoor enthusiasts offering a variety of camping, RV parks, off-road vehicles, horseback riding, rafting, cycling and exploring in general. While the mountains are melting down, northwest Colorado is in full bloom.

Southwest Colorado, or The Mountain Mesas

Another very diverse region of Colorado with a mix of Colorado destinations and ski resort towns such as Telluride, and Durango. Complemented by Montrose, a very agricultural community but also rich with adventure. In the very southwest corner of Colorado is Cortez. Surrounded by big attractions such as  Mesa Verde National Park, Monument Valley . Cortez is also the gateway to the Four Corners and the Canyonlands of Utah



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Boulder, Colorado


Things to Do in Boulder, Colorado

If just one word were allowed to describe the Centennial State’s free-spiritedness, we’d choose “Boulder!” for any number of reasons.

University of Colorado Boulder

First, it’s home to the University of Colorado, where academics are lofty, football is passionate, and chillin’ is mandatory. The Hill and Pearl Street Mall are famed for their colorful shops, eateries, and galleries, and people-watching is unparalleled.

Boulder Culture

Culturally, this town is the motherlode. For museum lovers, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA) features contemporary fare, and the Leanin’ Tree Museum & Sculpture Garden of Western Art is a stroll through all things Western. More than just the past comes alive at the Boulder History Museum with exhibits that range from tofu to rock music, and CU itself houses the University of Colorado Heritage Center in its Old Main building. The college also is home to the University of Colorado Natural History Museum.

Shopping and Dining

If you’re a shopper, this is your place. Boutiques, designer names, thrift, and thrills await. And dining is, to say the very least, a culinary adventure. We’re hard-pressed to think of a cuisine not represented in our town, and you’ll even have the opportunity to visit the farm of origin for some of the freshest fare around.

And don’t forget the breweries. Just sayin’…

Mountain Recreation

Outdoor recreation is limitless. In addition to having Eldora Mountain Ski Resort nearby, America’s #1 Sports town also gives you the chance to experience, in no particular order, hot air ballooning, kayaking, rock climbing, tubing, fly fishing, bike riding, golfing, cross-country skiing and/or snowshoeing. The beauty is you can do many of these things – yes, even skiing – all in the same day. That’s Boulder for you! Ahhhh!

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