A preview of the summer season, the Colorado College Summer Music Festival presents two concerts in its Intermezzo season.
The LotusLand Project
Mark Fewer, violin; John Novacek, piano; Brad Turner, drums and trumpet
Tuesday, April 22, 7:30 pm Packard Hall
Enjoy an evening of classical and jazz with the LotusLand Project. Two of our Festival faculty favorites, Mark Fewer, violin and John Novacek, piano, and Canadian jazz trumpeter and percussionist Brad Turner and a guest bassist perform a mix of classical and jazz music ranging from Fritz Kreisler to Geroge Antheil, from Charlie Chaplin to Stuff Smith and Phil Dwyer.
Piano and Percussion Extravaganza
Quattro Mani – Susan Grace and Steven Beck, pianos; John Kinzie, Michael Tetrault, percussion
Thursday, May 8, 7:30 pm Packard Hall
Quattro Mani, the piano duo of Susan Grace and Steven Beck, perform Mozart, Chopin and Saint-Saëns. Percussionists John Kinzie and Michael Tetreault join them to perform Michael Daugherty’s Lounge Lizards.
Tickets on sale March 25 at the Worner Desk and TicketsWest (www.ticketswest.com).
$20 general public
$15 with Colorado College ID
FREE to Colorado College students
$5 students – all other institutions