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Astronomy, Fireworks and Hollywood – A Week of Music with the NRO

IMG_9040This week is a time for all of us to be patriotic and proud.  The National Repertory Orchestra will be celebrating this entire 4th of July week with an amazing lineup that we are so very proud to present to you!  Please join us in the festivities.

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“The Planets in HD
Astronomy, Photography & Music
Wednesday, July 2nd, 7:30pm - Breck Riverwalk Center

A show unlike anything the NRO has ever done before, this program makes full use of the Riverwalk Center’s new high definition projection and audio system.
The night will begin with “Concerto for Violin in D Major, Opus 35″ by Erich Wolfgang Korngold, but be sure to stay for the 2nd half when “The Planets” by Gustav Holst will be accompanied by a suite of seven high-definition short films by Jose Francisco Salgado.  Dr. Salgado is an Emmy-nominated astronomer, experimental photographer, visual artist and public speaker who uses his skills to create multimedia works that communicate science in engaging ways.

“Patriotic Salute”
A Selection of Patriotic Favorites
Friday, July 4th, 10:00am – Lake Dillon Amphitheater
Friday, July 4th, 8:30pm – Breck Riverwalk Center

IMG_5569This day deserves two performances: A free concert at the Lake Dillon Amphitheater at 10:00am AND
an 8:30pm performance at the Breckenridge Riverwalk Center with fireworks to follow (weather permitting). 
The Breckenridge concert is free to those sitting outside on the lawn and tickets for indoor seats are either $5.00, $10.00 or $15.00 (depending on seating level).  Tickets go quickly, so act fast!
These shows are dedicated to all the men and women serving in uniform with thanks from a grateful nation.

“Music of the Silver Screen”
Saturday, July 5th, 7:30pm – Breck Riverwalk Center

This magical night brings the music of Hollywood to the Riverwalk Center stage.  You will hear tunes from ”The Sound of Music”, “Chicago”, “James Bond” and much more.  Additionally, a solo will feature Paul Sri, a young pianist and a winner of the Schmitt Music Competition.