Yoga and Classical Music
Saturday, June 24
Saturday, June 24
Wednesday, June 28
Saturday, July 22
Wednesday, August 2
Saturday, August 5
FREE, Donations will be accepted, 9 a.m.
Unroll a mat in Strings beautiful park and get ready to flow and relax. Speakers in the Strings Park will broadcast live classical rehearsals or pre-recorded Strings performances while talented instructors from the Yoga Center of Steamboat teach these all-level classes.
Musical Talk: Mark Gould at the Library
FREE Thursday, June 29, 7 p.m.
Mark Gould is one of the best-known trumpeters of his generation, having been Principal Trumpet of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. He has been on the faculty of The Juilliard School since 1982 and is music director of the Brass Band of Battle Creek, America's premiere brass band.
Kamila Quartet at Butcherknife Brewing
Friday, June 30, 5:00pm
Spend a summer evening sipping beer, enjoying live music, and supporting Strings! Kamila Quartet performs at Butcherknife Brewing Company beginning at 5 p.m. and 25% of sales go to Strings Music Festival.
The Bazillions at the Library
FREE Monday, July 10, 4 p.m.
The Bazillions bring their playful and imaginative songs to Library Hall the night before their Strings performance. Join them for a taste of laughter, learning, and fun!
C Street Brass at Butcherknife Brewing
Friday, July 21, 5:00pm
Spend a summer evening sipping beer, enjoying live music, and supporting Strings! C Street Brass performs at Butcherknife Brewing Company beginning at 5 p.m. and 25% of sales go to Strings Music Festival.
Musical Talk: Loras John Schissel at the Library
FREE Thursday, July 27 Time TBA
Loras John Schissel is a renowned composer, orchestrator, conductor, and musicologist from the Library of Congress. He recently co-authored "The Stars and Stripes Forever" with John Philip Sousa's great-grandson and will share stories about his scholarship.
Open Classical Rehearsal for Families
FREE Friday, August 4, 11 a.m.
Introduce your children to classical music while Music Director Michael Sachs prepares the orchestra for an evening concert. Children 3 and up are invited to enjoy this relaxed morning rehearsal with their parents.