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Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory wraps up in Steamboat with concerts

If you go

What: Fourth annual Summer Soiree

When: Cocktails begin at 6 p.m. today

Where: Cottonwood Grill, Seventh and Yampa streets

Cost: $135 per person, includes five courses and wine pairings. Funds will go to help the Rocky Mountain Sum­mer Conservatory provide scholarships.


What: Faculty Concert Series

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Eighth and Oak streets

Cost: $10 suggested donation


What: Student Chamber Concert

When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday

Where: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Eighth and Oak streets

Cost: Free. Donations are accepted, and a reception will follow the performance.





Alexander Nunn, of Arizona, plays the cello during a session for The Lowell Whiteman School's Rocky Mountain Sum­mer Conservatory music program. The young musician and several other students were running through a rehearsal for a performance this weekend.
John F. Russell

Shira Simon plays the violin during a rehearsal at the St. Paul's Episcopal Church at Ninth and Oak streets Wednesday. Simon is a particpant of The Lowell Whiteman School’s Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory music program. The young musician and several other students were running through a rehearsal for a performance this weekend.John F. RussellAlyssa Saint listens to coach Glenn Basham during a rehearsal at the St. Paul's Episcopal Church at Ninth and Oak streets Wednesday morning. Saint, who is from Kansas City, Mo., is in Stemaboat Springs as part of The Lowell Whiteman School’s Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory music program. The young musician and several other students were running through a rehearsal for a performance this weekend.John F. Russell