Special Performance - Music in the Mountains
Two Special Performances Featuring
Friday, July 18 & Friday, July 25
Durango Mountain Club!
Friday, July 18 at 6pm
Phillip Kramp, viola
Kramp enjoys a diverse career as an orchestral and chamber player. He is currently a violist with the Kansas City Symphony. Prior to that he was an active freelancer in New York City. He studied at the Curtis Institute and the New England Conservatory.
Sarah Frisof, flute
Frisof is assistant professor of flute at the University of Kansas. She studied at the Juilliard and the Eastman School of Music and completed her doctorate at the University of Michigan. Her interests in outreach and education have taken her to Zimbabwe and Brazil, where she ran music programs.
Anne Eisfeller, harp
Eisfeller is principal harp of the New Mexico Philharmonic and Santa Fe Symphony, and is an adjunct faculty member at the University of New Mexico. She is a regular performer in many symphonies and festivals. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees and taught harp and music theory from Indiana University.
Friday, July 25 at 6pm
Paul Garner, clarinet
Garner is associate principal and E-flat clarinetist of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and was a member of New Orleans and Denver orchestras and West Point’s U.S. Military Band. He teaches at Southern Methodist University and holds degrees from Michigan State and University of Kansas.
Deborah Fabian, clarinet
Fabian is principal clarinetist with the Dallas Wind Symphony and the Plano Symphony Orchestra. She is also on the clarinet faculty at the University of North Texas and the University of Texas at Arlington. She received degrees from the University of Buffalo and Michigan State University.
Laura Leisring, bassoon
Leisring is principal bassoon with Virginia Symphony and was guest principal with the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, acting principal bassoonist of the Milwaukee Symphony, and the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, Canary Islands. She studied at Juilliard, the Mannes College of Music, and the University of North Texas.
Special Dinner Menu at the Durango Mountain Club
Caprese salad with balsamic reduction $10
Smoked Trout crostini $12
Crab and Artichoke stuffed mushrooms $12
Grilled Scallops topped with wild boar bacon $14
Elk medallion with a huckleberry reduction $28
Buffalo tenderloin with chimichurri sauce $30
Pistachio crusted lamb pops $26
4 0z filet with wild mushroom demi glaze $25
Grilled sea bass with mint cucumber salsa $23
Dinner Reservations Required – 970-385-2121
Dinner service begins at 5 p.m.
Please reference Music in the Mountains Private Event
Information and tickets for the entire Music in the Mountains festival are available at www.musicinthemountains.com.
Save 20% on Lodging at Durango Mountain Resort!
Make it a special getaway and stay at Durango Mountain Resort during Music in the Mountains!
Enjoy the convenience of slopeside lodging just steps from the Festival Tent!
With a variety of activities at the resort whether you want to chill out or experience the thrills of the mountain, you’ll appreciate the breathtaking scenery of the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains at your doorstep!
Kick back and relax by the pool and hot tubs, get pampered at the day spa and take in the scenery on the chairlift. Enjoy the hiking and mountain biking trails, or ride down the Alpine Slide.
Durango Mountain Resort has something for everyone including a variety of restaurants and shops for your getaway!