Since 1978, the Canyon Concert Ballet Company has been an active and cherished contributor to the region’s cultural landscape. They are Northern Colorado’s preeminent professional dance company and school. This year, the company presents their 34th performance of The Nutcracker in Northern Colorado. They are thrilled to announce the addition of Daniel R. Simmons to their faculty, as Artistic Director. This classic childhood fairytale is a family tradition and one of the most popular ballets in the world. Under the artistic direction of Mr. Simmons, the live symphonic accompaniment and beautiful sets make this particular adaptation of the definitive holiday story come to life with elegance and magic. Don’t miss the Mouse King, the Waltz of the Flowers and the Sugar Plum Fairies! Purchase tickets online at www.lctix.com, by phone: 970.221.6730, or the box office. Fort Collins performances: December 12-14 at The Lincoln Center Performance Hall with the Fort Collins Symphony. Additional information at www.ccballet.org.
Until May 18th, The University Center for the Arts, 1400 Remington St The CSU Art Museum has truly highlighted the cohesion of both utilitarian and aesthetic design. The museum explores the deeper connection between mass produced objects that are now revered for their timeless design and mechanical craftsmanship. The title of the exhibit alludes to the collision of both form and function which foreshadows how these elements have become one […]
The creative and talented Joan Osborne comes to Fort Collins to sing the songs of Bob Dylan for the sold out show at the Armory in Old Town on Sunday, August 27. Osborne’s success includes her Number One single from 1995, “One of Us,” performing with the members of the Grateful Dead in 2003, and her most recent endeavor, as a member of Trigger Hippy with rising Americana star Jackie […]
Andy Weiss, the former owner of MRKT Skateshop, wants to give back to the community. He founded a non-profit organization designed to do just that, called Launch: Community Through Skateboarding. Launch uses skateboarding to promote a culture of creativity and self expression for kids, and Weiss is currently trying to raise money to create a headquarters that will house a ramp, a skateboarding history museum and library, and more. Help […]