37th Annual Telluride Chamber Music Festival: Event Overvu
[click “Play” for Roy Malan’s conversation with Susan]
In the early 1970s, Telluride was just beginning to pulse thanks to a chap from Beverly Hills named Joe Zoline, who had just opened the ski resort. Still, half of Main Street was boarded up and people were high-tailing it out of town muttering darkly about the closing of the Idarado Mines. The historic Sheridan Opera House was a camping ground for derelicts with broken glass and dusty mattresses everywhere. Roy Malan and Robin Sutherland, for many years stalwart co-directors of the Telluride Chamber Music Festival, played despite the venue – and the crowd liked the sound.
Except for the “Extravaganza,” all concerts take place at the Sheridan Opera House and begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25.
For a detailed schedule, go to the Telluride Chamber Music website or click the “play” button and listen to Telluride Chamber Music co-founder/director, violinist Roy Malan’s interview.
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