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Friday, July 30, 2004


Get jiggy with classics to rock

Express Staff Writer

Summertime and the living is all about music. Well, near enough, anyway, because nightly in the valley there are tunes being played and fans being made. Check out the next week line up if you want proof.

The Edgar M. Bronfman Chamber Music series concludes tonight under the Sun Valley Symphony Tent with Danielpour’s "A Child’s Reliquary for Piano Trio" and Beethoven’s "String Quartet in F Major" at 6:30 p.m.

Broadway tunes are performed tonight through Sunday, July 30 to Aug. 1, at the "Main Street Cabaret," a Laughing Stock Theatre Company production at nexStage Theatre.

At Whiskey Jacques’ in Ketchum tonight, the band Moses Guest plays, featuring Graham Guest, Rick Thompson, James Edwards and Jeremy Horton. While on Saturday, July 31, the Wood River Valley-based band Cosmic Beans is center stage. Bandmates Pat Hickey and John Zarcos, Cory Ballentine, Lee Chubb and John Valenzuela play high-energy, danceable music. All shows begin at 10 p.m.

Tapestry Gallery & Wine in Ketchum presents Alan Pennay on swingin’ jazz piano tonight and catch the Spanish flamenco guitar playing of Art Wallace, on Wednesday, Aug. 4. Both shows are from 6 to 9 p.m.

On Sunday, Aug. 1, hang with the acoustic roots-rock stylings of Hart Gibson on the deck at Lefty’s in Ketchum, from 7 to 9 p.m.

Also on Sunday is the opening of the Sun Valley Summer Symphony season with Carl Eberl conducting "It Happened in Sun Valley" during the concert at 6:30 p.m.

Following opening night, Alisdair Neale conducts soloists Leila Josefowicz Monday, Aug. 2. The concerts continue through Monday, Aug. 16, in the tent at the Sun Valley Resort.

Coming up on Wednesday, Aug. 4, are three big rockin’ shows, two of which are free. The 1970s band Journey plays at the Coors Light Summer Concert series in Ketchum beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at Atkinsons’ Markets. Ketch’em Alive hosts Micky & the Motorcars in the Forest Service Park and in Hailey, the Spud Back Alley Party has Slow Children Playing in a benefit for Camp Rainbow Gold.

Music lovers put on your dancin’ shoes.



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