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Jonathan Waterman

Marci Krivonen: Carbondale Writer Jonathan Waterman is known for his adventure writing. Starting with a account of a hairy trip on Denali, the highest peak in North America…to most recently a bleak account of the Colorado River with the help of photographer Peter McBride. 

A showcase of women artists in Basalt

Jul 11, 2013
Rebecca Kruth

This weekend, three women artists will have their work exhibited in Basalt. The pieces range in style from tranquil landscapes to bold abstracts. The artists are Dinah Worman, Betsy Chaffin and Cathy Schermer. Tomorrow (Fri., 7-12-2013), three of Basalt’s art venues will host their openings. Aspen Public Radio’s Rebecca Kruth got a preview of each collection

Pastels and oils are scattered around the showroom of the Ann Korologos Gallery in downtown Basalt.

British violinist Daniel Hope performs a recital with friends this evening at 8 at Harris Concert Hall.  Hope is joined by violist Lawrence Dutton, cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han.  The second half of the program is a creative, recent take on Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, a so-called "recomposition" by Max Richter.

Students of cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han perform a free 3 p.m. concert of piano trios at Harris Concert Hall.

Following their students’ performance, Finckel and Wu Han play an 8:30 recital program at Harris Concert Hall, consisting of sonatas by Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Debussy and Benjamin Britten.

Cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han discuss their new chamber music studio at the Aspen Music Festival with one of their students, 15-year-old pianist Agata Sorotokin. 

And director Edward Berkeley previews the first opera of the 65th season, Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide.”

The Takacs Quartet finishes its survey of the complete string quartets by Bela Bartok tonight at 7:30 at Harris Concert Hall.

Elizabeth Ferrill's work is simple, geometric and colorful. She works in a variety of mediums from printmaking   and painting to sculpture. Ferrill is teaching two week-long workshops at the Ranch in July and shares her personal inspirations and artistic endeavors.

To see Ferrill's work, visit her website

At 10:15 a.m., the public is invited to the opening celebration and dedication ceremony of the new Bucksbaum Campus off of Castle Creek Road.

Silk/Reunite the River Facebook album

Artist Kurt Wenner is known for brain-defying creations. He makes drawings on pavement that feel 3D, often from the perspective of looking down into a scene struggle or chaos. Wenner recently took on a topic central to the Western United States: the Colorado River. He recreated the river's winding path... across the marble floor of Chicago’s Union Station. It’s part of an environmental campaign by an almond and soymilk manufacturer.  Aspen Public Radio’s Elise Thatcher talks with Kurt Wenner, from his home in Washington State….

Piano music plays a significant role in Weekend No. 2 at the Aspen Music Festival.

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