arts & entertainment
The first round of TCAH’s 2009 Small Grant and Artist Fellowship Awards benefited seven county artists and nonprofit organizations.
The Montrose Band, a 40-pice ensemble, will perform a concert of music from the movies on Sunday, April 26.
Live music by Eamon Alger and the film Source are part of a free event at Switchback Tavern to bring attention to regional watershed initiatives.
Montrose Public Art eXperience (PAX) hopes to draw crowds to its April 24 dance benefit with the help of popular, longtime local performers, The ‘Stupid’ Band.
It’s that time of the year – Ralph Dinosaur and the Fabulous Volcanoes say goodbye to winter at the Friday KOTO Street Dance!
A classic and custom car show is an added attraction to the annual balloon festival held in May.
A memorable production of The Sound of Music graces the stage of the Michael Palm Theatre this weekend, when more than in which 50 residents of the Telluride region strut their song-and-dance and a...
Telluride Musicfest is just four months away – “and we're already programming a terrific celebration of Mendelssohn's 200th birthday mixed with some wonderful new music by Philip Glass, our Compose...
A full rock ‘n’ roll roster for St. Paddy’s Day Weekend… Desert Rocks Music Festival in Moab adds Billy Nershi with Head for the Hills to summer lineup
Willson & McKee will perform their unique brand of Celtic music at the Wright Opera House in March.
Happy Spring – and lots of musical royalty on tap to celebrate.
Beraza and Berrier’s clown ad wins first prize in Budweiser video assignment.
Anne Bloomsburg will lead a class in creative writing that is designed to benefit artists in all genres.
The second annual Wine & Whiskers Carnival will feature a fashion show, live and silent auctions, DJ music, and food from regional chefs.
The internationally-renowned Fred Garbo Inflatable Theatre will perform at the Palm on Friday.
Artist Daphna Russell has made a name for herself in the region as an artist that reflects artistic power and a humor.
Mike Dillon’s Go-Go Jungle rolls in to laissez les bon temps roulez.
The San Juan Symphony will perform at the Palm Theatre this Sunday, Feb. 15.
With Valentine’s Day falling on the heels of Friday the Thirteenth this year, who knows what craziness will ensue. One thing’s for certain, the music scene will keep hearts pounding.
A favorite local musical group, Dolce Voce will be bring a treat to sweethearts on Valentine’s Day.