Why not perhaps get tickets for a night filled with classical music, good food and wine?
Join the National Repertory Orchestra’s “French Influences” concert on Saturday, February 4, 2017.
The National Repertory Orchestra (NRO) is a distinguished music fellowship that equips young, up-and-coming musicians for orchestral music careers while providing the highest-level of musical experiences for its audiences. Graduates are actively pursued as the most desirable candidates for placement in professional musical organizations worldwide. As a result, music lovers, as well as educators and professionals, are all afforded world-class performances. This evening’s performance will feature the outstanding talents of violinist and NRO alumnus Victor Beyens and international competition winning pianist Megan Geoffrey Prins. The NRO’s next stops will be in cities like Boulder, Chicago, Cincinnati, New York, and Los Angeles. For more information and to buy tickets, visit their website here.
The elegant musical event will take place at 5:00 pm; food and drinks are to be provided, guests are expected to bring the good times. The concert will take place at the private residence of Sam and Barbara McCleneghan, affectionately known as Duck Blind Lodge, 15098 Highway 9, Breckenridge, CO 80424. The neighborhood is located close to the Breckenridge Golf Club and nearby luxury communities include the breathtaking Highlands Park, Highlands Braddock Hills, and Highlands at Breckenridge Golf Course. All properties are only a short drive up Tiger Road and a wealth of winter activities from snowmobiling to dog sledding.
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