Raul Midn performs his heady fusion of old-school soul, Latin jazz and folk-pop in the Sun Valley Opera House Friday, December 3 at 6:30pm. Tickets are $20 for members and $30 for non-members on sale now only at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts. www.sunvalleycenter.org
New York based vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Raul Midn has always experienced the world differently than most. Born prematurely in a rural hospital in Mexico, he and his twin brother, Marco, were accidentally blinded as infants after spending time in an incubator without eye protection. Midn followed a musical path inspired by his father, a professional Argentine folkloric dancer. Midn studied jazz at the University of Miami and after graduating became a backup singer, working primarily in the Latin-pop world for such artists as Julio and Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, Ricky Martin and Alejandro Sanz. In 2002, Midn walked away from his lucrative work as a back-up singer to pursue a career as a solo artist. Since striking out on his own Midn has produced three solo albums and received accolades for his music’s heady fusion of old-school soul, Latin, jazz and timeless singer/songwriter folk-pop.
No Thanksgiving holiday weekend would be complete without a Warren Miller ski movie at the Sun Valley Opera House. Wintervention starts at 8pm on Friday and 6 & 9pm on Saturday. Tickets are $18 available at the door or at Sturtevants.
On Saturday before the movie, The Boiler Room will be open from 4:30-6pm
for a pre-screening party and raffle sponsored by KECH/KSKI.
Narrated by skiing icon Jonny Moseley, Warren Miller’s Wintervention is the definitive solution for the snow-obsessed. Wintervention takes riders like Reggie Crist, Chris Davenport, Jonny Moseley and Lindsey Vonn on a global tour of Alaska, Norway, Canada, Antarctica and beyond… delivering a successful Wintervention for all of us in need. Warren Miller films attract a cult-like following and mark the official start of winter for sports enthusiasts everywhere. Warren Miller premieres are an experience, a party and a phenomenon not to be missed.
Good times to be had at the Fireman’s Ball in the Sun Valley Inn Limelight Room on Saturday, November 20. Doors open at 8pm. Tickets are $15. Live music featuring “Freddie Pink” will heat up the dance floor.
Proceeds to benefit the local fire department.
Singer/Songwriter Crystal Monee Hall grew up singing in the church choir and went on to perform with Disney Entertainment and as a soloist in the Tony Award winning musical "Rent."
On Friday November 19 at 6:30pm Crystal Monee Hall will smoothly combine the sounds of folk, gospel, jazz and blues in the Sun Valley Opera House. Tickets are $20 for members and $30 for non-members on sale now only at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts. www.sunvalleycenter.org