“As classically trained musicians performing Bach and Brahms to their arrangements of Katy Perry, Kanye West and Justin Timberlake, Time for Three has a melting pot style that exemplifies how difficult it is to classify American classical music. Tonight Time for Three performs with musicians of the Sun Valley Summer Symphony. Intrigued? Then, come early for a good seat – these guys fill the Pavilion!” For more information please visit http://svsummersymphony.org/content/concert-0
“Join Music Director Alasdair Neale and Assistant Conductor Ankush Kumar Bahl as hosts and conductors for this season’s In Focus Series titled, “Made in America.” This series is a two-part survey of American classical music which showcases the melting pot of genres and styles we hear in American composition today. Part One of “Made in America” begins with tonight’s concert. Part Two continues in 2015.” For more information please visit http://svsummersymphony.org/content/concert
The 2013-14 ski and snowboard season didn’t exactly go out quietly. On Sunday, hundreds of merrymakers donned their most creative costumes and got after the last turns of the year before the lifts ferried the final passengers to Lookout Restaurant at 3:45 p.m. The sun was bright, the air was warm and snow conditions were great — the perfect ending to a terrific Sun Valley season.
If you didn’t make it up Bald Mountain yourself (or at least to the patio at Warm Springs Lodge), enjoy this sampling of photos, capturing the spirit of the day!
The top of Baldy was one big open-air party as the 2013-14 season wound to a close
Young and older came out to enjoy the gorgeous sunshine and big small-town spirit
Skiing and snowboarding were only part of the fun on Sunday
Local ski legend Zach Crist spends some quality time with friends
Two athletes who probably skied every day of the season -- local philanthropist Kipp Nelson, and friend
Thanks to all for making it one fabulous season!
Part of the great Sun Valley team that made it happen all winter long: Tony Parkhill, Matt Baxandall and Peter Stearns
Gorillas somehow weren't out of place at the base of the run (photo courtesy Susie Ring)
The season definitely ended on a high note
The party on the Warm Springs patio didn't end when the lifts stopped running. Thanks to all for an amazing season!
Thanks to Sun Valley’s Nick Maricich for sharing these photos.