“Tonight we take a journey into minimalism as represented through American classical music. With the three giants of minimalism on this program, Phillip Glass, Steve Reich and John Adams, you are assured to leave this concert with a true appreciation for this compositional technique. As a special treat, you will be the first to hear our very own Joe Tompkins’ piece “4 Mbiras” which premieres tonight.” For more information please visit http://svsummersymphony.org/content/concert-1
“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
Spring is in the air and Easter is just around the corner. Now is the time to make sure you don’t miss a moment of the festive holiday celebrations in Sun Valley.
Come to the Sun Valley Village on April 18 for an egg hunt and a visit with a very special VIB (very important bunny)
On Friday, April 18, come and enjoy a sweet tradition at the Sun Valley Village.At 4:30 p.m., everyone age 10 and under is invited to search for eggs in a huge Easter egg hunt. Children are divided into age groups and asked to bring their own baskets as they scramble around the grounds in front of the Sun Valley Inn, collecting eggs.
Simultaneously, the Village location of the Toy Store will host face painting and children big and small can enjoy ice cream specials at the charming a la mode or satisfy a sweet tooth at the wonderfully nostalgic candy shop, the Chocolate Foundry. It will be a sweet beginning to a memorable holiday weekend.
If you're ten and under, the lawn outside the Sun Valley Inn is the place to be for a madcap Easter egg hunt
Festivities continue on Easter Sunday, April 20, with a lavish Easter brunch. The Inn’s Limelight Room will brim with fresh, tasty and traditional delights, sure to please any age and any palate. Brunch will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please call 208.622.2135 for more information.
April 20 also marks closing day for the snow season on Bald Mountain. Before or after enjoying a bountiful brunch, be sure to get in your last turns of the year. The weather has been beautiful and the corn snow terrific. The final day of the season is traditionally also a chance for locals and visitors alike to dress up, turn their faces to the sun and appreciate the season that was.
Here, last tracks matter as much as first tracks!
Face painting is a great part of the Easter weekend fun
Specials at the Resort add extra incentive to enjoy everything on offer. Lodging is available for the night of April 19, including Sunday brunch, for $93 per person, double occupancy. Please phone 800.786.8259 for more details. Tie on that Easter bonnet or clip on your ski helmet and get out and enjoy the weekend.
Happy Easter, happy spring and happy end of the season! Next up? Golf! Stay tuned to this blog for the exciting early season details.
Take a break from decorating eggs to enjoy them specially prepared for you at the lavish Easter brunch in the Limelight Room
The LA Times quote this performance as “The Best Beatles Show in The World.” On Saturday, July 5, make sure to head to the Pavilion for a night to remember. For tickets call 888.622.2108 or visit sunvalley.ticketfly.com or visit thefabfour.com
“One of the most beloved and celebrated musical ambassadors of our time, soprano Renee Fleming captivates audiences with her sumptuous voice, consummate artistry, and compelling stage presence. Last summer, the President awarded Ms. Fleming the National Medal of Arts, America’s highest honor for an individual artist.” This August 3, she will be performing at the 30th Anniversary Gala at the the Pavilion. For tickets and information please visit http://www.svsummersymphony.org/schedule/benefit