Jun
18
Fri
A Biker’s Ballad – Drive-In Movie @ Colorado Mountain College - Parking Lot
Jun 18 @ 8:30 pm

 

                                IN PARTNERSHIP WITH                                                                                                                                           
SPONSORED BY       

This new film from Matchstick Productions dives into the different worlds of mountain biking. From Enduro to Cross Country to Freeride the film makers at Matchstick leave no stone unturned. This is a bike movie for all bikers and an ode to all types of mountain biking.

An official World Premier Tour stop
by Matchstick Productions

 

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO TO THE DRIVE-IN MOVIE: Please review the following policies and procedures carefully so you are prepared to navigate this event, and understand the rules to keep yourself and everyone safe.

TICKETS:

  • Your email confirmation is not your ticket. Tickets are attached to your confirmation email as a PDF file and must be downloaded.
  • Download your ticket to your digital wallet, OR print a copy of your ticket, OR save your PDF ticket on your phone, and have the barcode ready to display upon arrival to CMC. 
  • Ensure your phone’s screen brightness is all the way up.  This will help the scanners pick up the barcode.
  • Do not rely on a screenshot of your ticket, those do not scan well and will create issues.

VEHICLE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:

  • The CMC parking lot will open at 7:30pm. Please do not arrive before then to avoid large backups on city streets. Follow signs to enter using the south-most parking lot entrance. The driveway closest to Coyne Valley Road is for EXIT ONLY.
  • You must arrive at or before 8:15pm. We will not allow entry to the parking lot after this time to ensure safety for our staff, and a timely start to the film.
  • Large pick-up trucks, vans, and SUV vehicles will be parked in the rear or along the sides of the parking lot. Any vehicle with a roof box will be parked in the back so we recommend removing those before arrival!
  • You may enjoy the film from a chair outside your vehicle, however your chairs must be within 6 feet of your vehicle and may not be placed in driving lanes
  • No engine idling. You may start your engine periodically to keep the battery fresh but run it for no more than one minute. BRING BLANKETS, as temps will drop fast once the sun sets. Ensure you turn your headlights completely off. It is not uncommon for car batteries to die during drive-in movies. Please be prepared. Staff will do their best to assist any stalled vehicles but cannot guarantee jumping your battery.
  • Once parked, you may not move your vehicle until directed to do so by staff.
  • No smoking in your vehicle. If you must smoke, please proceed to the smoking area at the event.
  • No food will be available on site, so come prepared with snacks.  Absolutely NO alcohol is allowed on CMC property as it is a dry campus.
  • In order to hear audio for the film, you will use your FM car radio. You will tune your radios to the station displayed on-screen. FM 91.9
  • Pack it in / pack it out. There will be minimal trash receptacles so please plan to take any garbage home with you in your vehicle. Please recycle and leave no trace!
Jun
19
Sat
Language as Sculpture @ Old Masonic Hall - Upstairs
Jun 19 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Language as Sculpture @ Old Masonic Hall - Upstairs | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

Join visiting artist, Joshua Ware for this unique opportunity to explore language in a new way.  We primarily think of language as a sign system that conveys ideas or articulates meaning. But what if we reconsider how use language? During the Language as Sculpture workshop, we will explore text and textual characters as material objects. In doing so, we will create artworks that use language and letters as the building blocks for visual works, as opposed to communicative tools. 

Instructor: Joshua Ware

About Joshua Ware:
Joshua Ware is an artist and writer who was born in Cleveland, OH. His recent work centers on the intersections between organic and architectural forms, which he calls biomorphitecture. His work has shown both nationally and internationally, with public sculptures currently on-view at GEORGIA Art Space and Mestizo-Curtis Park in Denver, CO. He earned his doctorate in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Nebraska, focusing on the confluence of text and image. He is the author of Homage to Homage to Homage to Creeley (2010) and Unwanted Invention / Vargtimmen (2014), as well as several chapbooks. He periodically writes art reviews, which can be found at Entropy Magazine, Southwest Contemporary, and the New Collection. He lives in Denver, CO. 

Mask are not required for outdoor activities. Masks are not required for indoor activities of under 100 people for fully vaccinated individuals. Masks are recommended indoors and outdoors if you cannot maintain 6 feet of physical distance from strangers.

Juneteenth Outdoor Shorts – Drive-In Movie @ Colorado Mountain College - Parking Lot
Jun 19 @ 8:30 pm

 

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH  

Three short films including Black Ice, Pedal Through and The Mirnavator all depict African American athletes in the outdoors, challenging not only the stigma but themselves.

Not Rated

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO TO THE DRIVE-IN MOVIE: Please review the following policies and procedures carefully so you are prepared to navigate this event, and understand the rules to keep yourself and everyone safe.

TICKETS:

  • Your email confirmation is not your ticket. Tickets are attached to your confirmation email as a PDF file and must be downloaded.
  • Download your ticket to your digital wallet, OR print a copy of your ticket, OR save your PDF ticket on your phone, and have the barcode ready to display upon arrival to CMC. 
  • Ensure your phone’s screen brightness is all the way up.  This will help the scanners pick up the barcode.
  • Do not rely on a screenshot of your ticket, those do not scan well and will create issues.

VEHICLE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:

  • The CMC parking lot will open at 7:30pm. Please do not arrive before then to avoid large backups on city streets. Follow signs to enter using the south-most parking lot entrance. The driveway closest to Coyne Valley Road is for EXIT ONLY.
  • You must arrive at or before 8:15pm. We will not allow entry to the parking lot after this time to ensure safety for our staff, and a timely start to the film.
  • Large pick-up trucks, vans, and SUV vehicles will be parked in the rear or along the sides of the parking lot. Any vehicle with a roof box will be parked in the back so we recommend removing those before arrival!
  • You may enjoy the film from a chair outside your vehicle, however your chairs must be within 6 feet of your vehicle and may not be placed in driving lanes
  • No engine idling. You may start your engine periodically to keep the battery fresh but run it for no more than one minute. BRING BLANKETS, as temps will drop fast once the sun sets. Ensure you turn your headlights completely off. It is not uncommon for car batteries to die during drive-in movies. Please be prepared. Staff will do their best to assist any stalled vehicles but cannot guarantee jumping your battery.
  • Once parked, you may not move your vehicle until directed to do so by staff.
  • No smoking in your vehicle. If you must smoke, please proceed to the smoking area at the event.
  • No food will be available on site, so come prepared with snacks.  Absolutely NO alcohol is allowed on CMC property as it is a dry campus.
  • In order to hear audio for the film, you will use your FM car radio. You will tune your radios to the station displayed on-screen. FM 91.9
  • Pack it in / pack it out. There will be minimal trash receptacles so please plan to take any garbage home with you in your vehicle. Please recycle and leave no trace!
Jun
21
Mon
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Education: Moving Beyond Moral/Ethical Performativity and into the Depths of Meaningful Social Transformation @ Riverwalk Center
Jun 21 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

FREE (Reservation Required) | Riverwalk Center

For Middle + High School Teachers (any subject area); Teen Program Providers

Youth on Record (YOR) Program Directors Brent Adams and Stephen Brackett lead a 2-hour professional development workshop designed to offer insight into Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in Education through the lens of music and the BIPOC artists who have beaten systemic injustice. Learn about YOR’s proven approach to increasing social-emotional skills, resiliency, academic success and achievement, post-secondary readiness and economic stability in young people living or going to school in historically under-resourced communities and schools. Workshop participants will be inspired to disrupt the status quo and enhance their DEI toolset to envision and implement academic programs that adequately engage and serve students in all realms of development and self-actualization.

Jun
22
Tue
Finding Your Voice @ Old Masonic Hall
Jun 22 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Finding Your Voice @ Old Masonic Hall | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+ 
Participants must pre-register

Elijah Lynch, also known as Smiley Gatmouth, is a multidisciplinary artist who got his start in Denver, Colorado’s, rich spoken-word community. His emergence into the intersecting worlds of arts, activism and community-cultivation began in middle school and continues as a Youth on Record teaching-artist. This workshop takes a practical approach to provide key insights, tips & strategies to build confidence and make your words resonate. The session will focus on writing for spoken word and on spoken word performance skills. You don’t need to have any spoken word experience to take this workshop.

Music Creation and Creative Empowerment @ Riverwalk Center
Jun 22 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Music Creation and Creative Empowerment @ Riverwalk Center | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+ 
Participants must pre-register

Mona (Monalicious) is a medicine woman of sound, a composer of groovy tunes and empowering mantras. As a songwriter they balance humility with majesty. As a native to Denver, they have grown with the city and have flourished in the arts community through music and leadership. In this class participants will explore music composition and creation and how to develop empowerment through creative expression.

Remixing Media @ Fuqua Livery Stable
Jun 22 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Remixing Media @ Fuqua Livery Stable | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+
Participants must pre-register

led by rapper and artist Mace Windu

Devin Urioste also known as Mace Windu, is a local Denver MC, producer and visual artist Mace Windu. Mace, being in his early 20s, has been roaming this city spreading his creative talents amongst various DPS schools, the University of Denver, Anythink libraries, and most importantly Youth on Record. In this collage/visual art class, participants will learn how to use a new tool that is useful when it comes to building a further extension of yourself. When we create, whatever we create further expresses our identity and who we are as individuals. In particular, collaging is a simpler form of physical art when it comes to the process, but collage pushes you to identify pieces of yourself in everyday life. It is a way to identify what is aesthetically pleasing to you and what brings the most feeling to your body, mind and soul.

 

Jun
23
Wed
Finding Your Voice @ Old Masonic Hall
Jun 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Finding Your Voice @ Old Masonic Hall | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+ 
Participants must pre-register

Elijah Lynch, also known as Smiley Gatmouth, is a multidisciplinary artist who got his start in Denver, Colorado’s, rich spoken-word community. His emergence into the intersecting worlds of arts, activism and community-cultivation began in middle school and continues as a Youth on Record teaching-artist. This workshop takes a practical approach to provide key insights, tips & strategies to build confidence and make your words resonate. The session will focus on writing for spoken word and on spoken word performance skills. You don’t need to have any spoken word experience to take this workshop.

Music Creation and Creative Empowerment @ Riverwalk Center
Jun 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Music Creation and Creative Empowerment @ Riverwalk Center | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+ 
Participants must pre-register

Mona (Monalicious) is a medicine woman of sound, a composer of groovy tunes and empowering mantras. As a songwriter they balance humility with majesty. As a native to Denver, they have grown with the city and have flourished in the arts community through music and leadership. In this class participants will explore music composition and creation and how to develop empowerment through creative expression.

Remixing Media @ Fuqua Livery Stable
Jun 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Remixing Media @ Fuqua Livery Stable | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+
Participants must pre-register

led by rapper and artist Mace Windu

Devin Urioste also known as Mace Windu, is a local Denver MC, producer and visual artist Mace Windu. Mace, being in his early 20s, has been roaming this city spreading his creative talents amongst various DPS schools, the University of Denver, Anythink libraries, and most importantly Youth on Record. In this collage/visual art class, participants will learn how to use a new tool that is useful when it comes to building a further extension of yourself. When we create, whatever we create further expresses our identity and who we are as individuals. In particular, collaging is a simpler form of physical art when it comes to the process, but collage pushes you to identify pieces of yourself in everyday life. It is a way to identify what is aesthetically pleasing to you and what brings the most feeling to your body, mind and soul.

 

Bike-In Movie @ Arts District Campus
Jun 23 @ 6:00 pm
Bike-In Movie @ Arts District Campus | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

Join us for outdoor screenings of classic movies “geared” for those on the go. Hike, bike or bus to these free family events. Set beneath a spectacular view of the 10-Mile Range, films are shown on the AirStage’s 5×8 foot LED wall and are preceded by creative projects and maintenance activities for bike enthusiasts.

Presented in partnership with Breck Film.

Jun
24
Thu
Finding Your Voice @ Old Masonic Hall
Jun 24 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Finding Your Voice @ Old Masonic Hall | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+ 
Participants must pre-register

Elijah Lynch, also known as Smiley Gatmouth, is a multidisciplinary artist who got his start in Denver, Colorado’s, rich spoken-word community. His emergence into the intersecting worlds of arts, activism and community-cultivation began in middle school and continues as a Youth on Record teaching-artist. This workshop takes a practical approach to provide key insights, tips & strategies to build confidence and make your words resonate. The session will focus on writing for spoken word and on spoken word performance skills. You don’t need to have any spoken word experience to take this workshop.

Music Creation and Creative Empowerment @ Riverwalk Center
Jun 24 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Music Creation and Creative Empowerment @ Riverwalk Center | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+ 
Participants must pre-register

Mona (Monalicious) is a medicine woman of sound, a composer of groovy tunes and empowering mantras. As a songwriter they balance humility with majesty. As a native to Denver, they have grown with the city and have flourished in the arts community through music and leadership. In this class participants will explore music composition and creation and how to develop empowerment through creative expression.

Remixing Media @ Fuqua Livery Stable
Jun 24 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Remixing Media @ Fuqua Livery Stable | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

For Ages 12+
Participants must pre-register

led by rapper and artist Mace Windu

Devin Urioste also known as Mace Windu, is a local Denver MC, producer and visual artist Mace Windu. Mace, being in his early 20s, has been roaming this city spreading his creative talents amongst various DPS schools, the University of Denver, Anythink libraries, and most importantly Youth on Record. In this collage/visual art class, participants will learn how to use a new tool that is useful when it comes to building a further extension of yourself. When we create, whatever we create further expresses our identity and who we are as individuals. In particular, collaging is a simpler form of physical art when it comes to the process, but collage pushes you to identify pieces of yourself in everyday life. It is a way to identify what is aesthetically pleasing to you and what brings the most feeling to your body, mind and soul.

 

Jun
25
Fri
Breck Music Block Party featuring The Reminders & iZACALLi @ Upper Blue Elementary School Field
Jun 25 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Breck Music Block Party featuring The Reminders & iZACALLi @ Upper Blue Elementary School Field | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

 

This summer, Breck Music in partnership with BreckCreate will bring music and art directly to the people of Breckenridge and beyond via the Breck Music Block Parties ft. the AirStage. These small, community gatherings will occur across the various communities of Breckenridge.

Solidarity Talk Featuring Alexandria Carns @4pm

Alexandria Nicole lives in Breckenridge, with her family, and is honored to serve the community with her General Contracting Firm, called Majestic Mountain Tile & Stone, and her Property Management Company, Unforgettable Vacations LLC, devoting time as the Founding Chairwoman of The Social Equity Advisory Commission and acting as the Facilitator of the Colorado based Solidarity Talks. It is Alexandria’s aspiration to inspire change by means of her writing, motivational speaking, and equitable consulting in her community, and ultimately our nation. She believes that by encouraging inclusivity and embracing the essence of our diversity we can grow and heal collectively.

About iZCALLi

iZCALLi makes the kind of music you leave home to: melancholy folk phrases lashed to driving beats that pin the pedal to the floor — that Molotov of nostalgia and exhilaration, the immigrant song. iZCALLi represents the music of the melting pot: deeply American and knows no frontiers. The band is making waves and building bridges along the way through exhilarating live shows that celebrate tradition and kin, creating music that unites what you find with what you left behind, and opens the heart, so you know you are home.

About The Reminders

The Reminders are a rare and remarkable musical duo seamlessly blending soulful sounds and roots music with insightful messages and thoughtful lyrics. The group consists of Brussels-born emcee Big Samir and Queens-born emcee/ vocalist Aja Black, a collective creative force that’s hard to beat. Big Samir weaves intricate rhythmic patterns with a bilingual French/English flow, displaying his street-smart credibility in both his lyrics and cool demeanor. This is beautifully complimented by Aja Black’s confident delivery, diverse cadences, and unique vocal stylings. The two have an undeniable magical chemistry as they share more than lyrical abilities and stages; the couple shares a partnership in both music and life as Samir and Aja have been married for almost a decade.

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour @ Colorado Mountain College Parking Lot
Jun 25 @ 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour @ Colorado Mountain College Parking Lot | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States
 
TICKETS GO ON SALE ON 5/28/21 @ 9:00 AM
 
In 2021, you now have two ways to get your Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour fix. The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) brings you a collection of some of the most inspiring and thought-provoking action, environmental and adventure mountain films through an online virtual platform or by joining one of our two live in-person events on June 25 & 26, 2021 at a drive-in setting at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge.
 

There are four distinct virtual lineups of films and two unique live lineups to choose from. This exhilarating and provocative exploration of the mountain world features film footage from the highest peaks and other far-flung corners of the world, as well as adrenaline-packed action sports. All proceeds support BOEC’s programs for adaptive recreation and outdoor education.

For more information or questions about this event, please contact the BOEC at boec@boec.org.”

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

TICKETS:

  • Your email confirmation is not your ticket. Tickets are attached to your confirmation email as a PDF file and must be downloaded.
  • Download your ticket to your digital wallet, OR print a copy of your ticket, OR save your PDF ticket on your phone, and have the barcode ready to display upon arrival to CMC. 
  • Ensure your phone’s screen brightness is all the way up.  This will help the scanners pick up the barcode.
  • Do not rely on a screenshot of your ticket, those do not scan well and will create issues.

VEHICLE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:

  • The CMC parking lot will open at 7:30pm. Please do not arrive before then to avoid large backups on city streets. Follow signs to enter using the south-most parking lot entrance. The driveway closest to Coyne Valley Road is for EXIT ONLY.
  • You must arrive at or before 8:45pm. We will not allow entry to the parking lot after this time to ensure safety for our staff, and a timely start to the film.
  • Large pick-up trucks, vans, and SUV vehicles will be parked in the rear or along the sides of the parking lot. Any vehicle with a roof box will be parked in the back so we recommend removing those before arrival!
  • You may enjoy the film from a chair outside your vehicle, however your chairs must be within 6 feet of your vehicle and may not be placed in driving lanes
  • No engine idling. You may start your engine periodically to keep the battery fresh but run it for no more than one minute. BRING BLANKETS, as temps will drop fast once the sun sets. Ensure you turn your headlights completely off. It is not uncommon for car batteries to die during drive-in movies. Please be prepared. Staff will do their best to assist any stalled vehicles but cannot guarantee jumping your battery.
  • Once parked, you may not move your vehicle until directed to do so by staff.
  • No smoking in your vehicle. If you must smoke, please proceed to the smoking area at the event.
  • No food will be available on site, so come prepared with snacks.  Absolutely NO alcohol is allowed on CMC property as it is a dry campus.
  • In order to hear audio for the film, you will use your FM car radio. You will tune your radios to the station displayed on-screen. FM 91.9
  • Pack it in / pack it out. There will be minimal trash receptacles so please plan to take any garbage home with you in your vehicle. Please recycle and leave no trace!
Jun
26
Sat
Breck Music Block Party featuring The Reminders & iZACALLi @ Summit Education Center
Jun 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Breck Music Block Party featuring The Reminders & iZACALLi @ Summit Education Center | Silverthorne | Colorado | United States

 

This summer, Breck Music in partnership with BreckCreate will bring music and art directly to the people of Breckenridge and beyond via the Breck Music Block Parties ft. the AirStage. These small, community gatherings will occur across the various communities of Breckenridge.

Solidarity Talk Featuring Alexandria Carns @4pm

Alexandria Nicole lives in Breckenridge, with her family, and is honored to serve the community with her General Contracting Firm, called Majestic Mountain Tile & Stone, and her Property Management Company, Unforgettable Vacations LLC, devoting time as the Founding Chairwoman of The Social Equity Advisory Commission and acting as the Facilitator of the Colorado based Solidarity Talks. It is Alexandria’s aspiration to inspire change by means of her writing, motivational speaking, and equitable consulting in her community, and ultimately our nation. She believes that by encouraging inclusivity and embracing the essence of our diversity we can grow and heal collectively.

About iZCALLi

iZCALLi makes the kind of music you leave home to: melancholy folk phrases lashed to driving beats that pin the pedal to the floor — that Molotov of nostalgia and exhilaration, the immigrant song. iZCALLi represents the music of the melting pot: deeply American and knows no frontiers. The band is making waves and building bridges along the way through exhilarating live shows that celebrate tradition and kin, creating music that unites what you find with what you left behind, and opens the heart, so you know you are home.

About The Reminders

The Reminders are a rare and remarkable musical duo seamlessly blending soulful sounds and roots music with insightful messages and thoughtful lyrics. The group consists of Brussels-born emcee Big Samir and Queens-born emcee/ vocalist Aja Black, a collective creative force that’s hard to beat. Big Samir weaves intricate rhythmic patterns with a bilingual French/English flow, displaying his street-smart credibility in both his lyrics and cool demeanor. This is beautifully complimented by Aja Black’s confident delivery, diverse cadences, and unique vocal stylings. The two have an undeniable magical chemistry as they share more than lyrical abilities and stages; the couple shares a partnership in both music and life as Samir and Aja have been married for almost a decade.

Masterworks 1 – Opening Night @ Riverwalk Center
Jun 26 @ 6:00 pm
Masterworks 1 - Opening Night @ Riverwalk Center | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

Michael Stern, conductor
Henry Jenkins, violin

Program:
Anna Clyne (b. 1980)
                This Midnight Hour (2015)
Ernest Chausson (1855-1899)
                Poème for Violin & Orchestra, op.25
                Henry Jenkins, violin
-INTERMISSION-
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
                Symphony No.4 in F minor, op.36
                                I. Andante sostenuto – Moderato con anima
                                II. Andantino in modo di Canzone
                                III. Scherzo: Pizzicato ostinato. Allegro
                                IV. Finale: Allegro con fuoco

Beyond the Program with Michael Stern
After the long and isolated time that we all endured since early last year, I feel especially privileged to have the chance to contribute to the National Repertory Orchestra’s next chapter. All of the distancing, postponement and loss canceled concerts, but it did not silence the music. Rediscovering live performance, especially with such gifted young musicians, is very emotional. We could think of no better program to herald the NRO’s return than to bring back for this opening concert three powerful works which were to have been part of last summer’s canceled festival.

Henry Jenkins is also back; his canceled solo appearance from last year, as it will be for all of our featured soloists during the festival summer, is happily rescheduled here. But I thought as well about the idea of hidden stories – the impact of COVID-19 on all of us was universal, but each one of us had a different experience and a different story to tell. This program reflects that – while Anna Clyne based This Midnight Hour on two very different poems, by Juan Ramón Jiménez and Charles Baudelaire, but she explicitly avoided depicting any specific narrative; she wrote, “My intention is that it will evoke a visual journey for the listener.”

Chausson’s ravishing Poème is also based on a text, a short story titled “The Song of Triumphant Love” by Ivan Turgenev; yet similarly, the connection to the actual story became more and more hidden, without losing any of the ache or passion in the music. And throughout Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony, one of the undisputed cornerstones of late 19th century Romanticism, his turmoil in wrestling his demons animates the drama of this extraordinary music, right up to the explosive conclusion. 

In recognition and gratitude of this evening’s concert underwriters:

 Season Underwriters
Barbara and Jim Calvin
Barbara Strauss and Paul A. Finkel
Robert Follett
Robin Hadley
Anne and Bill Mills
Jana Edwards and Rick Poppe

 Series Underwriters
M.A. Deen
Helen Lemay
Kathie and Michael Massey
Samuel L. Bufford and Julia Metzger
Michael Molloy
Sally and Bruce Queen

 Concert Underwriters
Bill and Susan Gillilan

 

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour @ Colorado Mountain College Parking Lot
Jun 26 @ 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour @ Colorado Mountain College Parking Lot | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States
 
TICKETS GO ON SALE ON 5/28/21 @ 9:00 AM
 
In 2021, you now have two ways to get your Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour fix. The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) brings you a collection of some of the most inspiring and thought-provoking action, environmental and adventure mountain films through an online virtual platform or by joining one of our two live in-person events on June 25 & 26, 2021 at a drive-in setting at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge.
 

There are four distinct virtual lineups of films and two unique live lineups to choose from. This exhilarating and provocative exploration of the mountain world features film footage from the highest peaks and other far-flung corners of the world, as well as adrenaline-packed action sports. All proceeds support BOEC’s programs for adaptive recreation and outdoor education.

For more information or questions about this event, please contact the BOEC at boec@boec.org.”

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

TICKETS:

  • Your email confirmation is not your ticket. Tickets are attached to your confirmation email as a PDF file and must be downloaded.
  • Download your ticket to your digital wallet, OR print a copy of your ticket, OR save your PDF ticket on your phone, and have the barcode ready to display upon arrival to CMC. 
  • Ensure your phone’s screen brightness is all the way up.  This will help the scanners pick up the barcode.
  • Do not rely on a screenshot of your ticket, those do not scan well and will create issues.

VEHICLE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:

  • The CMC parking lot will open at 7:30pm. Please do not arrive before then to avoid large backups on city streets. Follow signs to enter using the south-most parking lot entrance. The driveway closest to Coyne Valley Road is for EXIT ONLY.
  • You must arrive at or before 8:45pm. We will not allow entry to the parking lot after this time to ensure safety for our staff, and a timely start to the film.
  • Large pick-up trucks, vans, and SUV vehicles will be parked in the rear or along the sides of the parking lot. Any vehicle with a roof box will be parked in the back so we recommend removing those before arrival!
  • You may enjoy the film from a chair outside your vehicle, however your chairs must be within 6 feet of your vehicle and may not be placed in driving lanes
  • No engine idling. You may start your engine periodically to keep the battery fresh but run it for no more than one minute. BRING BLANKETS, as temps will drop fast once the sun sets. Ensure you turn your headlights completely off. It is not uncommon for car batteries to die during drive-in movies. Please be prepared. Staff will do their best to assist any stalled vehicles but cannot guarantee jumping your battery.
  • Once parked, you may not move your vehicle until directed to do so by staff.
  • No smoking in your vehicle. If you must smoke, please proceed to the smoking area at the event.
  • No food will be available on site, so come prepared with snacks.  Absolutely NO alcohol is allowed on CMC property as it is a dry campus.
  • In order to hear audio for the film, you will use your FM car radio. You will tune your radios to the station displayed on-screen. FM 91.9
  • Pack it in / pack it out. There will be minimal trash receptacles so please plan to take any garbage home with you in your vehicle. Please recycle and leave no trace!
Jun
30
Wed
Masterworks 2 @ Riverwalk Center
Jun 30 @ 6:00 pm
Masterworks 2 @ Riverwalk Center | Breckenridge | Colorado | United States

Carl Topilow, conductor
Thomas Steigerwald, piano

Program:

Jessie Montgomery (b.1981)
            Banner, for Chamber Orchestra (2014)

Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953)
            Concerto No.2 in G minor for Piano & Orchestra, op.16
            Thomas Steigerwald, piano
                   I.    Andantino
                   II.   Scherzo: Vivace
                   III.  Intermezzo: Allegro moderato
                   IV.  Finale: Allegro tempestoso

-INTERMISSION-

Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)
            Symphony No.8 in G major, op.88
                    I.   Allegro con brio
                    II.  Adagio
                    III. Allegretto grazioso
                    IV. Allegro ma non troppo

Beyond the Program with Carl Topilow
I am excited to be presenting this colorful and varied program, featuring our pianist, Thomas Steigerwald, who is returning for his second season with the NRO. His performance in 2019 of the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #3 was truly a highlight of that season. The Prokofiev Piano Concerto #2 is one of the most virtuosic concertos in the repertoire, and Thomas’s artistry and technique will be on full display.

Jesse Montgomery is one of the most sought-after and brilliant composers of our time. This vibrant work, entitled Banner and presenting a brilliant, effervescent, and vivid tonal palette of sounds is sure to fully engage our audience. Dvorak’s Symphony #8, containing a fascinating combination of sounds of nature, the Czech countryside, and the Czech people, brings the concert to an energetic conclusion.

In recognition and gratitude of this evening’s concert underwriters:

Season Underwriters
Barbara and Jim Calvin
Barbara Strauss and Paul A. Finkel
Robert Follett
Robin Hadley
Anne and Bill Mills
Jana Edwards and Rick Poppe

Series Underwriters
M.A. Deen
Helen Lemay
Kathie and Michael Massey
Samuel L. Bufford and Julia Metzger
Michael Molloy
Sally and Bruce Queen

 Concert Underwriter
Jane King