30th Anniversary Season of the Sun Valley Summer Symphony
VOTED THIRD YEAR IN A ROW
THE VALLEY BEST PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
July 28th - August 19th.
at the age of 30, the Sun Valley Summer Symphony has passed swiftly
through its adolescence to become a mature orchestral force, attracting
the most sought-after soloists of our time. With free year-round music
education programs complimenting free-admission concerts, the Sun Valley
Summer Symphony has claimed a place of world-class status in the North
American classical music scene. But, what really sets it apart is the
audience’s affectionate rapport with the musicians, nurtured by Music
Director Alasdair Neale, and felt by every artist who performs with the
Sun Valley Summer Symphony.
Sun Valley Center Summer Concert Series
This season, the Sun Valley Summer Symphony celebrates being 30 years young with
eclectic programming, dynamic guest artists, and at its core, the
all-star Sun Valley Summer Symphony orchestra. Be a part of it – every
concert is a reason to celebrate!
The Sun Valley Center for the Arts amazing Summer Concert Series continues again this summer with four great concerts scheduled for this summer. All the performers are amazing in their own right plus have that little extra that makes them unforgettable. All concerts are at the River Run lift area. Get there early to stake out your spot, bring your blanket, chairs and picnic; enjoy a wonderful night of music under the stars. For tickets and information please visit the center website at www.sunvalleycenter.org.
The Head & The Heart
Friday, August 29, 7:00 pm
The Head & The Heart is an indie folk-rock band from Seattle. They
came together in 2009 through a series of open mic nights at the Conor
Byrne pub in Old Ballard. They scored two a #1 single with their song
“Lost in My Mind” and they’ve opened for Vampire Weekend, The
Decemberists and more, and are on the ascent.
The Head & The Heart will be opened by San Fermin
San Fermin is the work of Brooklyn composer and songwriter Ellis
Ludwig-Leone. He focuses on life's top-shelf issues – youth, nostalgia,
anxiety, unrequited love – and ties these vast themes to different
characters through vocal contributions from longtime friend Allen Tate,
as well as Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of Lucius. The eight-member live
outfit is comprised of Allen Tate and Rae Cassidy, lead vocals; Rebekah
Durham, vocals/violin; Stephen Chen, saxophone; John Brandon, trumpet;
Mike Hanf, drums; Tyler McDiarmid, guitar; and Ellis Ludwig-Leone,
Wagon Days Labor Day Celebration August 27 - September 1st
Welcome to yesteryear. Please join us Labor Day weekend as Ketchum
celebrates the days before railroads or automobiles reached the town.
Come to Main Street and watch the largest parade in the
country without motorized vehicles. Basque dancers, marching bands and
western cowboys travel by horse, mule or foot – anything goes as long as
there is no motor.
Enjoy a pancake breakfast in Town Square, a bareback riding
demonstration, an arts and crafts festival, and an antique fair. Shop at
our boutiques and art galleries. Go for a walk or a bike ride in the
Whatever you do, you’ll have a chance to experience Idaho history and a wonderful weekend. For information and schedule of events please visit www.wagondays.org.
Sun Valley Gallery Association Gallery Walks
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Locals and visitors alike are welcome to take in thought-provoking exhibitions of newly installed art, enjoy wine, mingle with
friends and often meet with featured artists during the ever-popular gallery
Broschofsky Gallery, Frederic Boloix Fine Art, Friesen Gallery, Gail Severn Gallery, Gallery DeNovo, Gilman Contemporary, Harvey Art
Projects USA, Kneeland Gallery, Wood River Fine Arts and the Sun Valley Center
for the Arts.
August 29, Friday
October 10, Friday
November 28, Friday
December 27, Saturday