Ani DiFranco at Strings Pavilion, February 2020
Danielle Zimmerer Photography


In the meantime, here are some Strings-worthy performances and activities you can enjoy from home.
Moxie Strings #Quarantunes
We just enjoyed their company on the Strings stage, celebrating a year of Strings School Days mentorship with Steamboat Springs Middle School's 7th and 8th grade bands and the Emerald Mountain School's Orchestra. Read all about it in the Steamboat Pilot here .

For their pre-St. Paddy's Day #Quarantunes concert, Diana & Ali donned their best slippers for an intimate basement concert. Expect all the playfulness, educational content, and exceptional music they always deliver! Click to view this fun 54-minute Facebook concert.
Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn to pay tribute to John Prine tonight
5pm (MDT) Friday 4/10: Live from Nashville, Béla and Abby continue their weekly tradition of pajama-clad, intimate, homegrown 1-hour performances (and hilarity). Catch it streaming free on Facebook . This week they'll include a special nod to their friend and neighbor, the late, great John Prine.
Jake Shimabukuro Live from Hawaii
7pm (MDT) Friday 4/10:  Make it a double-header with this live Facebook concert streamed from Hawaii : Jake Shimabukuro brings ukulele virtuosity from his beach to yours.
"A Hope for the Future"
Written as a tribute to the frontline heroes around the globe, health care specialists dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, this 5-minute trumpet performance features Strings Music Director Michael Sachs. 
For the Kids: Justin Roberts "Stuck at Home"
One of last year's featured Youth Concert performers, Justin has a knack for engaging kids of all ages. On his activity page you'll find instructions for making a shoebox guitar , creating your own musical scavenger hunts , and everything aspiring young musicians need to host their own home concert.
"Ode to Joy"
Colorado Symphony came together digitally to perform this brief taste of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony .

Featured performers who have graced the stage with the Strings Festival Orchestra include Owen Levine, Cathy Peterson, Michael Thornton, and Justin Bartels.
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