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By Laura Moore
Special to The PREVIEW
A free concert series takes place under the lights on the dance floor at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, and while folding chairs will be provided, if you want a guaranteed seat, you may have to bring your own. No outside food or drink is allowed; a cash bar and full meal concessions will be available for purchase. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. for a 7 p.m. start time.
July 8 — Tim Sullivan Band is a local favorite. Sullivan leads the hottest country dance band in southwest Colorado with “more charisma and energy than any one performer should be allowed to possess.”
July 22 — Ron Ivory and One on One are back by popular demand, playing soul, rhythm and blues, old school classics, funk and Motown — it is a lively show that will keep you on your feet dancing all night.
Aug. 5 — See Creede Repertory Theatre Orchestra resident band blow the roof off. Led by music director Joe Montelione, the CRT orchestra is a five-piece jazz ensemble of some of the finest young musicians from across the country. This concert will feature a wide variety of old standards from the golden age of jazz, as well as newly arranged songs from musicals with a jazz twist. Catch these young instrumentalists before they’re famous and you have to wait in line at Carnegie Hall.
Aug. 19 — Voyage à Paris — Opera soprano Margaret Ozaki and pianist Mallory Bernstein on Love and Life in the City of Lights, featuring the works of Puccini, Poulenc, Porter and others.