Tyrannosaurus Sue: A Cretaceous Concerto

Presented by Bravo! Vail

April 7, 2018 4:00 pm

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  • Free Child
  • $5 Adult
Tyrannosaurus Sue: A Cretaceous Concerto
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Tyrannosaurs Sue: A Cretaceous Concerto
Presented by Bravo! Vail
Bravo! Vail Spring Family Concert

Recommended for ages six and up

A special Bravo! Vail family event! Follow Sue, the world famous T-rex, on her journey from birth to old age. Searching for food, frolicking with friends, battling a triceratops – it’s an action-packed musical adventure set 70 million years ago. Renowned composer and narrator Bruce Adolphe joins 13 instrumentalists from New York City’s Ensemble Connect for this prehistoric concerto! This fun and engaging performance will be followed by an instrument petting zoo and other activities provided by Walking Mountains Science Center.

Entertaining to people of all ages, Tyrannosaurus Sue resonates especially with young audiences ages 6 and up.

This program was created by the brilliant Director of Family Programs at The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Bruce Adolphe.  It will be performed by the Bravo! Vail 2018 Chamber Musicians in Residence, Ensemble Connect—a unique program out of New York City comprised of the finest young professional classical musicians in the nation.

This Spring Family Concert is sponsored by Eva-Marie and Ray Berry and The Paiko Foundation, Slifer Smith & Frampton Foundation, T0wn of Gypsum, U.S. Bank, and Carole A. Watters

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Tickets:  Child FREE /  Adult $5

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