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2016/17 Season Draws to a Close' JUNK

2016/17 Season Draws to a Close

We started the season with a simple message of encouragement, “Find Your Center.”  Judging by attendance, feedback, involvement and participation, many of you did just that! As our 2016/17 performing arts season draws to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on what an amazing year it’s been. For those of you […]

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Borromeo String Quartet Returns' JUNK

Borromeo String Quartet Returns

For 11 years, Borromeo has been in residency at Colorado State University and captivating its audiences with their contemporary take on classical music. “Only a few groups in the world can do what the Borromeo achieve; it’s an honor to be a part of that experience here at CSU,” said Ron Francois, coordinator of strings […]

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Pippin Dazzles with Cirque-like Charm' JUNK

Pippin Dazzles with Cirque-like Charm

Pippin made its Broadway debut in 1972 with an original cast featuring stars like Ben Vereen. 45 years later, it’s among the longest running Broadway musicals, with a revival headed to the Lincoln Center April 27-29. Pippin started as short original musical production created by Stephen Schwartz (composer of Wicked and Godspell), but Pippin didn’t take its first real […]

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The Passion of Malambo' JUNK

The Passion of Malambo

The Boston Globe calls Che Malambo “dance with a power and passion that builds into a kind of ecstasy,” and the Lincoln Center is proud to present a rare chance to see this Argentinian cultural treasure April 13, 2017. Through dance and song, Che Malambo tells the story of the South American gaucho — a migratory horseman or […]

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A Bona Fide Member of the Country Club' JUNK

A Bona Fide Member of the Country Club

Like his first hit song, “Country Club” will tell you, Travis Tritt is a lifelong member of the country music club. Having taught himself how to play the guitar when he was eight, and after working his way through the Atlanta bar scene, his dedication to the craft is just one of the reasons fans […]

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Leahy Family Captivates' JUNK

Leahy Family Captivates

Building on over three generations of Leahy musicianship, Doug Leahy, together with his wife Jennifer and their children, are keeping those traditions alive through music, song, and dance. And they’ll be doing that at the Lincoln Center on April 8th, 2017. “This family brings pure joy!” said world-renowned fiddler, Nathalie McMaster. “With their amazing, natural […]

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The Lincoln Center Wedding Show Is Coming Up!' JUNK

The Lincoln Center Wedding Show Is Coming Up!

Every year, the Lincoln Center hosts some of the most beautiful weddings you can experience in Northern Colorado. As such, we are excited to be bringing back our popular wedding show back this year on April 9th, 2017! To make sure your wedding is everything you want to be, we have collected the best vendors around […]

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Clint Black is Back' JUNK

Clint Black is Back

Clint Black returns to the Lincoln Center on March 24th. The country megastar will be playing songs from his newest album On Purpose as well as all the hits you know and love. When Black released On Purpose, his first full-length album of new songs in a decade, he did it on his own terms. During Black’s […]

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Making Arts Education a Reality' JUNK

Making Arts Education a Reality

What happens when you combine history and science with puppets? How about fractions and geometry with hip hop dance?  What happens when you combine professional artists, excited students, caring teachers, enthusiastic administrators, and generous donors? You get compelling, exciting, fun, interesting, and meaningful arts education presentations provided by the Lincoln Center Support League –  that’s what! […]

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Learning from The Master' JUNK

Learning from The Master

Passionate about music education, Sir James Galway has worked tirelessly to promote the arts and pass on the experience and knowledge he’s gained as a professional flutist to others. He himself started playing on a borrowed flute as a young boy in Belfast before he would eventually hit the international stage as one of the most well-known […]

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