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ken | Culture in the Vail Valley | July 27, 2012

John Giovando remembers the moment as though it were yesterday. At the time, Giovando, an attorney with a love of classical music, was General Director of New Mexico’s Music from Angel Fire. He and acclaimed violinist, Ida Kavafian had also established a successful chamber music festival with musicians from Music from Angel Fire. “I was […]

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ken | Culture in the Vail Valley | January 3, 2012

Heaven probably looks a whole lot like Vail, Colorado. Glorious mountains with stunning vistas, charming architecture reminiscent of a Bavarian village, an abundance of scrumptious restaurants and cafés – and when you add jazz on top of all that, Vail is surely a place to spend eternity. The 17th annual Vail Jazz Festival is a […]

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ken | Culture in the Vail Valley | June 13, 2011

Vail Valley Arts & Culture scene fuels local economy The allure of the beautiful Vail Valley in winter is undeniable. With 2.5 million skier days and only about 50,000 residents, it’s clear that the beautiful Colorado winters bring plenty of people to the Valley, and with them, their tourist dollars. Tourism is the largest sector […]

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