Columbine Inn & Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
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... the first! Alma helped me out a lot on my piece, helping me with more energy and more definitive gestures and characters to portray. It was a really great thing and i was glad that I was able to be a part of that masterclass.
Friday night was our first performance, which every friday takes place at the St. James Episcopal Church in Taos. The church is beautiful and the best thing, A REAL PIANO! Finally, we weren't trying to battle with the electric keyboard! We listened to ...
... We will have a voice hearing in which the Institute faculty members will hear one piece of our choice. It is a chance for them to get to hear us and to place us in certain ensemble pieces that we will be rehearsing and performing. I am going to be singing my german piece from the opera "Fidelio" and Oliver is going to sing his english piece from "The Rakes Progress". Wish us luck, we will definitely need it!
... Sean and mommy went back to the condo for quiet time. Daddy and Ryan did some more skiing. It got really warm today, and the snow started getting a little slushy. Next, we all went outside at the condo to build a snowman, and have a snowball fight. The kids had a great time. After dinner, mommy and daddy got all packed up so ...
... High Road" to Taos – or the back roads through small towns with a ton of art galleries. I think every other house on this road was an art gallery. How do they make enough money? I did not see the crowds knocking down any doors. A gallery was lucky if they had one car in front. Since Pooh is not that into art we did not stop at any. I figured if I wanted to see some art, I’d check out the galleries in Taos or Santa Fe. I’m sure there were some finds out here but ...
I really believe you haven’t been to New Mexico until you’ve
seen Taos Pueblo, a place I find completely fascinating. I visited once before
with my parents on a trip from Colorado to New Mexico in 1999 but was eager to
see it again on this trip. The gist is that Taos Pueblo is believed to be the
oldest continuously inhabited place in the United States, a village at the edge