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Mountain Mayhem: Jazz Aspen Snowmass

May Selby
Special to The Aspen Times
Perfect summer weather for a weekend of live music.
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It was a spirited weekend in Snowmass for the 32nd season of Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience. The conditions were perfect for an outdoor festival, which sold out well in advance with what was an energetic crowd in attendance. As a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, the mission of Jazz Aspen Snowmass is to present and preserve jazz and related forms of music through world-class events, performances and education programs. Learn about upcoming events and more at jazzaspensnowmass.org.

Emily Alexander and Matt Hecht of Snowmass Village.
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Pat Cooper and Mary Virginia Reid on a mother-daughter outing to JAS.
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Doug Leibinger, Colleen Claire Irvin, Rebecca Leibinger and Alex Irvin.
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Chris Thomsen and Tim Emling working the bar in style with Western flair.
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Billy and Alex Boyd out and about for Jazz Aspen Snowmass.
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Mary Scanlon and Kimmy Kim Natalani having a ball at the Friday night show.
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Leon Bridges as the main act on Friday night.
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John and Deborah Scott looking hip.
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Jesse Phillips, bass player for St. Paul & the Broken Bones, poses for a pic with Jazz Aspen’s chief photographer, Steve Mundinger.
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Activities & Events

Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass to start fall lectures

Anderson Ranch Arts Center’s new fall lecture series will run weekly from Oct. 20 through Dec. 6. The lineup consists of artists nationwide who will be spending one to three weeks at the ranch completing projects within their area of expertise and exploring new work in the studios.



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