Classical Guitar Virtuoso March 19, Groove-Oriented Bluegrass April 1, Jazzy Singer-Songwriter/Guitarist April 8

Aaron Larget-Caplan photographed by Paul Marotta

Aaron Larget-Caplan is a riveting artist whose musical styling begs immediate attention. His classical guitar performance was a treasure,” is what a Washington Post critic said, and San Luis Valley audiences will have a chance to find that treasure courtesy of the Alamosa Live Music Assoc. (ALMA), When Larget-Caplan performs Sat., March 19, 6pm, at Adams State College’s Leon Memorial Hall, on Richardson Ave. near 2nd St. in Alamosa.

Tickets are now on sale at the Narrow Gauge Newsstand on the corner of Main St. and State Ave. in Alamosa, $10 for ALMA members, $12 for the general public, and $5 for students, seniors, and Americorps and other full-time volunteers. The Colorado West School of Performing Arts and Celtic Fire are no longer offering $5 off tickets to their show the same evening with purchased Aaron Larget-Caplan tickets.

The Infamous Stringdusters jamming on stage.

Their unmatched virtuosity has enabled the Infamous Stringdusters to take acoustic music to a completely new level. Extended improvisation makes every performance completely unique. The Stringdusters play Fri., April 01, 7:30pm, at the Adams State College theatre in Alamosa. Tickets are $15 in advance, $17 at the door, with two-dollar discounts for ALMA members, available at the Narrow Gauge Newsstand, and are already selling quickly. If there are any seats left, tickets will be available to students, seniors, and Americorps and other full-time volunteers for $7 at the door 15 minutes before show time.

Look for more information here soon about upcoming concerts, such as Billboard Magazine award recipient, ASC alum, singer/songwriter and guitarist Laurie Dameron, April 8 at Milagros Coffeehouse.

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