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Aspen Music Festival locals passes on sale

Aspen Music Festival and School music director Robert Spano, photographed last summer with the Aspen Festival Orchestra. The festival's 2017 season was announced Thursday.
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The Aspen Music Festival and School’s “Locals Pass” is now on sale, with discounted prices and the lowest available for the summer’s concerts featuring stars like Renee Fleming, Sarah Chang, Edgar Meyer and Yefim Bronfman.

The passes are available to anyone with a Colorado driver’s license or state-issued identification with a Roaring Fork Valley address. The pass is $60 and includes deeply discounted or free admission to Music Fest events all summer long.

Passholders can purchase tickets for as many as six concerts, including Sunday Aspen Festival Orchestra concerts for $30 (marked down from $82), Friday Aspen Chamber Symphony concerts for $20 (discounted from $80) or any other regularly scheduled concert or Opera Scenes Master Class for $15.

The pass includes four free admissions to dress rehearsals or instrumental master classes.

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This year’s pass also includes free entry to the U.S. premiere of Luke Bedford’s chamber opera, “Seven Angels,” and/or a fully staged opera production of Mozart’s “La clemenza di Tito” for $20 (discounts from $50).

Some restrictions apply. Visit aspen​musicfestival.com or call the AMFS box office at 970-925-9042 for more information.

You can also find a complete list of events at the website. The season begins June 29 and runs through Aug. 20. AMFS has compiled Spotify playlists to allow fans to preview music.


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