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Feb 04 Saturday
Enjoy a date night or a family evening of classical music.
Lander Performing Arts Presents Wyoming Symphony's Brass Quintet on Saturday, February 4th at 7pm at the Lander Valley High school Auditorium. Night of ticket sales will open at 5:30, doors will open at 6:30.
The Wyoming Symphony Orchestra will be featuring their brass quintet to Lander that highlights two trumpet performers, one horn, one trombonist, and one tuba.
Deacon Brown out of Laramie, Wyo., will play original and traditional blues. The band consists of Mike Brown on lead guitar, Eric Wiltse on acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals, and Birgit Burke on washboard, mandolin and vocals. Special guest Debby Wiltse on vocals.
Feb 05 Sunday
Basil Vendryes and William David: Sunday, February 5, 2023 at 2:30 P.M. in Central High School Auditorium. Working on recording their 3rd CD, Basil Vendryes and William David combine their virtuosity on viola and piano to delight audiences across Colorado and into Wyoming. This concert will be based on music by American composers. Both Basil and William are professional musicians in Denver, CO. Tickets are $5 for students, $20 for adults/seniors and $50 for an entire family, and are available at the door, through www.sewyoconcerts.org or by calling 214-7076.
Feb 09 Thursday
Our first of a monthly series. In the early evening, local singer-songwriters will get together at the venue to workshop their new material. After the workshop we’ll hold a performance including short sets by the local songwriters, comedy, and a full set from a featured artist who we will be showcasing.
Feb 10 Friday
Take3 ignites the WYO stage Friday February 10 at 7pm. With a flair for the wild and unexpected, the genre-defying trio, TAKE3, brings the refinement of a rigorous classical music background and infuses it with rock-star charisma. Trained at the world’s top conservatories, TAKE3 has expanded their repertoire from Bach and Beethoven to Bieber and The Beach Boys.
Known for their infectious and down to earth onstage personalities, this threesome leaves their indelible mark on captivated crowds around the country performing their arrangements of top pop hits, Americana, and their signature classical mashups. And their sure to make their mark at the WYO February 10 – don’t miss it!
Feb 11 Saturday
The Cheyenne Dance Club is a non-profit club dedicated to the preservation of Big Band Music and Ballroom Dancing.
Come join us for a fun filled evening of listening and dancing pleasure to the sound of the Dekette Big Band in the Wyoming Room, at Little America Hotel and Resort.
Not sure how to dance, take advantage of this month’s pre dance class offering in: Basic Argentine Tango for Beginners, with Michelle Ordes and David Urquidez from 5:15 PM to 6PM.
Treat yourself or that special someone to a Dance Lesson, Dinner and Dance all for one price or choose our ala carte attendance offers:
Pricing:Dance only: $40.00 a couple, $20.00 for singlesDance Lesson Only: $5.00 per person (does not include the dance)Dinner and Dance $96.00 a couple, $48.00 for singles (dance lesson free with any dinner meal purchase) (Meal Choices: London broil, Oven Roasted Chicken or Vegetarian)
Meal reservations are required by February 6, 2023 at 6:00 PM
For more information or dinner reservations contact: David Urquidez at 630-6093 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dusty7hr@gmail.com
Feb 17 Friday
Experience The Everly Brothers at the WYO Friday February 17 at 7pm. Featuring the Zmed Brothers, The Everly Brothers Experience pays rock & roll homage to the pioneers themselves, Don & Phil Everly.
Since 2016, brothers Zachary and Dylan Zmed along with their partner and drummer Burleigh Drummond, have celebrated the pivotal music and history of The Everly Brothers legacy with enthusiastic crowds all across the US and over-seas in prestigious venues. They say, “the music of the 50's and 60's are nostalgic for us, our parents raised us on it, and we feel that the Everly's contribution is greatly overlooked, especially by younger generations. Our aim is not to impersonate but to do our best in honoring the aesthetics of their iconic sound and in honoring the important role they played in pioneering the rock n' roll movement, all while having a little fun sharing our own personal story.”
The Everly brothers career lasted over half a century, recording 21 studio albums and selling more than 60 million records world-wide. The Brothers had over 30 billboard top -100 singles and influenced countless legendary artist that came after them.
Experience The Everly Brothers in a whole new way at the WYO February 17!
Feb 18 Saturday
Participating local businesses will provide TASTEs from their menus in a casual "tasting fair" atmosphere, and compete for "favorite" in various food and beverage categories. The community will have the opportunity to TOAST our local chefs, bakers, brewers, and makers of the delicious foods and beverages that we have right here in Laramie while enjoying music, a silent auction, and other activities. This exciting new fundraiser provides financial support for the incredible service that Hospice of Laramie provides to Laramie and surrounding areas and replaces Hospice's long-running FeBREWary event.
Participating local businesses will provide TASTEs from their menus in a casual "tasting fair" atmosphere, and compete for "favorite" in various food and beverage categories. The community will have the opportunity to TOAST our local chefs, bakers, brewers, and makers of the delicious foods and beverages that we have right here in Laramie while enjoying live music, a silent auction, and community building. This exciting new fundraiser replaces Hospice's long-running FeBREWary event.
Feb 19 Sunday
Don’t miss Kathy Mattea and Suzy Bogguss when they appear on the WYO Stage together (at last) Sunday February 19 at 4pm.
Mattea and Bogguss have each carved out careers in popular music with country chart hits spanning two decades. Suzy’s “Outbound Plane”, “Aces”, and “Someday Soon” are among the many songs beloved by country music fans around the world, as are “Where’ve You Been?”, “455 Rocket”, and “Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses” from Kathy’s deep well of material. Friends since their early days in Nashville, they had only found a few opportunities to collaborate musically, notably with “Teach Your Children”, their Grammy-nominated track from 1994’s “Red, Hot + Country” compilation. They have “threatened” for years, and their many fans have clamored for this pairing. Now, sporting new material developed for the tour, armed with 2 careers worth of stories and more hits than they can fit……..Kathy & Suzy are “Together At Last” and performing at the WYO Theater!