Inspired by themes of environment and mountain culture, the Breckenridge International Festival of Arts brings together a variety of performances, installations, exhibitions, screenings, workshops, talks, and surprise collaborations, with an eclectic mix of music, theater, film, visual and street arts, and family entertainment.
Highlights of the 2019 festival include a variety of eco-minded performances and exhibitions, including new commissions by California eco-artists Daniel McCormick and Mary O’Brien, Rotterdam-based Sicilian artist Giuseppe Licari and Danish artist and designer Thomas Dambo returns to Breckenridge to create a new wooden troll sculpture.
In addition to BIFA’s trail concerts and installations, open-air cinematic events and riverside yoga with live music, the festival will also present the renowned vertical dance company BANDALOOP. Known for their awe-inspiring aerial artistry in public spaces around the world, the company will present a series of site-reactive performances in and around Breckenridge, including a premiere work on a 14,000-foot ionic Colorado Rocky Mountain.
TREE-O FEATURES THREE MUSICIANS — CELLIST RUSSICK SMITH, VIOLINIST KAREN LAUFFER AND MANDOLINIST KEVIN LARKIN – IN A SERIES OF FREE CONCERTS HELD IN THE FOREST FOR BRECKENRIDGE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS.