Blue Sage Center for the Arts: February 2019

February Final Friday Frolics “Fiber”: Come check out the Blue Sage March gallery exhibit “Fiber,” February 22nd from 5-7pm at Blue Sage in Paonia. There will be a meet and greet with the artists. Stop in or contact us at or 970-527-7243 for more information.

Sage Stage: Immediately following the March gallery exhibit opening we will be hosting our Sage Stage Open Mic Nite. Get your music, poem, dance etc. ready and come in from 7-9pm Friday February 22nd at the Blue Sage in Paonia. Sign up to reserve a stop: or 970-527-7243, or stop in at the Sage.

Mardi Gras “Fat Tuesday on Saturday” February 23rd from 6-8:30pm at Blue Sage in Paonia. Beta Sigma Phi’s “Tools 4 Schools” fundraiser benefiting North Fork Valley kids in need. Food, music, contests and so much more! Tickets are 20$ ($25 at the door). Call Jackie at 526-4585 for more information.

Blue Sage is looking for artists to add to our new and improved Gift Shop. We are particularly interested in Christmas/Holiday Ornaments. Please contact or 970-527-7243 for more information.

Modern Music Festival: March 1st and 2nd, 7:30pm at Blue Sage in Paonia. March 1st will be the World Premiere of “The River Whispers” composed by Angel Lam, performed by Hub New Music Ensemble and Kojiro Umezaki. March 2nd will be “Soul House” with performances by Hub New Music Ensemble and Susan Ellinger. Contact us at or 970-527-7243 for more information.

On Friday evening, Hub and Kojiro Umezaki will perform new works for quartet and shakuhachi flute and the world premiere of a new work by award-winning composer Angel Lam. In collaboration with Western Slope Conservation Center Lam’s work will explore themes of humanity’s relationship with nature working together to restore and protect habitat. Visual images and footage from WSCC will be juxtaposed with poetic descriptions of historic Colorado to create a nostalgic and exhilarating musical world evoking nature’s pristine beauty.

Tickets available here for Friday concert:

On Saturday evening, Hub will present ‘Soul House’, a new work by Robert Honstein exploring memory and childhood nostalgia. On the second half of the program, Hub will be joined by the Artistic Director Susan Ellinger in a performance of Kati Agocs’ quintet Immutable Dreams. Agocs is a Guggenheim award-winning composer.

Tickets available here for Saturday concert:

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