Naturally Mahler: Adventure Walk at 9:30AM - SOLD OUT

Saturday, July 23 | 9:30AM


This walking tour/lecture explores Mahler's love of the mountains and details the many ways that nature made its way into his music, guided by Gabryel Smith, Director of Archives and Exhibitions for the New York Philharmonic, with live musical illustrations by The Westerlies along the way. The walk is roughly 40 minutes - please dress comfortably for walking on outdoor trails.

Tickets for this Inside The Music event are $10 per person.

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    $10

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  • July

    23

    Saturday

    9:30 AM


    Inside the Music

    Naturally Mahler: Adventure Walk at 9:30AM - SOLD OUT

    SOLD OUT

    This event is now SOLD OUT. 

    9:30AM

    đź“Ť Vail Nature Center

    Inside The Music offers informative talks and masterclasses to give background and expert insights into the music performed at Bravo! Vail Music Festival. This Inside The Music is presented in partnership with Walking Mountains Science Center. 

    From 1893 until the end of his life, Gustav Mahler spent most of his summers composing in the Austrian Alps. He even constructed small huts as composing retreats that were designed to bring him as close as possible to nature—his constant, lifelong inspiration—and interspersed his hours of composing work with long hikes through his favorite Bohemian landscapes. This walking tour/lecture explores Mahler’s love of the mountains and details the many ways that nature made its way into his music, guided by Gabryel Smith, Director of Archives and Exhibitions for the New York Philharmonic, with live musical illustrations by select musicians along the way.

    Adventure walks are roughly 40 minutes. Please dress comfortably for walking outdoors on trails. 

    Tickets for this Inside The Music event are $10 per person.