Music Hike II:
Just Breath(e)

Music Hike II:
Just Breath(e)


Sep 01 2024


7:30 am



$80 (Includes fees)


Moab Wilderness
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  • Event Description
  • Artists & Program
  • Important Details

Flutist and program curator Catherine Gregory, percussionist Ian Rosenbaum, and soprano Ariadne Greif, explore the relationship of sound, breath, and life through a collection of newly written miniatures by a diverse array of composers. The human voice and percussion join the flute to fashion a trio of the world’s oldest instruments in this theatrically conceived program, Just Breath(e).

Works by Timo Andres, Clarice Assad, Kinan Azmeh, Juhi Bansal, Viet Cuong, Ellis Ludwig-Leone, Diane Monroe and Matthew Evan Taylor are intertwined with specially arranged works by Raven Chacon, Chris Cerrone, and Kevin Puts that play on the same theme.

About the venue: A guided scenic hike at a private ranch leads concert-goers to enjoy music chosen to fit the setting. Among our most popular events, these scenic hikes offer unparalleled musical intimacy and engagement with festival artists. Click the Important Details tab above for more information. 

Artists & Program



  • Kinan Azmeh: Nafas
  • Timo Andres: Memory
  • Juhi Bansal: Spaces Between
  • Ellis Ludwig-Leone: Free Dive
  • Clarice Assad: Just Breathe
  • Viet Cuong: Streamline
  • Raven Chacon: 
    • For Barbara Croall
    • For Carmina Escobar
    • Untitled
  • Christopher Cerrone: To Breath
  • Matthew Evan Taylor: 27 Breaths
  • Kevin Puts: Air
  • Diane Monroe: A memory
  • Evan Premo: Inside the breath
  • Couperin: Les Barricades Mystérieuses
  • J.S. Bach: Air from Orchestral Suite no. 3 
  • Beatles arr. Berio: Yesterday

Important Details

Check-in and free concert shuttle location: Aarchway Inn (1551 N Riverview Dr)—parking is located on the north side of the building.

Free parking at check-in; no parking at the trailhead

Concert location: Undisclosed location. Scenic, outdoor, wilderness setting

Check in time: 7:45 am

Shuttle Bus Departure: 8:00 am

Expected Return: 1:00 pm. End time may vary.

Ages 12 +

This hike requires a moderate level of stamina, agility, and comfort with uneven footing, exposure to sun and other environmental factors

No pets allowed

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Free parking at check-in; no private vehicles allowed at the trailhead

Comfortable outdoor clothing for a desert environment is recommended. Hiking/trail shoes are required. Hiking poles are welcome. Sunscreen and a hat are recommended.

The hike portion of this event is in partnership with Canyonlands Field Institute

Program, artists, and concert locations are subject to change without notice

Please arrive with your water bottles full and hydrate throughout the day

Pack a trail snack, if desired

Non-refundable tickets: $80 ($75 ticket + $5 third-party processing and credit card fee)

Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable

Program, artists and locations are subject to change without notice


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