High Country Sinfonia’s latest concert, “Con Dolce Espressione”, is this weekend, Oct. 19-22. Members of this volunteer orchestra will perform works by Kaija Saariaho, Gustav Mahler and Johann Sebastian Bach, with highly-acclaimed soprano Beth Noble joined by tenor Katie Hone-Wiltgen and bass David Parker to sing Bach’s “Coffee Cantata” in English. Flautist Shelley Warren accompanies “Dolce Tormento” by Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho. And Gustav Mahler’s lyrical “Adagietto” will display the deep study of Camille Backman. Catch the show: Oct. 19, 7pm at St. Vincent Catholic Church in Basalt (250 Midland Ave); Oct. 21, 7pm at the Glenwood Vaudeville Revue; Oct. 22, 4pm at the Christ Episcopal Church in Aspen (536 West North Street). Admission is free with a suggested donation of $20. Rehearsal photo by Raleigh Burleigh