MinTze Wu

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    Sage VOICES Theatre Project begins with a kiss

    The Sage VOICES Project is a 12-week intergenerational artistic project that combines storytelling and devised theater.

    Produced by The VOICES Project, a Carbondale-based nonprofit arts education organization, the collaboration intentionally brings together stories by “sage” and youth participants.

    The inspiration for MinTze Wu’s first production since joining VOICES as the… read more →

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    Handel’s Messiah: A seasonal shared experience

    For the 46th year, without pause, Aspen Choral Society’s production of George Frideric Handel’s Messiah, composed in 1741, returns to audiences throughout the Roaring Fork Valley.

    Which isn’t to say the show returns unchanged. In her second year as concertmaster, MinTze Wu is refining the baroqueread more →

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    True Nature celebrates 15 years at The Crystal Jubilee

    A stunning fall morning set the tone for a festive and inspiring day at True Nature Healing Arts as they hosted The Crystal Jubilee, a “renaissance of the awakened mind,” celebrating True Nature’s 15-year anniversary.

    Founded in 2007 by Eaden and Deva Shantay, True Nature isread more →

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    New VOICES executive director focuses on community through art

    There is no question that MinTze Wu is a mover and a shaker. In the 4.5 years she’s lived in Carbondale, Wu has become a familiar name on the Roaring Fork Valley arts scene. She has been a curator and performer in Carbondale Arts’ Garden Music Series, concertmaster of the… read more →

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    The not-so-secret Garden Music Series

    It’s summertime in the Roaring Fork Valley. This means festivals galore, monsoonal rains (we hope) and a new tradition — the Garden Music Series. The collaboration between Carbondale Arts and MinTze Wu was born from a necessity, a “collective craving for being together and just listening to music,”read more →

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    Women’s Voices project returns with ‘Wetlands’

    Local nonprofit VOICES will premier their upcoming project, “Wetlands,” at the Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC) building on April 29 at 7:30 p.m. The show is repeated on April 30 at the same time and on May 1 at 6 p.m. A final performance will be held at the Wheeler… read more →