FREE Holiday Concert

For Immediate Release

For further information contact:
Mike Peters
Phone: (719) 738-1071

Spanish Peaks Community Foundation and Fox Theatre Walsenburg to host FREE holiday music concert featuring the Wonderful Walsenburg Wurlitzer on Friday, November 27th, 4:30 PM at 715 Main Street, Walsenburg, Colorado. Proceeds benefit the Fox Theatre Building Fund.

Holiday music performed on the 90-year-old theatrical pipe organ, piano and cello by Colorado artist Bob Flinn, Eva Cavaillé-Coll and Brendan O’Donoghue. Bob Flinn will be discussing the organ and future improvements after the concert.

Doors open at 4:00 PM. Holiday treats including hot chocolate and hot cider available for purchase at the concession stand.

We welcome you to stay after the concert for a front-row seat to watch the Walsenburg Parade of Lights which starts at 6:00 PM.

Following the Walsenburg Parade of Lights, please join us for “Woodlawn (PG)”. A story right out of today’s headlines. Tickets are $5 Adults, $4 Students and $3 Children (3-5). More information available at


Bob Flinn started playing theatrical pipe organs in 1981. As a member of the Pikes Peak Area Theatre Organ Society, Bob plays two organs in Denver and three in Colorado Springs. Bob plays old favorites, light jazz, Broadway songs, modern music, gospel and hymns, singalongs, light classics and ballads and blues. Bob has more than 750 in his repertoire.

Eva Cavaillé-Coll began to experiment with piano music in her early 20’s and quickly discovered her formidable natural talent as a musician. Wasting little time, she relocated to Connecticut to be trained in harmony and counterpoint under the tutelage of bassist Dorothy Stearns. In 2012 she moved to Colorado Springs and became involved in The Pikes Peak Area Theatre Organ Society.

Eval is exceptionally gifted in the art of classical style improvisation, composition, and finds inspiration in the works of Beethoven especially, focusing on his cycle of 32 piano sonatas as her core repertoire. She is currently making her mark in concert halls as a solo artist, and as a chamber music ensemble musician.

Brendan O’Donoghue grew up in Massachusetts where he first turned his ear to classical music after discovering the ballet music of Copland and Stravinsky. Since launching his freelance career in the Front Range, Brendan has performed in innumerable musical situations including dance bands, jazz ensembles, orchestras, world music and chamber recitals such as the one you are attending. Combining his distinctive wit with the power of his understated melodic sense, each of his performances leaves an indelible impression on the audience.

For more information on the concert please call Mike Peters (719) 738-1071 or

The Spanish Peaks Community Foundation greatly appreciates all financial donations, no matter how small. Every dollar donated helps to empower our communities through the promotion and financing of projects and programs that improve Huerfano county, as well as help non-profit community groups who work on projects concerning youth, health, economic development, housing, and education.