Free Concert Overcomes COVID Challenges


After a year-long hiatus thanks to an even longer pandemic, Caritas Chorale will retake the stage July 17–18 at 7 p.m. at Reinheimer Ranch south of Ketchum. The theme of the concert is: Celebrate, Honor and Remember. The mission of Caritas Chorale is to encourage and promote musical education and appreciation in the Wood River Valley through the establishment of a community chorus, presenting performances of classical, traditional and modern choral music.

“We are delighted to be a part of Field Daze, offering the opportunity for singers and audiences to gather in a beautiful outdoor venue,” said music director R.L. Rowsey. 

“The venue will open at 6 p.m. for those desiring a leisurely drink and food,” said Caritas Chorale President Richard Stahl. 

Warfield Distillery & Brewery’s mobile bar will be selling snacks, organic beer and cocktails featuring their organic spirits and mocktails. There is free parking on the property. Everyone must bring their own seating with them. Accessible seating and parking is also available upon request (via email:

The program includes: 

  • “Let Us All Sing” by Keith Christopher
  • “One Song” by Marvin Hamlisch
  • “Sun is Gonna Shine” by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell

While the chorale concerts have always been free, reservations are still required and donations are accepted. For better health and safety protocols, the public is encouraged to make an online donation. For details, go to

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