On the evening of Oct. 23, a lucky few attended the Thomas Helton, Bill Aspinwall and The Eben G. Fine Band performance at the Rangely Jr./Sr. High School auditorium. This was the finale concert for […]
RBC | The Rio Blanco County Board of Commissioners heard from Jim Paul, the director for the Tank Center for Sonic Arts in Rangely, on Tuesday in Rangely. The Tank, a non-profit organization, is hoping […]
RANGELY | The concert finale for the 2019 season of the Tank will be Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 6:30-8:15 p.m. at Rangely High School auditorium. Musicians from Texas, Leadville and the Front Range will play […]
Fort Lewis College Choral Program students journeyed from Durango to Rangely to perform a free concert in the Tank Center for Sonic Arts on Friday, Sept. 27. Under the direction of Dr. Charissa Chiaravalloti the choir […]
RANGELY | Did you know that The Tank Center for Sonic Arts was just listed by Colorado.com as No. 3 of Colorado’s top 10 best small-town music venues?
A diverse crowd enjoyed Tank sounds at the 2019 Solstice Festival on Friday, June 21. Roxie Fromang Photo
RANGELY I The Tank Center for Sonic Arts had a few events in hopes of bringing more talent and film potential to The Tank and to Rangely during the weekend of April 27-30.
RANGELY | Sunday concert Aug. 19 at 7 p.m. Renowned sound artists and TANK artists in residence Stephan Moore and Scott Smallwood will explore the radical acoustics of The TANK with their 8-channel sound system […]
RANGELY | Temple Grandin, prominent author and speaker on both autism and animal behavior, visited The TANK Center for Sonic Arts in July to experience the TANK’s internal reverberation for herself and to advise […]