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Bobby Ponchito Jimenez and John Randolph: Spirit Brothers

Bobby Jimenez is a Native American Flutist of Huichole Indian and Mexican descent who hails from Montrose.

He plays regularly at the Ute Indian Museum and Gateway Canyon Resort. For Bobby, the beautiful and melodic sounds of the flute can be a great healer. Accompanying Bobby is John Randolph who plays guitar, sings, and records from his home in Ridgway.His current focus is to feel the presence of grace through his music.

Thanks to our sponsors!

Interested in supporting the Sherbino? Sponsors make it happen.

Town of Ridgway
Telluride Foundation
Colorado Creative Industries
Ouray County Community Foundation Fund
Western Colorado Community Foundation
Women's Club of Ouray
Remax
Alpenglow Arts Alliance
Alpine Bank
Ouray County Performing Arts Guild
Tri-State Generation & Transmission

A history of community

Established in 1915, the Sherbino has been the heart of Ridgway Colorado, providing a venue for community events ranging from music to poetry. Now in a period of re-birth, the Sherbino continues to standout as the hub of events and community activities in Ridgway and throughout Ouray County. On February 11 2012 the Sherbino incorporated as the Ridgway Chautauqua Society Inc. whose mission is to embody the Chautauqua tradition by producing programs celebrating lifelong learning, the arts, culture and community. Learn more about the Sherbino.

Heart of Ridgway

Sherbino Ridgway Colorado

604 Clinton Street

P.O. Box 236

Ridgway, Colorado 81432

970.318.0892
info@sherbino.org

Alpenglow Arts Alliance