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Aspen Peak - 2016 - Issue 2 - Winter

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INVITED PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROSS DANIELS (JAS); ALEXIS AHRLING (CHANG). OPPOSITE PAGE: ROSS DANIELS PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROSS DANIELS (JAS); ALEXIS AHRLING (CHANG). Lily Turchi and Dylan Rentea with Filipe and Jesse Viera Da Rocha Liz Sager, Hana Maclean, Adam Funk, and Megan Bentzin Kristin Dittmar and Ryan Doremus Dan Sadowsky, Reed Martin, and Rockett Perrin Jessica Hite and Jim Horowitz Barbara Posh and Emily Berg Deborah Charisee, Joe Pacetti, and Mauricio Hoyos Robin Schiffman, Tomoko Iwakawa, Ray Ushikubo, Sarah Chang, and Fumyko Kawasaki Kiara Heng, Lewaa Khalek, and Fernanda Martino SARAH CHANG AT JITROIS ASPEN In conjunction with the Aspen Music Festival and School, Aspen Peak hosted a fashionable fĂȘte at the boutique of French luxury leather designer Jitrois. As they enjoyed afternoon bites created by chef Alex Schweitz, friends and fans alike mingled with the night's special guest, Sarah Chang, an Avery Fisher Award- winning classical violinist who spent childhood summers in Aspen attending the festival and studying under famed violin instructor Dorothy DeLay. Gracie Palomino, Tasha Kotz, Maureen Brennan, and Rich Huttenhower JAZZ ASPEN SNOWMASS CRAWFISH AND CRUISERS At JAS's annual Crawfish and Cruisers benefit, guests were encouraged to bike to the Aspen Historical Society, where Smoke Modern Barbeque served a fantastic feast of crawfish, corn on the cob, and potatoes accompanied by rosĂ© from Whispering Angel, cocktails from Marble Distilling Co., and beer from Roaring Fork Brewery. The No Joes, a band of former JAS students, performed in light of the event's hope to promote music initiatives in the valley. 176 ASPENPEAK-MAGAZINE.COM Ali Hematyar Max Rispoli

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