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After the kids are in bed and the sun sets – entertainment in Falcon and the area“Music’s Fire” stirs range of emotionsIncludes performance by The Vivace StringsThe Colorado Springs Chorale’s, “Music’s Fire,” to be performed at the Pikes Peak Center, 8 p.m., Saturday, April 19, continues the Chorale’s commitment to perform the great choral masterworks. “Music’s Fire” explores music’s ability to entice, comfort, celebrate and judge.The Vivace Strings of the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony under the direction of Jennifer Boylan will perform in the lobby at 7:15 p.m.Ticket prices range from $16 to $48. Discounts are available for seniors, military, students, groups and accompanied children. Tickets may be purchased at the Pikes Peak Center Box Office; (719) 520-SHOW (7469); at all TicketsWest outlets; or www.ticketswest.com. Surcharges may apply.For more information on the Colorado Springs Chorale and the “Music’s Fire” performance, visit www.cschorale.org.FRANKIE’S TOO!April EntertainmentLive Bands, Saturdays at 8 p.m.:April 19 – Steel, Daniels, Hall & LewisApril 26 – N-Tha-MixxHometown heroes on Wednesdays after 4 p.m.FRANKIE’S TOO AT WOODMEN & MERIDIAN495-8707; WWW.FRANKIESTOO.COMBlack Rose Acoustic Society: AprilFriday, April 25 – Perpetual Motion.Opening acts will be the Annual Band Scramble starting at 7 p.m.Concerts are held at the Black Forest Community Center, 12530 Black Forest Road at Shoup Road, Black Forest. $5 general public, $3 Black Rose Acoustic Society members. For more information, visit www.BlackRoseAcoustic.org or call 633-3660.

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