The TANK Center for Sonic Arts

Video by Ben Gondrez, shot in July, 2018

Next Concert

Saturday, September 7th, 8pm

Echoes of the Ages

Jolle Greenleaf, soprano

Hank Heijink, archlute

“A Golden Soprano”

–The New York Times

Echoes of the Ages explores themes and variations for lute and soprano in the glorious and rare sound world of The TANK.

The dynamic duo Soprano Jolle Greenleaf and Lutenist Hank Heijink will share Renaissance and early Baroque music especially composed in its day to highlight echoes in their most immediate form.

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Hank Heijink and Jolle Greenleaf will play with each phrase in stylistic slow motion, allowing the TANK to respond.  The gentle nature of the lute’s sound – an instrument especially dear to Renaissance royalty – will reverberate as never before.

What will this ancient music sound like in such a resonant environment?  Exquisite, soul-stirring, unique.

Come and hear these acclaimed artists as they present music by Henry Purcell, John Dowland, Hildegarde von Bingen, Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger, and Giacomo Carissimi, along with their own creations, in collaboration with The Tank itself.

Admission to this concert is $75 for inside seating–a peak experience–and $10 for outside seating, where you can listen to the concert through our landscape speaker array under the stars.

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Listen to Jolle Greenleaf


Hailed as a “golden soprano” and “a major force in the New York early music-scene” (The New York Times), soprano Jolle Greenleaf is one of today’s foremost figures in the field of early music. Balancing a career as a leading soloist and an innovative impresario, she is in great demand both as a guest artist and as the artistic director of TENET Vocal Artists, a premier New York-based ensemble specializing in early music. She is a celebrated interpreter of the music of Bach Buxtehude, Handel, Purcell, and most notably, Monteverdi. She has performed as a soloist in venues throughout the U.S., Scandinavia, Europe, and Central America for important presenters including Vancouver Early Music Festival, Denmark’s Vendsyssel Festival, Costa Rica International Music Festival, Puerto Rico’s Festival Casals, Utrecht Festival, at Panama’s National Theater, and San Cristobal, the Cathedral in Havana, Cuba.

Hank Heijink has played all over the world with leading ensembles such as the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra with Ton Koopman, Orchestre d’Auvergne, Mark Morris Dance Group, and the Wooster Group. As a member of the European Union Baroque Orchestra, he toured extensively throughout Europe, Asia, Scandinavia. He has collaborated with Richard Egarr, Nigel North, and Christina Pluhar, among others, and has taken part in productions including Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, John Blow’s Venus and Adonis, Cavalli’s La Didone, and Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria, among others. As a regular member of TENET, Mr. Heijink can be heard on the ensemble’s entire discography and as a soloist on UNO + ONE: Italia Nostra and The Secret Lover. A native of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, he holds a performance degree from the Royal Conservatory of the Hague, a master of arts degree in computer science, and a Ph.D. in social sciences.

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This concert is Saturday, September 7th at 8pm.  On Sunday, you can explore the gorgeous high desert country around Rangely.  Take a tour of ancient Fremont rock art, visit nearby Dinosaur National Monument, seek out the nearly mythical herds of wild mustangs in the wild lands southeast of Rangely (we recommend a four-wheel drive vehicle for this).  Or swim in nearby Kinney Reservoir on the White River.

We hope you’ll join us for this stunning, one-of-a-kind concert.  You’ll come away with a new sense of deep listening and a new reverence for the planet.

Mark your calendar now!

Saturday, September 7th, 8pm 

Seating and accommodations are limited.

“One road to the musical future now runs through Rangely.” – Alex Ross  Illustration by Vincent Mahé  Read Alex Ross’s article about The TANK in The New Yorker 

A Water Tower Turned Music Venue

In Colorado, a uniquely resonant performance space.



Alive Inside The Tank, last year’s standout recording by Mysteries of the Night, continues to receive its accolades.  Music critic Lloyd Barde has just proclaimed it the #1 Healing Arts and Yoga Music Album of the Year.  The album features James Marienthal on world flutes with vocal harmonies by Sarah Gibbons.  Plus royalties benefit The TANK Center for Sonic Arts.   Click here to buy the album.


Listen to James Hoskins playing his cello in The TANK: beautiful, stately, resonant pieces, recorded at The TANK in 2017 and released as an album in 2018.  Listen to this album here.

We’re pleased to share these voices of children from Rangely, Colorado.  Composed by Kathaleen Hancock Todd.

For directions and accommodations

in Rangely, click here.