David Amram & Friends

MAS Eclectic is pleased to present Mr. David Amram opening the MAS Eclectic 2018/19 series on Dazzle's "Chandelier Stage" at the historic Baur's Building, downtown Denver.

We invite all music lovers to attend with friends and family for this important occasion in Celebration of Music and of the amazing life achievement of the work of David Amram. David will appear live in concert on the Steinway piano and other instruments, accompanied by Hugh Ragen on trumpet and Tony Black on...

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Stories of Standards: "So In Love" by Cole Porter

Studio Club: Too Many Zooz

Too Many Zooz is performing for Studio Club on Wednesday, September 26 at 10 to 11 pm. Too Many Zooz are a busking phenomenon born in the subways of New York City. Their unique sound somehow manages to smash together jazz, Afro-Cuban rhythms, funk and even EDM structures and house music. They have racked up millions of views of their amazing live videos on YouTube.

The band signed to Ministry of Sound/Sony in early 2018 and their song Warriors has been getting significant play on...

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Have you been in yet to check out the live jazz at Spangalang Brewery on Wednesday nights? The fantastic and talented Gabriel Mervine and friends will bring the music, and as always, Spangalang has your beer needs taken care of and ZIVIX Five Points will take care of your munchies. Music starts at 7 pm, no cover charge just great JAZZ!

KUVO members...you get $1 off a full pour when you present your KUVO Member Card at Spangalang Brewery!

Interview With a Mexican

9 hours ago

Challenging “gabachos” to come out of the closet and ask the obvious, ignorant and sometimes racist questions, wherein they will be met with derision and insult, but also with a tremendous amount of insight and informativeness. The ultimate Chicano nerd has placed his trust in making the transformation of his experiences three-dimensional in the hands of a 46-year veteran of sarcasm and cultural enlightenment.

Based on conversations with Gustavo Arellano author of Ask a Mexican and Taco USA. Adapted for the stage by Anthony J. Garcia

Spotlight On: Oklahoma! Director, Chris Coleman

13 hours ago
DCPA

The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic OKLAHOMA!  is in town at The Stage Theater- Denver Center for the Performing Arts Complex through Oct.14. The musical celebrates its 75th year in production and in his DCPA directorial debut, Artistic Director Chris Coleman puts a new spin on an old classic.   In a ground-breaking move, Chris has brought together an all-black cast for this five-week Denver run of Oklahoma!

Book Review: A Welcome Murder

14 hours ago
amazon.com

It’s often said when it comes to literature, that spinning a good yarn can best be done when one writes about “the other”. The Other being out of the ordinary human beings grasping by their fingernails at the very fringes of life.  losers, stooges, lowlifes, users, manipulators and narcissists, these are the characters known in literature as “the other”.

Kneebody at Dazzle

18 hours ago

Kneebody’s sound is… explosive rock energy paralleled with high-level nuanced chamber ensemble playing, with highly wrought compositions that are balanced with adventurous no-holds-barred improvising. All “sounds-like” references can be set aside; this band has created a genre and style all its own.

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance | Rhapsody in Black

Sep 24, 2018

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance presents Rhapsody in Black: African American culture in Paris. Music, spoken word, and DANCE. Baker, Baldwin, Hughes, Dunham, Simone…at the Gates Hall, Newman Center, University and Iliff on the University of Denver Campus. September 28, 29, 30.
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The Master's Apprentice

The Master’s Apprentice is a seven-week course that helps young people find a career in the trades.  This free program helps students learn the “tools” of the trade that will help them receive job offers after graduation and move them towards a life long career.

Many musicians like to collect instruments. Certainly, guitarists collect guitars. Pat Metheny is a case in point. Over the years he has added a synth-guitar as well as the exotic 42 string Pikasso guitar to his recordings and live performances. Not satisfied with switching guitars for a different sound, Metheny even built a whole new instrument, the auto-mechanical Orchestrion. It’s an elaborate machine with drums, guitars, pianos, a bottle organ, and whatnot all controlled by Metheny as he plays his guitar. He still takes parts of the Orchestrion on the road to join his band on tour.

Theater Review: CAKE

Sep 22, 2018
Michael Ensminger

No matter what "legal experts" and other corporate pundits may claim regarding the narrow grounds specified in the June 2018 Supreme Court ruling, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission—that a Denver baker could refuse to make a wedding cake for two men—the fact is that the court opened the door for legalizing discrimination based on religious beliefs, despite the fact that, according to the Constitution, religious beliefs cannot override the law.

El Infinito Exhibition at Museo | Now - Feb 23

Sep 21, 2018

An exhibition "El Infinito" at Museo de las Americas September 13 through February 23, 2019. Satellite images captured by Lockheed Martin Space System Company will be presented alongside the Codex Borgia, an ancient Aztec manuscript containing their interpretation of the cosmos.

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