Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club

Musical Instrument Museum

By now everyone out there should know that on Saturday, KUVO Jazz travels to the Balestreri Vineyards for its annual signature fundraising event with music this time around from the highly acclaimed Spanish Harlem Orchestra. The combination of food, drink and music at the event is something you definitely want to consider (kuvo.org or 303-620-5794). And no matter how much you eat and drink, the Grammy®-winning, 13-piece Latin Jazz/Salsa band will still be able to get you on your feet.

Moderno Afro Cubano Quintet

Aug 9, 2018

Moderno returns for their second residency at Nocturne featuring the performance of contemporary Latin Jazz. The group’s first residence, three years ago, laid a foundation of music from many Afro-Caribbean traditions and the ways that they have blended and cross-inspired with jazz. Moderno’s repertoire of Latin Jazz classics still provides a foundation for each show, but now the group is taking a step forward and bringing new music to the tradition.

Tom Amend Organ Trio Project | Wednesdays at Nocturne

Aug 8, 2018
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Tom Amend is an organist, pianist, composer, and arranger from Denver, Colorado. Performing and recording often throughout the Rocky Mountain Region in various settings as both a leader and a sideman, he can be heard with Colorado based Soul/Blues artists "The Burroughs and the Taylor Scott Band".

The Ben Markley Trio | Tuesdays at Nocturne

Aug 6, 2018
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Nocturne is proud to present a special residency series based upon the dynamic, original works of Dr. Ben Markley, an accomplished pianist, bandleader and composer/arranger. Ben is active throughout the Rocky Mountain front range and has performed with Brian Lynch, Greg Osby, Eddie Henderson, Terell Stafford, George Garzone, and John Fedchock and many others.

Royal Roost Revival | Fridays at Nocturne

Aug 4, 2018
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This is the first volume of an original Nocturne series dedicated to sharing the prodigious art form of bebop. Curated by Colorado-based saxophonist / arranger / composer Wil Swindler, the series name is inspired by the iconic Royal Roost jazz club on New York's storied 52nd Street in the late 1940's where bebop was organically brought to life by musicians such as Dexter Gordon, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Tadd Dameron, Fats Navarro, Miles Davis and Max Roach.

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