Discover: Jazz

New Years Resolutions and getting back on track

It's the last week of January and how are you doing with your New Years resolutions? Are you still sticking to your resolution to eat differently, go to the gym,…

Freddy Rodriguez Sr. & the Jazz Connection Celebrate 40 Years Performing at El Chapultepec

Come out and celebrate with the Freddy Rodriquez Sr. and the Jazz Connection on their 40th Anniversary of performing at El Chapultepec (The Pec), Denver's oldest jazz and blues club.…

The Fred Hersch Trio

The Fred Hersch Trio is performing at Dazzle at Baur’s on Tuesday, January 28 and Wednesday, January 29, at 7 pm both evenings. Through more than 30 years and five…

Local Musician Spotlight: Greg Tanner Harris

Candace LeGault

Over my years listening to live jazz in Denver, I’ve heard Greg Harris a number of times playing the vibraphone and always enjoyed his playing. I thought it would be…

First Friday - Five Points Jazz Hop

Denver’s most Historic neighborhood is keeping culture ALIVE. Join us, every First Friday in Five Points for the “First Friday - Five Points Jazz Hop”. Sponsored by Denver Arts &…

David Amram visits KUVO

David Amram make his annual stop at KUVO to perform 'live' in the Phyllis A. Greer Studio. Amram will be playing piano, dumbek drum, penny whistle and Plains Courting flute,…

Studio Club—High School / Collegiate Series: Monarch Jazz One

KUVO's High School / Collegiate Series presents "Monarch Jazz One" "live' in the Phyllis A. Greer Studio on Tuesday, February 4 from 7 to 8 pm. Jazz One is Monarch’s…

African American Artists at North Wing Gallery

North Wing Gallery is pleased to announce the first exhibition of 2020, African American Artists – featuring the work of Emeka Dragonfly, Michael Gadlin and Rochelle Johnson. The works will…

Stories of Standards: "Stolen Moments"

Linda Hillshafer

Tune in weekday mornings for Stories of Standards to hear our favorite versions of “Stolen Moments.” Rodney Franks presents Stories of Standards Monday through Friday at 7:50 and 8:50 a.m.…

The Jazz River: Inside Flying Dutchman Records

Matthew Goldwasser

From 1969-1976 Flying Dutchman Records was among most diverse and the weirdest of labels during an era of diversity and weirdness. It gave starts to Gil Scott-Heron, Leon Thomas and…

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