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, Chinese hulusi and vocals. He will be joined by local musicians for a jam session for your listening pleasure on Friday, February 7 at 3:30 to 4 pm.
“When I first came to KUVO in 1990, it was a small community station. Old friend Jose Garcia had told me in Taos in the summer of 1980 that when I came to Denver I had to tune it in and visit there.
In 1990 when I received the Leo Block distinguished Visiting Professor Grant to come to Denver University for a year to share m, I could show the students y lifetime of experience of performing with the jazz greats as well as with master Latin and Native American musicians, and global folk artists how as a composer of of operas, symphonies, chamber music et. al my music as well as my life and the lives of my kids was enriched!!
So many of the people at KUVO 30 years ago (in 1990), like Carlos Lando, Tina Cartagena, Rodney Franks are still at KUVO today in 2020 and as a community station, it not only served the Rocky Mountains artists and the music they create but is now recognized nationally and……. INTERNATIONALLY!! It serves as role model for all of us to be ambassadors for true music built to last. And, jazz is all about that!!!!” —David Amram
Studio Club Members: Please contact Arvida firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve seats for you and a guest. Not in the Studio Club? Learn how to join HERE.
Thanks to our Studio Sponsors: Classic Pianos, Denver Piano Tuning, Drum City Guitarland, Flesher-Hinton Music Company, The Koelbel Family Foundation, and Listen Up