Lamont School of Music, University of Denver, at Newman Center for the Performing Arts, 2344 E. Iliff Ave., presents: March 7, FLEX Ensemble (4:30p.m.); 7, Nebula Ensemble; 8, Lamont Composers …
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Lamont School of Music, University of Denver, at Newman Center for the Performing Arts, 2344 E. Iliff Ave., presents: March 7, FLEX Ensemble (4:30p.m.); 7, Nebula Ensemble; 8, Lamont Composers Concert; 9, World Music at DU; 10, Lamont Symphony Orchestra; 11, Guitar Ensembles; 11, Wind Ensemble; 26, Piano Honors Recital; 29, Lamont Percussion Showcase. April 9, Suzuki Violin Seminar II Collaborative Concert (7p.m.); 11, Al Hood Trumpet Studio Concert (1:30p.m.).
Concerts free, at 7:30p.m. unless noted; no ticket needed. Exceptions: Lamont Symphony Orchestra (free, ticket needed, $5 reserved seating) and faculty recitals/guest artists ($10). Free parking often available in Newman Center Garage. Tickets: du.edu/lamont; 303-871-7720. Concert line: 303-871-6412.
Skylite Station, 910 Santa Fe Dr., presents: Brad Colerick spins tales of pure Americana, Sat., March 7, 7:30p.m.; all ages tickets $15/advance, $18/door. Info: 720-518-9885. Help support singer/songwriter Reggie McCullough’s first solo recording; she’ll perform Fri., March 20, 7:30p.m. $10 suggested donation; all ages, no one turned away. Info: skylite station.com.
Swallow Hill Music Association, 71 E. Yale Ave., presents: Colorado spin on Appalachian and Carter Family-style old time tunes – Goosefoot Revival brings a spirited show to Swallow Hill Café, Thur., March 19, 7:30p.m. – fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar – everybody sings; maybe some dancing! Coming up: April 11, Altitud, new full-day Latin American music festival, featuring Max Baca & Los Texmaniacs, Sofia Rei; Denver Ukefest 2015 is May 14-16.
Concerts in Daniels Hall – March 7, David Wilcox; 20, Iain & Joanna Hyde; 21, Mr Sun (string-band virtuosos spearheaded by fiddler Darol Anger); 27, The Denver Moth – Storyslam: Hair (open to anyone with a five-minute story to share on the night’s theme); 29 (1 & 4p.m.), Justin Roberts & The Not Ready for Naptime Players; April 2, Altan; 3, Loudon Wainwright III; 10, Hayes Carll.
Tuft Theatre – March 7, Take Down the Door; 13, Teresa Storch Album Release; 14, Matthew and the Arrogant Sea; 20, Best of Open Stage; 21, “Top of the Hill” Faculty Concert Casey Cormier CD Release; 27, Harry Tuft & Dick Weissman – Bottom Rung: Old & New Songs about Social Change; April 3, Old-Fashioned Hootenanny; 4, Deborah Solo; 10, Phillip Mark.
Swallow Hill Café – March 12, Kristina Murray; 26, Open Stage.
Info/tickets: swallowhillmusic.org or 303-777-1003.
Wash Park Center for Music & Arts, at Wash Park UCC, 400 S. Williams St., presents: a new tradition of diversity and accessibility in an acoustically superb concert space, Saturday offerings, 7p.m., are free, suggested donations help support CMA’s mission and the performers.
The Raven Dancers, March 7, share dance, music & storytelling; this all ages/ethnic origins group works closely with elder members of the local Native American community. Suggested donation: $20.
March 14, Sonya Clark & Elle Tyler Piano Duo bring four hands to an energetic program of duet works by Barber, Reger, Ravel and Brahms. Donation: $10.
March 28, Chamber Ensemble con Grazia performs music of Colorado composer George Lynn, longtime minister of music at area churches, and choral conductor, organist and voice teacher, in celebration of the George Lynn Centenary year.
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