Flesher-Hinton Music Company will come to our branch! Come see and feel what a flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and maybe the string family too (violin, cello) are like. Everyone is welcome no matter what your experience with musical instruments is.
La Compañía de Música Flesher-Hinton vendrá a nuestra sucursal. Ven a ver cómo se siente una flauta, clarinete, saxofón, trompeta, trombón, y tal vez algunos de la familia de cuerdas como un violín o un chelo. Todos son bienvenidos, no importa tu experiencia con instrumentos musicales.
Are you ready to dance? Then put on your favorite pair of socks and come on out to our Sock Hop! We will dance to some favorite tunes, play dancing games, and make a sock puppet craft. All ages welcome.
Join the Children's Library staff for a music extravaganza! We'll sing some favorite songs, experiment with music-making, and then have a fun-filled jam session with percussion instruments. All ages welcome, no registration required.
Fresh City Life is honored to be hosting a free performance of the Denver Gay Men's Chorus in its 32nd season. This spectacular event will feature almost 200 men. Their angelic singing, bright spirits, and holiday cheer will enhance your season. This concert will include favorite holiday carols, and plenty of inspirational singing and maybe even an audience sing-along. Come see why the Denver Gay Men's Chorus is the premiere chorus in Denver. The finale event for Fresh City Life in 2013!
Central Library, Level B2 Conference Center http://denverlibrary.org/fresh#dgmc
Returning for an encore performance, the Castle Rock Community Ringers make incredible music using only the classic choir bells – and these musicians know how to create a joyful noise! The well-regarded Castle Rock Community Ringers will show us how to ‘throw cares away’ with their thoughtful blend of holiday and secular songs all created with perfectly pitched handbells.
Central Library, Level 1 Schlessman Hall http://denverlibrary.org/fresh#hark
Since his Infinite Potential concert tour in 2012, Julian Toha’s has been hailed as one of the most exciting new artists of the 21st century. Denver Public Library is proud to play host to Toha for his latest concert series – Immersion. The fusion of visual arts and conceptual music intersect with technology in a concert designed with the arc of storytelling without narrative.