Enjoy Latin rhythms al fresco – Daniel Ondaro’s group performs on our plaza (near the west entrance). Ondaro creates exciting, one-of-a-kind concerts by combining an eclectic blend of talented musicians and playing music that is multicultural while reflecting the personalities of each musician. http://denverlibrary.org/fresh#latin
Learn to play Ukulele with the legendary Mr. Dana during the month of September! Mr. Dana, renowned Smiley storyteller, will show you how to maintain and tune your ukulele, as well as give you a basic understanding of chords to begin your ukulele music journey. He will have handouts and homework. Instrument not provided.
Learn to play the guitar in two easy workshops! Imkong Yaden, a graduate of Berklee in Film Scoring and Performance, will show you how to maintain and tune your guitar, as well as give you a basic understanding of chords. He will provide some beginner exercises and drills. You’ll even leave the workshop with a song to play. The second class will build on the first.
Registration is required. Please call 720-865-0325 to register.
Guitarist, singer and composer Daniel Ondaro has broad and diverse musical experience. Performing in acts ranging from Opera to Blues, Brazilian to Bluegrass, Daniel’s eclectic tastes and superb musicality have won him praise in the United States, South America and Europe. Whether it's performing a hot mix of north and south American music with his band NuMundo, or a quiet evening of beautiful Bossa Nova songs, Daniel’s playing, singing and writing have the ability to inspire and connect people from around the world.
Join musician Katerine Dines for fun songs and activities to enhance baby’s brain and motor development! For 4- to 24-month-olds and their caregivers. No registration required.
La música Katherine Dines presenta divertidas canciones y actividades para fomentar el desarrollo del cerebro y de las habilidades motoras en los pequeños. Para niños de 4 a 24 meses y sus padres o cuidadores. No necesitas inscribirte.
Do you love Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers, or quintessential Hawaiian ukulele tunes? Neighborhood Music Stapleton hosts a beginner ukulele jam for adults. Learn to play the simple chords and melodies of popular songs and be introduced to Hawaiian ukulele favorites. Bring your own uke, or borrow one of ours.
In this one-hour group lesson taught by American Idol finalist Lilly Scott, beginning singers will learn the basics of good, healthy singing technique. Sing songs from a broad selection of popular music while learning about vocal anatomy, proper breathing and balanced tone. Ideal for adults who love karaoke or singing in the shower and want to learn how to expand their range. Presented by Neighborhood Music Stapleton.
Have fun while learning music through drumming. Learn about congas and the deep tradition of Afro-Cuban folkloric rhythms and music. For centuries Cuban music has enjoyed the rich drumming traditions from many places in Africa in making music uniquely Cuban. Drums provided. Please register: 720-865-0135 or email@example.com.