If you are casting about for something to do on the weekends, check out our Saturday Sessions at Central Library. Schlessman Hall becomes a concert venue every Saturday at 2 p.m. for a free concert. Pick out a summer read, grab a new dvd or two, get a cup of coffee at our cafe and then enjoy beautiful music from one of our local musicians. This Saturday's concert features guitarist, Laurie Dameron, who has mastered a number of styles and genres for her popular concerts all over Denver and Boulder. Check out her video below for her jazz guitar rendition of Somewhere Over The Rainbow.
Jazz Guitar with Laurie Dameron
Saturday, June 21, 2-3 p.m.
Central Library, Level 1 Schlessman Hall
Billboard Magazine award recipient, Laurie Dameron, has been playing the guitar for 45 years and singing even longer. She recently competed and graduated to the second round of tryouts for America’s Got Talent. At Fresh City Life, we’ve always known that Denver has talent and Laurie Dameron is a fine example of the artistry we are fortunate to have in our midst. Laurie will present a melodic landscape of many styles and will share some of her original compositions.
Really love the music at the library played on Saturday afternoons! Thank you SO! much for providing this delightful entertainment--really appreciate all you do with the Fresh City Life programming! it is TOPS!! (For sure, it's one of the best things around & about town :-)
Hi Leigh Ann, Thank you so much for the kind note about our Saturday Sessions music series. It is exciting to bring so many talented musicians to the library for everyone to enjoy! And Fresh City Life is proud to participate in community gatherings for our metro-Denver citizens. Thanks again, Chris
I love the Fresh City Life programming and music at the library on Saturdays too, it's soo much fun!!
Thank you, Cynthia! We have a great line up of concerts for the rest of the summer, starting with today's performance by Laurie Dameron. Hope you are able to make it to this one or another in the coming weeks. Again, thanks, Chris