"Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent." -- Victor Hugo
Fresh City Life has been bringing Denver musicians together with their fans and supporters for two seasons. This third annual FCL Weekend Music Series is poised to be the biggest and most diverse schedule of free concerts in the city.
We're adding new concerts to our line-up each week and, just between you and I, our full list of concerts for the year is nearly complete and we'll be releasing the full season's schedule in a matter of weeks. Follow the schedule and attend a concert or two for general good vibrations.
"Music is the movement of sound to reach the soul for the education of its virtue." -- Plato
Here are a few of the concerts scheduled this winter:
Experience acoustic world fusion! Perpetual Motion, elegant with an element of adventure, blends the sounds of Central and South American folk, progressive jazz, blues and rock, which informs their original compositions and cover tunes. Featuring violinist Josie Quick and guitarist Tom Carleno.
Saturday, February 16, 2-3p, Schlessman Hall
Music Down In Our Souls: The Denver Gay Men’s Chorus
Denver is very lucky to have this incredible chorus, and Fresh City Life is honored to host them for a spring concert at the McNichols Building in Civic Center Park.
Saturday, March 2, 1-2p, McNichols Building at Civic Center Park, 144 W. Colfax Avenue, Denver 80202
Jayme Stone & Rich Zimmerman
Their music has the flavor and intensity of traditional southern music, with a thread of contemporary sound and just a touch of classical/medieval thrown in for good measure. Join two-time Juno Award winning banjoist Jayme Stone and singer-mandolinist Rich Zimmerman for a fresh take on old-fashioned, bluegrass and new acoustic music.
Saturday, March 2, 2-3p, Schlessman Hall
Heart and Soul: Sitar And Tabla Concert
Chris ‘Citrus’ Sauthoff brings his signature style to the sitar – the soul of traditional Indian music. Dustin Adams adds in the heartbeat with the syncopated rhythm of the tabla. Enjoy the poetry and lyricism of these two perfectly paired instruments.
Saturday, March 23, 2-3p, Schlessman Hall