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.
Friday, November 27, 4:30-5:30 p.m., Schlessman Hall https://www.denverlibrary.org/fresh
Fresh City Life is pleased to host the library's first theremin concert. This rare instrument was invented by Leon Theremin nearly 100 years ago and is one of the oldest electronic musical instruments. The fascinating interaction between the player and the instrument is a marvel; the musician's every motion controls and affects the pitch and volume. Victoria Lundy takes her audience on a journey under the earth, detouring into more traditional music, then into the air and out into space, exploring the expressive qualities of the theremin.
Award winning clarinetist Roger Campbell leads the hottest trio since the Big Band Era! Swinging hard since 1997, this extraordinary group of musicians has performed thousands of concerts around the world for jazz festivals, clubs, weddings, summer concerts, and more. They conquer dizzying charts by the likes of Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and Lionel Hampton. It's tight, fun, exciting, danceable, and hugely popular among the jazz and swing crowds. It's time for AfterMidnight!
Saturday, November 14, 2-3 p.m., Schlessman Hall https://www.denverlibrary.org/fresh
Tin Brother is an instrumental guitar and bass duo with a full sound rooted in alternative, indie, and classic pop. Although primarily acoustic, the finger-style guitar and standup bass are augmented by the tasteful use of effects pedals and live loopers allowing them to add percussion, ambience, and multiple instrumental tracks live during the performance. Every sound the audience hears is made live with the guitar and bass. No prerecorded material is used. The result is studio quality tone of a full band in a compact package.
Designed for parent and child to discover the love of cooking together! Learn basic cooking techniques and skills. Each class will cover different topics. For children ages 8-12, accompanied by a parent. To register, please call 720.865.0325 x 2 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, October 4 @ 2 p.m. - Class 1: Start at the very beginning: Measuring & Weighing Foods
Learn the importance of accurate measurements and it will make all the difference in your cooking success. Throw on your aprons and let’s see how this works!