Muggles and wizards alike are invited to join us for magical fun! We'll mix magic potions, pin the sock on Dobby, practice Quidditch skills, and decorate magic wands. You're welcome to wear your Hogwarts robes or bring your magic wand. Feel free to drop in anytime between 10am-4pm.
An expert instrumentalist, Peter Hebert plays the evocative hammered dulcimer and its cousin, the psaltery, with masterful ease – filling the air with the ancient sounds of Medieval Europe. The Graeco-Roman dulcimer (sweet song) derives its name from the Latin dulcis (sweet) and the Greek melos (song). Find out how perfectly named this haunting instrument can be when Peter Hebert makes his dulcimer sing a sweet song. https://www.denverlibrary.org/fresh#music
Wowing audiences in our 2014 season, Matt Skellenger is back for an encore performance of his exciting concert set. “In electroacoustic music, a loop is a repeating section of sound material. Short sections of material can be repeated to create ostinato (motif) patterns.” – Wikipedia.com. Matt Skellenger utilizes looping techniques to create complex musical pieces that are haunting and memorable. https://www.denverlibrary.org/fresh#music
Fingerstyle guitarist Brian Birch and mandolinist Randal Ames have been wowing audiences in the Denver area for the past ten years. Their acoustic compositions and other musical renderings cover a wide variety of musical styles ranging from classical and folk, to new age and blues. Along with their original pieces they also play great instrumental music from some of the best pickers on the planet including: Leo Kottke, Chet Atkins, Steffan Grossman, Alex DeGrassi, Bill Mize, David Qualey and Ed Gerhard.
We'll bring acceptance and percussion together to open the eyes of children and youth through music. We'll discuss the concept of special needs and learn to accept people for their unique gifts. Then we'll play in unison during "band practice!"
All ages. No registration is required.