Murmur: A Community Gathering to Celebrate Art, Music, Storytelling and Each Other

Program Type: Performance, Social Events
Ages: Adult, Kid, Teen
Registration for this event is no longer open

Description

There’s a secret in the city, but not for long. Denver Public Library and Improper City present Murmur, a monthly event that highlights creativity from all walks of the community. Hosted by performance artist Julie Rada with sound, light and costumes provided by designer Kyle Lane. Enjoy fellowship with your neighbors along with live music, food sampling, a chance to sing with the ‘choir,’ an inspirational reading and some surprise performance pieces.

Choir Masters: Rachel Eisenstat, Daniel Eisenstat

Special Guests: Mitzi Loffelmacher, Dominick Antonelli, Kevin Cincotta, Truth Lane and Mike "Tunez" Washington

Murmur Choir: Ch'aska Huayhuaca, Mitzi Loffelmacher, Maureen Maloney, Turpana Molina, Kyanite RainbowPeace and Rachel Seiger

Coffee and nibbles available before and after the service at Improper City’s coffee bar -- plus they have great food truck options for brunch. This month’s theme is to be announced; get a little dressed up and join us for Murmur. Free and open to the public. Please register to attend this event.

To request a sign language interpreter or CART, contact SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org or 720-913-8487, with a three (3) business-day notice. For other public accommodation requests/concerns related to a disability, please contact DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org.