Concerts

SEE OUR FULL LISTING OF CONCERTS

OR CHECK OUT A FEW OF THE FEATURED CONCERTS BELOW:

Andy Goessling (of Railroad Earth)

featuring members of Trout Steak Revival

Fri, May 6 @  8pm

Andy has enjoyed a long and varied career being a part of many seminal projects in the acoustic, folk and bluegrass scenes. Andy will be joined by members of Trout Steak Revival throughout his set.

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The Western Flyers

feat. Katie Glassman, Joey McKenzie and Gavin Kelso

Sat, May 7 @  8pm

Their unique brand of music is a cross section of the great American songbook - classic western swing, hot jazz & swing standards, toe tapping cowboy songs and electrifying old-time fiddle tunes.

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Missy Raines & The New Hip

Sat, May 7 @  8pm

At first listen to New Frontier, you’d sooner peg Missy Raines as an Americana bandleader, rather than one of the most highly decorated bass players in bluegrass music.

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Michele Castro

Thu, May 5 @  7:30pm

Singer, composer and instrumentalist, Michele has been studying music since she was 12 years old, starting on flute at the Escola de Música in Rocinha.

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Music School

FIND A CLASS, WORKSHOP, OR PRIVATE LESSON HERE

OR CHECK OUT A FEW OF THE FEATURED WORKSHOPS BELOW:

Visiting Artist Workshop:Improvisation and Instrumental Skills

with Andy Goessling of Railroad Earth

Sat, May 7 @  11am

Take your present musical skills and learn how to shape better solos and background parts in a variety of genres. This will be followed by a Q&A on improving your skills on any woodwind or fretted instrument.

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Guitar Maintenance

w/ Citrus

Sat, May 7 @  12pm

Tuners slipping or stuck? Strings dead, buzzing or breaking? Learn how to detect minor problems that you can fix and when expert repair is needed.

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Intro to Music Theory

w/ Casey Hrdlicka

Sat, May 7 @  10am

Explore subjects such as the major and pentatonic scales, the interval system, the circle of fourths and fifths, how to build chords and read music.

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Q & A with Katie Glassman

Katie Glassman talks about fiddling, The Western Flyers and Western swing

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Bluegrass Jam

w/ Josh Maxey

Sun, May 8 @  2pm

Our bluegrass jam is a place for you to try a song out that you've been working on or learn new songs that you've never heard. Students and community members can drop into this informal and collaborative setting anytime and get direction on technique, performance and song repertoire.

Free and open to all!

Jazz Jam

w/ Josh Maxey

Sun, May 7 @  12pm

Our jazz jam is a great place to explore jazz in a fun, no pressure setting.We play songs from the standard repertoire, discuss technique, improvisation and focus on making music together.

Free and open to all!

About Swallow Hill Music

Founded in 1979, Swallow Hill Music is a nonprofit community for musicians and music lovers who appreciate the ability of music to bring people together. As a home for individuals and families who want to learn about, listen to and perform music, Swallow Hill Music enhances Colorado’s cultural vitality and is a model for experiential music schools and performance spaces across the country. The organization serves more than 147,000 people through its school, outreach programming and concerts annually. Swallow Hill Music also presents and produces concerts at a wide range of venues across Denver.