Concerts

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The Subdudes

w/ Felonius Smith

Fri, Sept 30 @  7:30pm

The Subdudes will be performing songs from their soon-to-be released album 4 On The Floor. This brand-new recording is inspired by the band's recently-developed impulse to perform off-stage, in the middle of the crowd, during their concerts. The band look forward to testing the acoustics of L2 Church in this fashion for part of their set on September 30.

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Lera Lynn

w/ William Wild

Sat, Oct 1 @  8pm

NPR praises Lera's latest, genre-defying album Resistor as "alive to experience beneath the shadows," while Uncut Magazine calls it "majestic, noirish Americana."

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Peppino D’Agostino

Sat, Oct 1 @  8pm

See the fingerstyle guitar player who is "in the same league with John Fahey, Leo Kottke, Doc Watson, and John Renbourn" according to Jazziz Magazine.

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Elio Schiavo

Thu, Sept 29 @  7:30pm

Elio Schiavo gives his unique voice to the bluegrass genre. His talents as a singer, mandolin player and songwriter are becoming recognized throughout the national community and after spending time as a central figure in New York's exploding scene as a member of Six Deadly Venoms

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Music School

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Intro to Ukulele Workshop

w/ Casey Hrdlicka

Sat, Oct 1 @  10am @ The Highlands

No previous music or ukulele experience needed, and in just one session you will learn the basics and 1 song to take home with you.

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Beginning Improvisation

w/ Josh Maxey

Sat, Oct 1 @  12:30pm

This is an interactive workshop focusing on ideas to start playing your guitar creatively. We'll work through a few common approaches to begin soloing on your instrument.

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Music as Meditation

w/ Clay Kirkland

Sun, Oct 2 @  10:30am

Open to everyone: instrumentalists, vocalists, or anyone who likes to go deep within. If you wish to play there will be several instruments provided that require no prior experience or skill.

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Learn the Didjeridu

w/ Michael Stanwood

Mon, Oct 3 @  6pm

Learn to make sounds on this wonderful ancient instrument, while paying deep respect to the Aboriginal culture from which it comes.

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Q & A with Dom Flemons

Dom Flemons is hard to describe in just a few words. For the singer, songwriter, folklorist, musicians’ advocate and podcast host, however, “The American Songster” is just fine. Since co-founding the Grammy Award-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops in 2005, Dom has kept countless folk tunes and styles vibrant and in the present by performing throughout the country and on many solo and collaborative recordings.

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2016 Fall Fundraiser feat. the Indigo Girls

to support Swallow Hill Music's Outreach Programs

Wed, Nov 16 @  7pm

Join us for a special evening featuring the Indigo Girls in Daniels Hall. All proceeds from this event will support Swallow Hill Music’s Outreach Programs, which provide music enrichment for public schools and early childhood education programs in our underserved communities.

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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 156,000 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.