Winter weather update: Open and all programs are running today (Wednesday)

Concerts

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Joscho Stephan

Thu, Feb 4 @  7:30pm

On his fourth album Acoustic Live, Stephan showcases his mastery of Gipsy Jazz, accompanied by varying line-ups from trio to sextett, and simultaneously stretches the boundaries of the genre.

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Zach Heckendorf: UP! EP release show

w/ Tim Ostdiek

Fri, Feb 5 @  8pm

Now with a full band, Zack's dynamic range extends beyond acoustic common ground and into a satisfyingly thorough and raucous sound.

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Clay Kirkland’s Beat the Reaper X

Sat, Feb 6 @  8pm

Clay Kirkland celebrates life with his tenth annual Beat the Reaper concert featuring his electric band, “Key on a Kite”, and acoustic trio, “Trunko, Kirkland, and Kull.”

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Folk Ragoût

Sat, Feb 6 @  8pm

Folk Ragoût is an exciting and original duo, comprised of American flutist Leslie Anne Harrison and French singer and guitarist Frédéric Pouille.

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Music School

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Building and Hearing Strum Patterns on the Ukulele

w/ John Nash

Sat, Feb 6 @  12pm

Learn how to use the natural pulse in your music as a framework to hear and create new strumming possibilities.

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Opening the Fretboard – Intro to Inversions for Ukulele

w/ John Nash

Sat, Feb 6 @  1:30pm

Get to know the fretboard and how we use our left hand to create harmony on the ukulele.

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Clay Kirland’s Top Ten Ways to Beat the Reaper

Ten years ago Clay Kirkland started marking his birthday with a live music event he dubbed “Clay Kirkland Beats the Reaper.” Though he didn’t know it at the time, the accomplished harmonica player, started an annual tradition among Denver musicians.

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Performance Session

w/ Neil Haverstick

Sat, Feb 6 @  1:45pm

Bring songs you’ve been working on and perform them in a group setting!

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 135,000 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.

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