• Outreach

    We believe that high-quality musical experiences should be accessible to everyone.

Swallow Hill’s Community Outreach programs bring the joy of music to the lives of people every day; from Little Swallows early childhood music classes and music therapy programs for older adults, veterans and children and adults living with developmental and mental health challenges to interactive performances and enrichment programs in our public schools. Swallows Hill’s talented team of 60 professional musicians and teachers are bringing music into the community—increasing music access to diverse audiences by meeting people where they are.

We offer specialized programming for all ages, musical abilities and socioeconomic backgrounds. Swallow Hill makes more than 90,000 musical connections annually through community outreach programming. We currently partner with 60 organizations and 70 schools throughout the Denver metro area.

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Our Programs

FREE CONCERTS

K-12 ENRICHMENT CLASSES

INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCES

MUSIC THERAPY

Learn about the people in our community that benefit from our work

Swallow Hill collaborates with a number of organizations to achieve greater community impact and keeps programming affordable and accessible through philanthropic partnerships. Check out our wonderful community partners below!

 

Swallow Hill partners with the following organizations to provide music therapy programming:

  • Brent’s Place,
  • Children’s Hospital Colorado,
  • Continuum of Colorado,
  • Denver Public Library Memory Cafe,
  • Developmental Pathways,
  • Balfour at Riverfront Park,
  • HighPointe Assisted Living and Memory Care,
  • Support Inc. Aurora,
  • Wind Crest Highlands Ranch,
  • Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center

Swallow Hill is proud to partner with more than 130 schools and organizations in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson Counties.

Swallow Hill is proud to offer year-round Little Swallows programming at 30 schools in the metro area:  Adventure Elementary, College View Elementary, Cowell Elementary, Dahlia Campus for Health & Well-Being, Doull Elementary, APS Early Beginnings, Explore Elementary, Family Star Montessori (two locations), Pitt Waller School, Global Primary Academy, Godsman Elementary, Gust Elementary, Jamaica Child Development Center, KIPP Sunshine Peak, McGlone Academy, Meadow Community School, Pascual LeDoux Academy, Sandra Todd Williams Academy, Smith Elementary, Trevista at Horace Mann, Warren Village preschool and Mile High Early Learning (6 locations).

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