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Fancy Nancy

May 14 - May 16, 2015

Fancy Nancy and her friends Bree, Rhonda, Wanda, and Lionel are going to be performing in their very first show, “Deep Sea Dances.” Nancy is positive, that’s fancy for 100 percent sure, that she and Bree will be picked to be mermaids. When another girl wins the coveted role of the mermaid, Nancy is stuck playing a dreary, dull tree. Can Nancy bring fancy flair to her role, even though it isn’t the one she wanted?

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Colorado Symphony: Brandenburg Concertos

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Come witness the magic and beauty of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra performing the famous Brandenburg Concertos of Johann Sebastian Bach.  Few musical works are as loved as these concertos, from Bach’s happiest and most productive period.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear them in our intimate hall performed by some of the region’s best musicians.

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Afrosippi Band

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Kick off this year’s Tunes season with a blend of blues, R&B, rock and roll, soul, and a sprinkle of Cajun. This high-energy band was recognized at the International Blues Challenge for their Mississippi sound and has played shows throughout Colorado to enthusiastic crowds. Don’t miss Erica Brown, “Denver’s Queen of Blues,” as she and the band bring down the house!

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Soundscapes of Japan

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Japanese shakuhachi master Kakizakai Kaoru will perform on one of the most ancient root-ended bamboo flutes of Japan: the shakuhachi. Shakuhachi dates back to the 7th Century and was used by Zen priests in Japan as a sacred instrument to reach enlightenment. In the early 1970’s the first westerners started to travel to Japan to learn the sacred music of the shakuhachi called honkyoku.

Kakizakai Kaoru is one of the few holders of an ancient lineage of players that dates back to the 1700’s. He studied under the Japanese Grand Master Yokoyama Katsuya who debuted Toru Takemitsu’s composition November Steps at the Carnegie Hall with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra under the conductor Seiji Osawa.

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