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April 2015 • Online Edition

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Acoustic/Eclectic | Print |  E-mail

Denver Eclectic Concerts, at Cameron Church, 1600 S. Pearl St., presents: The John Kite Quartet playing The Great American Songbook – Comfort Food for Musicians, Thur., April 9, 7p.m. Kite, renowned pianist often heard at Denver’s Brown Palace, is joined by Paul Mullikin, percussion, Jean-Luc Davis, bass, and Gabriel Merivine, trumpet.

        Tickets: $18 advance/$20. Info:


Classical/Choral | Print |  E-mail

Ambrosian Choristers & St. Augustine Chamber Players, at Saint Augustine’s Orthodox Church, 55 W. 3rd Ave. present: Carl Maria von Weber’s Mass in G (Jubel-Messe) op 76, for Orthodox Easter Sunday, April 12, 10a.m. Other musical offerings: Mozart’s Regina Caeli (KV 276) at Offertory, and Tantum ergo in B flat, KV 142 at Communion. The Gregorian Chant Propers of the Mass will be sung by the all-male Schola Cantorum, under direction of choirmaster/organist Frank Slechta.

        All are welcome to Easter Brunch following Mass, in the Parish Hall. Freewill offering. Parking available at Mi Casa, 4th & Acoma, and Eastern Star lot, 2nd & Acoma. Info at 303-832-3647.


Jazz | Print |  E-mail

Dazzle Restaurant, 930 Lincoln St., presents: April 4, Joe Anderies/Ron Miles Collaboration Project; 5, Dale Bruning & Jude Hibler present Timeless Music of John Lewis; 9-10, Trio M w/Myra Melford, Mark Dresser, Matt Wilson; 11-12, Brad Goode Quartet w/Ernie Watts; 17-18, Kneebody featuring Art Lande; 19, Annie Booth Quintet; 24, Ken Walker Sextet; 25, Gunther, Jenkins & White, playing Stanley Turrentine & more; 27, World Music Night w/ Los Bohemios. These are free: Urban Brunch, Sundays, 10:30a.m., Julie Monley Quartet; Jazz Jam, Tuesdays, 9p.m.; The Organization w/ Jeff Jenkins, Wednesdays, 9p.m.; “Artist in Residence” w/Lark Spruce, Thursdays, 10:30p.m.

        Info: dazzlejazz.com, 303-839-5100.

Rock & Roll | Print |  E-mail

Bluebird Theater, 3317 E. Colfax Ave., presents: April 4, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band; 5, Weedeater; 6, Kitty Daisy & Lewis; 9, Tattooed Strings; 10, Bag Raiders; 11, Rowdy Shadehouse; 13, Nosaj Thing/Clark; 17, Twin Shadow; 18, H*Wood; 21, Two Gallants; 22, Shlohmo; 23, Buck 65/Astronautalis; 24, In the Company of Serpents; 25, Tennis; 26, 4th Annual Bringing Back The Arts Music Competition; May 1, Rock for Youth: Air Dubai. Info: 303-322-2308. bluebirdtheater.net

Film | Print |  E-mail

Denver Silent Film Festival, at Davis Auditorium, Sturm Hall at DU, 2000 E. Asbury Ave., presents: Fri.-Sun., April 24-26, 18 classic silent films with live music. Opening night screening of The Thief of Bagdad, Douglas Fairbanks’ most exuberant film; also, short films by D.W. Griffith; program of short comedies (Harold Lloyd, Laurel and Hardy, Charlie Chaplin); 100th anniversary showing of perhaps the most problematic film ever made – The Birth of a Nation;The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg (1927) which will convert almost anyone into a lover of silent cinema; The Big Parade; and many more.

Dance | Print |  E-mail

Ballet Ariel, at Hampden Hall, 1000 Englewood Pkwy, presents: Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Raymonda and Vincent Van Gogh – embrace a variety of styles and moods when vignettes from upcoming performances combine classical tradition and contemporary culture. Free performance Sun., April 12, 3p.m. Info: 303-945-4388

Theater | Print |  E-mail

Avenue Theater, 417 E. 17th Ave., presents: Cock – John takes a break from his boyfriend and accidentally falls in love with a woman. His path and sexuality become emotionally conflicted; standby boyfriend and new girlfriend enter a ring of competition as they await his decision and prepare to fight for his commitment. Showings Fri.-Sat. through April 11, 7:30p.m. Tickets $23.50-26.50. Info: 303-321-5925 avenuetheater.com

Galleries | Print |  E-mail

Abecedarian Gallery, 910 Santa Fe Dr., presents: Photo Book Works Invitational, celebrating the Month of Photography (MOP) with invitational exhibition of artists’ books crafted with photographic imagery and/or processes as a primary element. Also, Amandine Nabarra-Piomelli Voyages (en train), a series of visual journeys, each photographic image part of a story that crosses other destinies within the series. Info at 720-282-4052.abecedariangallery.com