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March 2015 • Online Edition
 

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LETTERS:
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BUSINESS: 
Chowder Room
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PEOPLE:
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READER'S PEN: 
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Acoustic/Eclectic | Print |  E-mail

Englewood Arts, at Englewood Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Pkwy., presents: Starlight Rhythms, Fridays, 7:30p.m. April 10, Austin Piazzolla Quintet, one of the country’s foremost tango ensembles brings talented improvisations and original compositions. Tickets: $15/$12 seniors/under 18 free.

Tickets at door one hour before concert or online: $20/$15/free under 18. Info: 303-806-8196, englewoodarts.org.

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Classical/Choral | Print |  E-mail

Augustana Arts, at Augustana Lutheran Church, 5000 E. Alameda Ave., presents: Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra with Rodney Farrar, cello, on Sat., March 21, 7:30p.m., playing Saint-Saens Cello Concerto No. 1, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor (“Beethoven’s Fifth”), along with Three English Dances by Roger Quilter. It’s the boundary-breaking Carpe Diem String Quartet, Fri., March 27, 7:30p.m. – without sacrificing commitment to the traditional quartet repertoire, Carpe Diem charts an “indie” course with passions for Gypsy, tango, folk, pop, rock, and jazz-inspired offerings.

Tickets for either concert: $24/$15/$8; augustanaarts.org; 303-388-4962.

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Rock & Roll | Print |  E-mail

Bluebird Theater, 3317 E. Colfax Ave., presents: March 7, Analog Son album release; 10, Common Kings; 11, Doro; 12, Mile High Sound Orchestra; 13, Manic Focus; 15, Mlima; 16, The Dodos; 17, Frontside Five; 19, The Outfit; 20, Goldfish; 21, The Congress; 22, 36 Crazyfists; 23, Magic Man; 26, Trout Steak Revival album release; 27, Hurray for The Riff Raff; 28, The London Souls/Sons of Bill; 30, Generationals; 31, Of Montreal; April 1, Stars; 2, Rocktin Grove; 3, Joe Pug.

Info: 303-322-2308, bluebirdtheater.net.

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Jazz | Print |  E-mail

Dazzle Restaurant, 930 Lincoln St., presents: March 7, Nir Felder; 8, Probosci; 12, Daryl Gott Quintet; 13, Stefan Karlsson Trio; 14-15, René Marie; 19-20, Anat Cohen Quartet: Celebrando Brazil; 21, Matt Skellenger Group; 22, Emily Takahashi Quintet; 26, Bill Kopper and Friends: Brazilian Instrumental Music; 27, Ken Walker Sextet; 28-29, Tony Monaco/Fareed Haque Trio feat. Greg Fundis; April 3, Convergence; 4, Joe Anderies/Ron Miles Collaboration Project; 5, Dale Bruning & Jude Hibler presentThe Timeless Music of John Lewis; 9-10, Trio M w/Myra Melford, Mark Dresser, Matt Wilson.

Blues Night w/Delta Sonics, Saturdays, 10:30p.m. 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/The Orchid Room, Thursdays, 10:30p.m.

Info: dazzlejazz.com, 303-839-5100.

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ArgusFest Film Series (Tuesdays at Mutiny Books, 2 S. Broadway; Thursdays at Mercury Cafe, 2199 California St.) presents: Documentary films at 7p.m. dealing with issues of conscience, followed by audience discussion (unless noted). March 10, Benton Harbor and Rev. Pinkney; 12, Kill the Messenger; 17, Point and Shoot; 19, no film; 24, The Vaccine Debate; 26, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Beliefs; 31, The Bastard Sings the Sweetest Song.

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Newman Center Presents, at Newman Center for the Performing Arts at DU, 2344 E. Iliff Ave., presents: Peter and the Wolf – Colorado Ballet’s season finale brings to life a beloved children’s tale filled with adventures of bravery and imagination. Clever young Peter chases a menacing wolf amidst a colorful world of dancing animal friends and lighthearted violin scores. Shows Fri.-Sat., March 27-28, 7:30p.m.; Sat.-Sun., 28-29, 2p.m. Tickets: box office, 303-871-7720 or newmantix.com.

 
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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. Over dinner, all parties testily convene, hungry for John’s tortured and fateful decision. Showings Fri.-Sat., March 13-14, Thur.-Sat., March 19-April 11, 7:30p.m. Tickets $23.50-26.50. Tickets & info: 303-321-5925 or avenuetheater.com.

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Abecedarian Gallery, 910 Santa Fe Dr., presents: Artists’ Book Cornucopia VI, an international juried exhibition highlighting the diversity of art and craft in the book arts genre. Also, in the Reading Room: Candace Hicks with hand-sewn books, prints & drawings. Both through March 14.

Opening Fri., March 27: Photo Book Works invitational, celebrating the Month of Photography with an invitational exhibition of artists’ books created with photographic imagery and/or processes as a primary element. Also, Amandine Nabarra-Piomelli Voyages (en train), photographs of visual journeys, each image part of a story that crosses other destinies within the series. Artist's reception: Fri., April 3, 6-9p.m.

Info: abecedariangallery.com or 720-282-4052.

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