STARLIGHT RHYTHMS

Our all new lively Friday night concert series featuring the best in pop, rock, blues and jazz!

 

October 3
7:30 p.m.

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Traditional American folk music by “Mean Mary”, a musical prodigy described as having “the voice of a ragged angel combined with the banjo playing of the devil.” Her stories, harmonies and mastery of the banjo are enchanting.

November 7
7:30 p.m.

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Denver-based folk/pop songstress, Katey Laurel, crafts both radio friendly tunes with lush, cinematic songs for film and television. With a background in classical piano and French horn as well as guitar and voice, her artistic roots are both deep and diverse.

December 12
7:30 p.m.

The Drifter Band

An uplifting acoustic trio playing bluegrass, folk, early rock, country and Hillbilly gospel. Their music includes a mix of old time music and original tunes performed on guitar, banjo, mandolin, Dobro, bass, glockenspiel, and accordion.

January 16
7:30 p.m.

Brigitte Lee

Singer/songwriter Brigitte Lee has been performing her own songs from the age of 16. Influenced by classic Hollywood musicals, Brigitte began playing piano at the age of seven and taking vocal lessons at twelve. Her show combines her love for hip-hop, folk and Indi rock.

February 6
7:30 p.m.

Vlad Girshevich

Highly sought-after jazz pianist and composer, Vlad Girshevich, was classically trained from an early age at the prestigious Uspenski School of Music in Uzbekistan. Vlad performs evocative melodies that are inviting. All About Jazz describes his talent as thrilling and adventurous.

March 6
7:30 p.m.

Alfredo Muro

A Latin virtuoso with a forte in the folk, jazz, Brazilian and classical music of South America, Alfredo Muro’s music has an emotional tie to the intricate styles of Choro, Samba, Frevo, Bossa Nova and Afro-samba. He has won many awards for his guitar playing in festivals across the world.

April 10
7:30 p.m.

Austin Piazzolla Quintet

Carrying on the tradition of Nuevo Tango made popular by the late Argentine composer, Astor Piazzolla, the Austin Piazzolla Quintet is one of the foremost tango ensembles in the country. Their talented improvisations and original compositions sell out venues all across the Austin Texas music scene.

May 22
7:30 p.m.

Dexter Payne Quintet

This jazz quintet combines their classical, improvised music with the vibrant romantic harmony and irresistible pulse of Brazil. Their sound ranges from that of a classical quartet to a sambafunk dance groove and a forro dance party.

 

Tickets – General Admission

Adults, $15
Seniors 60+, $12
Students under 18, Free

Available at the door beginning 1 hour prior to concert or online
Cash, checks, Visa or Mastercard 

Hampden Hall

1000 Englewood Parkway
2nd level of the Englewood Civic Center
Next to Englewood Light Rail Station

Easy, free parking on upper level
Next to Museum of Outdoor Arts
Handicap accessible

classical box

Englewood Arts has been presenting arts and music productions for the past eleven years. Our classical concerts feature musicians from the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.