Derek Banach Quintet

Colorado native Derek Banach has performed professionally for 25 years in a variety of settings from Jazz to Hip-Hop, Salsa, Classical, and Reggae. His roots are firmly set in the Hard-Bop stylings of 60's period icons such as Lee Morgan, Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw. Derek's quintet album, "Tugende" displays his composing talents and personal approach to trumpet playing. He has recorded with Italian producer Nicola Conte, Quintetto X, Paul Mulliken and has performed with Wynton Marsalis, Richie Cole, Joe Bonner and Ron Miles.

Justin Adams (piano), Keith Oxman (tenor sax), Dave Rohlf (drums), Ron Bland (bass)

A $15 per guest Artist Fee applies to this show. Reservations are highly recommended!

Guitarists Tim Wendel and Khabu Doug Young bring their individual styles together in order to highlight the rich compositional canon for modern jazz guitar.  The eclectic mix of pieces this ensemble draws from includes compositions from some of the world’s greatest guitarists including: Bill Frisell, Nguyen Le, Ben Monder, Marc Ducret, Tonhino Horta, Kurt Rosenwinkel, and Serge Lazarevitch.  In collaboration with bassist Patrick McDevitt and drummer Dru Heller, this quartet both honors the spirit of each composition and seeks to find original improvisational paths through the seminal pieces they perform to make them a bit their own.

$5 per person artist fee applies. Reservations recommended!

Anisha Rush (sax) Braxton Kahn (drums) Gonzalo Teppa (bass) Solomon Chapman (piano)

Colorado-based saxophonist and composer Anisha Rush began playing the saxophone at the age of 10 and immediately developed an interest in jazz and gospel music.  Anisha went on to study music and psychology, earning a BM in Jazz Studies from the Thompson Jazz Studies Program and a BA in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Anisha actively performs as bandleader of the Anisha Rush Quartet as well as the Pursuance Trio. As a sidewoman, she has been a member of The Ron Miles Group, The Boy/Girl Band lead by Art Lande, and the Colorado Jazz Group Big Band, playing with Colorado’s top players including Brad Goode, Jeff Jenkins, and Ken Walker.  Recently, Anisha received a grant from the Boulder County Arts Alliance through Pathways to Jazz allowing her to record her debut album, Pursuit released in October of 2016. The album features her unique approach to the music with a number of original compositions.

$7 PER GUEST ARTIST FEE APPLIES - RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED!

Born and raised (and still living near) in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Bobby Shew learned the craft of jazz by playing on the big bands of Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman, Maynard Ferguson, Benny Goodman, Terry Gibbs, Louie Bellson, Toshiko Akiyoshi, and Buddy Rich. Bobby also spent many years touring as lead trumpeter for Elvis Presley, Barbra Streisand, Tom Jones, Della Reese, Paul Anka, Robert Goulet, Connie Stevens, Vicky Carr and Steve Allen.

He has had Grammy Nominations, has won the Jazz Album of the Year in Australia/New Zealand, has been inducted into the NM Music Hall of Fame, has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for The Int’l Trumpet Guild, also the Lifetime Achievement Award for Jazz Education by the JEN group, and recently awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree from Elmhurst College in Illinois.

Joining Bobby on Stage: Ben Markley (piano), Ken Walker (bass)

John Gunther is a composer and multi-instrumentalist playing Saxophones, Clarinet, and Flute. With a restless musical spirit, he explores all forms of jazz from traditional to avant-garde as well as classical music, world music and experimental electronic music. He has performed or recorded with Dave Douglas, Ron Miles, Christian McBride, Bobby Watson, Wallace Roney, Larry Goldings,Tom Harrel, Dewey Redman, Joe Williams, The Woody Herman Orchestra, the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra and The Maria Schneider Orchestra.

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Heath Walton's passion for improvisation and jazz has taken him all over the US, receiving a Bachelor of Music in music performance from the University of Colorado in 2003, and a Master of the Arts in jazz studies from New York University in 2007. Living in New York City for seven years Heath Walton studied with George Garzone, Lenny Pickett, John Scofield, Jean-Michel Pilc, Brian Lynch, Tony Moreno, and Ralph Alessi to name a few.

Heath Walton ultimately relocated back to Colorado and graduated with his Doctorate in Music in 2016 - he currently teaches at CU Boulder, teaches privately, gigs nationally and locally, and helps his wife to raise two wonderful children.

John Hadfield is a percussionist, drummer, composer and bandleader (Trio of Myths and the Saints of Percussion).  John’s unique ability to cross genres has allowed him to appear with a broad range of ensembles and artists, including: Yo-Yo Ma, Kinan Azmeh’s City Band, Petros Klampanis’ Contextual, Nguyen Le’s STREAMS Quartet, The Saturday Night Live Band on NBC, Deep Purple, and The Silk Road Ensemble.

John has released two albums of his own compositions: The Eye of Gordon and Displaced. In his compositional work, John integrates improvisation and structure, while combining a variety of musical styles, including jazz, classical Western music, Carnatic music, and electronic music. His compositions involve a wide range of percussion sounds—from the traditional jazz drum set to the classical Indian kanjira, the African kalimba, as well as random objects such as bicycle wheels, pieces of metal, or ventilation tubes John’s work has received significant critical acclaim. John currently serves on the Jazz faculty of New York University, where he teaches drum set and the World Percussion Ensemble. John Hadfield has played alongside Lenny Pickett, Kenny Werner, Billy Drewes, Nguyen Le, Adam Rudolph, Ghalia Benali, Greg Osby, Gil Goldstein, Bobby Watson, Gilad Hekselman, Jean-Michel Pilc, Bridget Kibbey, Kristin Le, Brad Shepik, Mark Helias, Chris Jennings, François Rabbath, and Erik Friedlander.

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Guitarist, composer, educator Brad Shepik has recorded 9 albums with his groups Brad Shepik Organ Trio, Brad Shepik Quartet, Brad Shepik Trio, Human Activity Quintet, Brad Shepik and the Commuters. Since 1995 his ensembles have performed at major festivals and clubs across Europe and North America including The North Sea Jazz Festival, Garda Jazz Festival, Cologne Biennale Jazz Festival, Toulouse Jazz Festival, Bell Atlantic Festival, Verizon, Earshot, Caramoor Jazz Festival, Langnau Jazz Festival, Groningen, Salzburg, Jerez, Cadiz, Sevilla, American Guitar Festival, Leeds, Rochester Jazz Festival, Cork, Brussels, Edgefest and others.  

He currently performs solo concerts and with Brad Shepik Organ Trio, The Brad Shepik Quartet, Rambler, Combo Nuvo, Tom Beckham/Brad Shepik Duo, Balkan Peppers, Jamie Baum Septet, Matt Darriau's Paradox Trio, George Schuller's Circle Wide, Arthur Kell and others. He teaches Theory, Improvisation, World Ensemble, Jazz Combo, Chicago Blues, Balkan Music and private guitar at New York University and private guitar at New England Conservatory and City College of New York.

$15 per person artist fee - Reservations highly recommended!

Ahmad Jamal is a true jazz master whose music has influenced not only individual musicians (including Miles Davis), but also the evolution of the sound of jazz music itself. His trio was known for its swinging, engaging, and distinctive arrangements of standards, and for its use of space to let the music breathe. In this series, the Dana Landry Trio will bring their personal touch to some of the timeless works from the Ahmad Jamal Trio’s repertoire, with special focus to their groundbreaking album Live At The Pershing which is soon approaching its 60th anniversary.

Dana Landry - Piano   Erik Applegate - Bass   Jim White - Drums

Performing, recording, and touring together for over 15 years, the Dana Landry Trio has appeared throughout the U.S. and in Asia and Europe, and their debut recording Memphis Skyline (Artist Alliance Records) reached the Top 40 on the Jazz Week radio airplay chart. In addition to working as a standalone trio, the group has performed with some of the most prominent names in jazz including Eddie Daniels, Ingrid Jensen, George Garzone, Jaleel Shaw, Dave Pietro, Bob Sheppard, Deborah Brown, Clay Jenkins, and Dick Oatts, and can be heard on recordings including Dan Gailey’s What Did You Dream, Steve Owen’s Stand Up Eight, and Back When It Was Fun by the group 7 ON 7.

Dana Landry has performed with jazz artists including Milt Jackson, Bela Fleck, Jeff Coffin, Rufus Reid, Bill Watrous, Alan Dawson, David Liebman, Slide Hampton, and others. His first release as a leader, Journey Home (Summit Records), which features vibist Gary Burton, was nominated for a Grammy Award. Dana is one of the primary pianists for the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.

Called a "top-notch acoustic bass performer" by JazzReview.com, Erik Applegate has performed with artists including the Bob Mintzer Big Band, Nnenna Freelon, Milt Jackson, Jeff Coffin, Tom Harrell, Ron Miles, Marlena Shaw, and others. He toured with renowned pianist James Williams and in a trio with Harold Mabern and Ed Thigpen, and has appeared at festivals, clubs, and concert series throughout the U.S. and in Europe and Australia. His most recent release, Two’s Company (Artist Alliance Records), finds him in several different duo settings and was featured in Jazziz Magazine.

Jim White’s versatility and unique sound have been featured on many jazz, pop, and country recordings. He has performed and recorded with pop and country artists including J.D. Souther, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Crystal Gayle, Jerry Douglas, Charlie Peacock, Jack Pearson, Pam Tillis, Lorrie Morgan, and Willie Nelson. In addition, he toured internationally as a member of Maynard Ferguson’s “Big Bop Nouveau” band and has performed with top jazz artists including Terell Stafford, Joey Defrancesco, Curtis Stigers, Pat Bianchi, Jim Ferguson, Chris Potter, Annie Sellick, the North German Radio (N.D.R.) Big Band, and many others. White is proud to be an artist/clinician for Yamaha Drums, Sabian/Crescent Cymbals, Remo Drum Heads, Innovative Percussion sticks and mallets, and Humes and Berg Cases.

$7 per guest artist fee. Reservations recommended.

Guests must be 18+ or 15+ with a legal guardian

Derek Banach Quintet

Colorado native Derek Banach has performed professionally for 25 years in a variety of settings from Jazz to Hip-Hop, Salsa, Classical, and Reggae. His roots are firmly set in the Hard-Bop stylings of 60's period icons such as Lee Morgan, Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw. Derek's quintet album, "Tugende" displays his composing talents and personal approach to trumpet playing. He has recorded with Italian producer Nicola Conte, Quintetto X, Paul Mulliken and has performed with Wynton Marsalis, Richie Cole, Joe Bonner and Ron Miles.

Justin Adams (piano), Keith Oxman (tenor sax), Dave Rohlf (drums), Andre Rose (bass)

A $15 per guest Artist Fee applies to this show. Reservations are highly recommended!

You'll feel like you've walked into a filming of "Mad Men" as Drew Morell hosts a throw-back series that celebrates the hard-grooving sound of the jazz boogaloo from the 1960s. Songs like Ramsey Lewis's "The In Crowd" that introduced a hip, groove-oriented music blending blues, latin, and jazz that would inspire the birth of a genre that Wes Montgomery, Cannonball Adderly and Stanley Turrentine all took part in.  Drew's group will perform three Saturdays of this compelling music with a number of featured guests including Derek Banach (Trumpet), Byron Hamer (Sax), Andrew Vogt (Woodwinds), Paul Musso (Guitar), Seth Lewis (Bass), Bill Larson (Drums), Peter Huffaker (Bass) and Mike Marlier (Drums).

Legendary bassist and two-time Grammy award winner EDDIE GOMEZ has been on the cutting edge of music for over four decades. His impressive resumé includes performances with jazz giants such as Dizzy Gillespie, Bill Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Ahmad Jamal, Scott LaFaro, Marian McPartland, Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Chick Corea, Benny Goodman, Miles Davis, and many more.

Eddie’s unique sound and style can be heard on many Grammy winning records as well as on hundreds of recordings spanning the worlds of jazz, classical, Latin jazz, rhythm & blues, popular and contemporary music. Also a sought-after educator, Eddie is Artistic Director at the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico and also a resident artist at the Berklee College of Music, and formalerly an artist-in-residence and associate professor of jazz double bass at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. He’s taught, and conducted master classes at many universities across the country including Stanford, North Texas State, Georgia State and Jacksonville.

Mr. Gomez brings his trio to Denver to play Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club for the second time, featuring the formidable Ed Soph on drums and (one time Denver resident) Stefan Karlsson on the piano. 

 

Eddie Gomez at Nocturne

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Clifford Brown, was one of the great jazz musicians of the 20th century. Noted for his lyricism, pure tone, and graceful technique and was one of the key figures in the emerging hard bop scene of the early 1950’s on the east coast. Although his life was tragically cut short by a car accident at the age of 25, Clifford’s legacy and recordings still have a heavy influence on musicians today, especially those who take up the trumpet.

Born in Bridgewater, New Jersey, Gabriel Mervine began his professional playing career at the age of thirteen years old.  By the time he graduated high school he was already looking at making a career out of playing the trumpet.  He then went to the Colorado University at Boulder for Jazz Studies, but after one year decided to dedicate his time to becoming a working trumpet player, which would include continuing his studies privately with people such as Bobby Shew, Roger Ingram, and Greg Gisbert just to name a few.

Gabriel quickly gained recognition and began performing with people such as Natalie Cole, Christian McBride, Chie Imaizumi, the Ninth and Lincoln Orchestra, Terence Blanchard, Russell Malone, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, Steve Lippia, John McNeil, Convergence, Roberta Gambarini, the Motet, and Houston Person while also building a strong freelance career playing everything from Mariachi to Mahler.  Gabriel resides in Denver, Colorado and keeps a rigorous schedule of local and national performances

An artist fee of $16 per guest (per set) applies to this show. Reservations highly recommended!

Weekend Music Times: Set One: 6:30-8:00pm | Set Two: 9:-10:30pm

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Saxophonist, composer, producer and educator Greg Osby has made an indelible mark on contemporary jazz as a leader of his own ensembles and as a guest artist with other acclaimed jazz groups for the past 20 years. Highly regarded for his insightful and innovative approach to composition and performance, Osby is a shining beacon among the current generation of jazz musicians. He has earned numerous awards and critical acclaim for his recorded works and passionate live performances.

Born and reared in St. Louis, Greg Osby began his professional music career in 1975, after three years of private studies on clarinet, flute and alto saxophone. In 1978 Osby furthered his musical education at Howard University (Washington, D.C.) where he majored in Jazz Studies. He continued his studies at the Berklee College of Music (Boston, MA) from 1980 to 1983. Upon relocating to New York in 1983, Osby quickly established himself as a notable and in demand sideman for artists as varied as Herbie Hancock, Dizzy Gillespie, Jack DeJohnette, Andrew Hill, Muhal Richard Abrams, Jim Hall and many others.

In 1985 Osby was invited to to join Jack DeJohnette's innovative group, "Special Edition". It was as a member of this ensemble Osby was able to fine tune the more challenging aspects of his conception in an open ended, no holds barred musical situation. Says Osby, "My musical thinking for performance and composition advanced by light years as Jack was open to my input and was very encouraging in pushing me to to maintain a steady flow of experimentation. It marked a major turning point in my development as an artist." In 1987, Osby signed his first recording deal with a new German label , JMT (Jazz Music Today). With this situation, he felt that he was finally able to document life as he saw it through music. He had free creative reign to do whatever he liked. He recorded four CD titles for that label. Osby signed with Blue Note Records in 1990 and recorded fifteen outstanding recordings for that label as a leader. In 2008, Osby launched his own label, "Inner Circle Music", which serves as a platform for many of today's brightest artists. From the pulse of the streets and the language of a generation, Osby has sketched numerous musical essays set to a contemporary score using the improvisational nature of Jazz as the connecting thread. 

On "9 Levels", his latest recording on Inner Circle Music, Osby presents his wares in a sextet format and is joined by special guests, Nir Felder, guitar; Adam Birnbaum, piano; Joseph Lepore, bass; Hamir Atwal, drums; and a welcome newcomer to the international jazz scene, vocalist Sara Serpa.

Ben Markley - Piano     Evan Gregor - Bass     Dru Heller - Drums

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In support of his upcoming debut record release, the Heath Walton Quintet plays modern, original material.

 

Heath Walton - Tenor Sax, Tim Wendel - Guitar, Greg Harris Vibes and Piano, Patrick McDevitt - Bass, Dru Heller - Drumset

Thursday Night Artist in Residence Series at Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club

*A weeknight artist fee of $5 per person will be applied to each check

Jason Klobnak is a talented and versatile trumpet player that is a musician, author, clinician, composer and educator . Jason just recorded his second full-length album in 2015 called New Chapter and his first recording Mountain, Move, made #4 on the iTunes Jazz Charts list in its first week of release and earned its way onto the Best Recordings of 2013 list from AllAboutJazz.com by C. Michael Bailey.

JASON KLOBNAK - TRUMPET,   ERIC ERHARDT - TENOR,   JEFF JENKINS - ORGAN,   KEVIN MATTHEWS - DRUMS

An $8 per guest artist fee applies to this show. Reservations recommended! 

 

Alternative Rock Classics reimagined through the language and lens of the jazz idiom. Special guests Peter Sommer and Shane Endlsey will be on hand throughout different nights of this series.

Performer, Composer, Educator Jean-Luc Davis is an active performer in the Colorado music scene. In addition to leading his own ensemble, Jean-Luc plays with Gypsy Swing Revue, Tom Gershwin Quintet, Adam Bodine Trio, Andy Hackbarth Band, Jesse Manley Band, Jayme Stone and the Other side of the Air, the John Kite Quartet, and regularly accompanies Wonderbound. Additionally, Jean-Luc has performed with Ron Miles, Shane Endsley, Peter Sommer, 9th and Lincoln Orchestra, Art Lande, Greg Harris, the Aakash Mittal Quartet, Carmen Sandim Sextet, the Matt Fuller Group.

Jean-Luc Davis - Double Bass  Jack Dunlevie - Piano  Kevin Matthews - Drums

Special Guests:

Peter Sommer May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 22

Shane Endsley June 8, 15, 22, 29

Alternative Rock Classics reimagined through the language and lens of the jazz idiom. Special guests Peter Sommer and Shane Endlsey will be on hand throughout different nights of this series.

Performer, Composer, Educator Jean-Luc Davis is an active performer in the Colorado music scene. In addition to leading his own ensemble, Jean-Luc plays with Gypsy Swing Revue, Tom Gershwin Quintet, Adam Bodine Trio, Andy Hackbarth Band, Jesse Manley Band, Jayme Stone and the Other side of the Air, the John Kite Quartet, and regularly accompanies Wonderbound. Additionally, Jean-Luc has performed with Ron Miles, Shane Endsley, Peter Sommer, 9th and Lincoln Orchestra, Art Lande, Greg Harris, the Aakash Mittal Quartet, Carmen Sandim Sextet, the Matt Fuller Group.

Jean-Luc Davis - Double Bass  Jack Dunlevie - Piano  Kevin Matthews - Drums

Special Guests:

Peter Sommer May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 22

Shane Endsley June 8, 15, 22, 29

Alternative Rock Classics reimagined through the language and lens of the jazz idiom. Special guests Peter Sommer and Shane Endlsey will be on hand throughout different nights of this series.

Performer, Composer, Educator Jean-Luc Davis is an active performer in the Colorado music scene. In addition to leading his own ensemble, Jean-Luc plays with Gypsy Swing Revue, Tom Gershwin Quintet, Adam Bodine Trio, Andy Hackbarth Band, Jesse Manley Band, Jayme Stone and the Other side of the Air, the John Kite Quartet, and regularly accompanies Wonderbound. Additionally, Jean-Luc has performed with Ron Miles, Shane Endsley, Peter Sommer, 9th and Lincoln Orchestra, Art Lande, Greg Harris, the Aakash Mittal Quartet, Carmen Sandim Sextet, the Matt Fuller Group.

Jean-Luc Davis - Double Bass  Jack Dunlevie - Piano  Kevin Matthews - Drums

Special Guests:

Peter Sommer May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 22

Shane Endsley June 8, 15, 22, 29

$5 per guest Artist Fee Applies for this night of music. Reservations recommended!

Alternative Rock Classics reimagined through the language and lens of the jazz idiom. Special guests Peter Sommer and Shane Endlsey will be on hand throughout different nights of this series.

Performer, Composer, Educator Jean-Luc Davis is an active performer in the Colorado music scene. In addition to leading his own ensemble, Jean-Luc plays with Gypsy Swing Revue, Tom Gershwin Quintet, Adam Bodine Trio, Andy Hackbarth Band, Jesse Manley Band, Jayme Stone and the Other side of the Air, the John Kite Quartet, and regularly accompanies Wonderbound. Additionally, Jean-Luc has performed with Ron Miles, Shane Endsley, Peter Sommer, 9th and Lincoln Orchestra, Art Lande, Greg Harris, the Aakash Mittal Quartet, Carmen Sandim Sextet, the Matt Fuller Group.

Jean-Luc Davis - Double Bass  Jack Dunlevie - Piano  Kevin Matthews - Drums

Special Guests:

Peter Sommer May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 22

Shane Endsley June 8, 15, 22, 29

$5 per guest Artist Fee Applies for this night of music. Reservations recommended!

Alternative Rock Classics reimagined through the language and lens of the jazz idiom. Special guests Peter Sommer and Shane Endlsey will be on hand throughout different nights of this series.

Performer, Composer, Educator Jean-Luc Davis is an active performer in the Colorado music scene. In addition to leading his own ensemble, Jean-Luc plays with Gypsy Swing Revue, Tom Gershwin Quintet, Adam Bodine Trio, Andy Hackbarth Band, Jesse Manley Band, Jayme Stone and the Other side of the Air, the John Kite Quartet, and regularly accompanies Wonderbound. Additionally, Jean-Luc has performed with Ron Miles, Shane Endsley, Peter Sommer, 9th and Lincoln Orchestra, Art Lande, Greg Harris, the Aakash Mittal Quartet, Carmen Sandim Sextet, the Matt Fuller Group.

Jean-Luc Davis - Double Bass  Jack Dunlevie - Piano  Kevin Matthews - Drums

Special Guests:

Peter Sommer May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 22

Shane Endsley June 8, 15, 22, 29

$5 per guest Artist Fee Applies for this night of music. Reservations recommended!

Taking the Trane   

EARLY SEATING: 6PM   /   LATE SEATING: 9PM

Bandleader and saxophonist John Gunther brings an exciting three week series to the Nocturne stage that pays homage to the incredible musical legacy of John Coltrane. A smart mix of Coltrane compositions and originals inspired by Trane's musical ideas, this series features John leading three different quartets:

May 5th Lineup: Eric Gunnison, Leo Arguello, Paul Romaine

ABOUT THE BANDLEADER: Dr. John Gunther is a composer and multi-instrumentalist playing Saxophones, Clarinet, and Flute. With a restless musical spirit, he explores all forms of jazz from traditional to avant-garde as well as classical music, world music and experimental electronic music. He has performed or recorded with Dave Douglas, Ron Miles, Christian McBride, Bobby Watson, Wallace Roney, Larry Goldings,Tom Harrel, Dewey Redman, Joe Williams, The Woody Herman Orchestra, the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra and The Maria Schneider Orchestra. As part of New York city's "downtown" music scene for many years, he produced five recordings for Creative Improvised Music Projects (CIMP) and is co-founder of the contemporary jazz ensembles, "Spooky Actions" and "Convergence." John is an Associate Professor and director of the Thompson Jazz Studies Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. He received a Ph.D. from New York University. In 2007 he founded the Boulder Laptop Orchestra [BLOrk] to explore the intersection of music, performance, art, and technology. His work with BLOrk has led to further collaboration with the STEM program at CU exploring informal science education through the arts.


An $18 per seating Artist Fee applies to this show - Reservations are highly recommended!
EARLY SEATING: 6PM   /   LATE SEATING: 9PM
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