Dazzle Jazz

Festival Del Tambor | Apr 24

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The 3rd annual Festival del Tambor will be held at Dazzle Jazz Club on Monday, April 24, at 7pm. The festival will feature a TBD guest artist performing with two local Afro-Caribbean bands - Kent Denver's Downbeat Award-winning Azucartones and CU-Denver's Voz de la Clave. more

Jonathan Kreisberg Quartet | Apr 29 & 30

Apr 22, 2017

Combining timeless melodicism with forward–thinking lines and textures, the music of Jonathan Kreisberg continues to attract a growing international fan base. His compositions have been performed by his groundbreaking quartet on five continents. As a guitarist, his sound and technique has influenced the next generation of players and has arguably contributed to the evolution of the instrument in jazz.

Ravi Coltrane Quartet | Apr 19, 20, & 21

Apr 21, 2017

Ravi Coltrane is a critically acclaimed Grammy™ nominated saxophonist, bandleader, and composer. In the course of a twenty plus year career, Mr. Coltrane has worked as a sideman to many, recorded noteworthy albums for himself and others and founded a prominent independent record label, RKM.

Arturo Gómez

In just about a month, Dazzle will close its doors on Lincoln Street with a performance by Tyler Gilmore and the Ninth and Lincoln Orchestra. Then, on June 1, it will reopen in the much larger and historic Baur’s Building on Curtis Street, just a block or so from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The impressive new space will have multiple stages, a record store, a bakery and coffee shop, and a stepped-up menu from Chief Mario Godoy. The core performance space will be double the size of the current Dazzle location.

The top jazz artists from 5 countries, spanning four generations, meet in Colorado to create some of the most daring, high-energy music on the planet.

Featuring: Ernie Watts, tenor saxophone (California), Claire Daly, baritone saxophone (New York City), Brad Goode, trumpet (Chicago), Adrean Farrugia, piano (Canada), Bijoux Barbosa, bass (Brasil), Helen DeLaRosa, drums (Dominican Republic), Rony Barrak, percussion (Lebanon)

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