live music

KUVO Studio Club: The Open Source Ensemble | Mar 21

21 hours ago
Open Source

The Open Source Ensemble will perform in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio in front of the Studio Club audience on Wednesday, March 21 from 5 to 6pm. Conceived by bassist Seth Lewis and Tenor-man Kenyon Brenner, Open Source is a collaborative group of Denver area jazz composers and players who draw musical inspiration from greats such as: The Jazz Messengers, Miles Davis’ Quintets, Horace Silver and Wayne Shorter.

The Bad Plus at Dazzle | Mar 20 & 21

21 hours ago

The Bad Plus came together at the end of the 20th century and has avoided easy categorization ever since, winning critical hosannas and a legion of fans worldwide with their creativity, unique sound and flair for live performance. The intensely collaborative trio has constantly searched for rules to break and boundaries to cross, bridging genres and techniques while exploring the infinite possibilities of three exceptional musicians working in perfect sync.

Arturo Sandoval at The Lincoln Center | Mar 22

Mar 18, 2018
Marie Iriarte

A protégé of the legendary jazz master Dizzy Gillespie, Arturo Sandoval is one of the world’s most acknowledged guardians of jazz trumpet and Flugel horn, as well as a renowned classical artist, pianist and composer.

Teresa Carroll & Eric Gunnson | Mar 21

Mar 18, 2018

This month features the fabulous Eric Gunnison!  Teresa & Eric will be playing “Songs Rarely Sung” from the Great American Song Book, featuring music by Johnny Mercer, Richard Rodgers, Cole Porter and other American composers.

La Cour French Bistro & Jazz Club
Wednesday, March 21 - 7pm
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Eddie Harris Tribute | Thursdays Mar & Apr

Mar 17, 2018

A quartet of Denver's jazz elite ( saxophonist Keith Oxman, guitarist Dave Corbus, bassist Ken Walker and drummer Todd Reid ) will be exploring Eddie Harris' legacy and musical ideas through their own lens Thursday nights through March & April.  An influential force on the jazz world for decades, tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris used his light and fluid sound to bring groundbreaking compositions such as “Listen Here”, “Freedom Jazz Dance”, and “Cold Duck Time" to the world.