Lone Tree Arts Center

The Duke, the Count, and Stevie Too! | May 11

May 5, 2018

The CJRO was born at the Lone Tree Arts Center back in 2012, and now returns with this exciting concert. Catch the CJRO performing songs from Duke Ellington and Count Basie, along with brand new selections from our Stevie Wonder project! , Songs such as; "It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got that Swing." and "Prelude to a Kiss," along with Stevie Wonder's "Living for the City" and "My Cheri Amour!"


The SF Jazz Collective is an all-star award-winning band comprising eight of the finest performers/composers at work in jazz today. Each year the group focuses on the legacy of one artist that has had a significant impact on music.

This year the ensemble performs new arrangements as well as original compositions inspired by the artistry of jazz legend Miles Davis. More than anyone else, Davis consistently changed the sound of jazz from the birth of bebop in the 1940s to the integration of rock approaches that gave rise to the fusion movement in the 1970s.

August Wilson's "Fences" at Lone Tree Arts Center

Apr 8, 2018

August Wilson, winner of two Pulitzer Prizes and a Tony Award, is widely regarded as one of the finest playwrights ever to write for the American stage. His American Century Cycle, which traces the African-American experience through ten plays, each set in a different decade, stands as a staggering achievement. Fences, the sixth play in the Cycle, revolves around the life of garbage collector Troy Maxson. When his rise through the Negro baseball leagues hit the ceiling of racial prejudice, Maxson turned away from a world of unfulfilled promises and denied opportunities.

After Midnight | July 21

Jul 17, 2017

It’s Time to Swing! Award-winning clarinetist Roger Campbell leads Denver’s Big Band Swing sextet, "After Midnight." Formed in 1997, this extraordinary group of musicians has performed thousands of concerts around the world for jazz festivals, clubs, summer concerts, and more. They conquer dizzying charts by the likes of Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Lionel Hampton, Nat King Cole, and Frank Sinatra. It's modern, exciting, danceable, and great fun for listeners of all ages!

Muscle Shoals: I'll Take You There | Feb 2 - 12

Feb 2, 2017

Celebrate the incredible music recorded at Muscle Shoals and share in the stories behind the music. A group of talented musicians take you on a journey from Muscle Shoals’ early days with W.C. Handy through music made famous by such greats as Wilson Pickett, Etta James, Aretha Franklin, the Staple Singers, Percy Sledge, Paul Simon, Mac Davis, and many more. Developed by Randal Myler, who spent weeks with an all-access pass to that magical, musical Alabama region, Muscle Shoals: I’ll Take You There will bring stories and songs to life.