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Saturday, December 09
Boulder
Sound Circle Solstice 2017 Columbine Unity
at 01:00 PM
18-voice women's a cappella ensemble Sound Circle joined by violinist/composer Anthony Salvo, cellist Nelson Walker, and harpist Janet Harriman in an unusual and evocative Solstice program. 
Under Milk Wood Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Welcome to a day in the life of the Welsh seaside village of Llareggub. Prepare to catch an honest and brazen glimpse into the lives of the inhabitants of the town as they awaken from another night of long, lost dreams. Dylan Thomas originally wrote Under Milk Wood to be a 1950s radio play, and his writing is comical, moving, and lyrical, making for an impossibly unique play that has been adapted to fit today's stage. 
International Film Series - The Square CU Boulder, Muenzinger Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
The Square is set in a renowned museum where an artist exhibits an installation meant to promote altruism, providing people with a symbolic space where only good things can happen. The movie's protagonist is the manager of the museum who hires a ruthless PR firm to build some buzz around the installation but things get out of hand.

Sweden, in English, Color, 142 min 
Denver
Holiday Miniatures Show at Abend Gallery Abend Gallery, 1412 Wazee
at noon
With work from a wide range of artists, from emerging to well-established, and spanning multiple genres, art appreciators of all types will delight in this engaging and long-standing exhibition which fills the entire expansive gallery space with over 50 artists contributing from 200 to 300 original works of art. December 9-31, Opening Reception: December 9, 6-10pm. Abend Gallery, 1412 Wazee St., Denver 303-355-0950 - Hours: Tue-Sat, 12 - 6pm 
Colorado Women's & Mens Chorale Holiday Family Sing-Along Augustana Lutheran Church
at 02:30 PM
The Chorales perform favorite Christmas songs and carols, as well as a grand finale: a sing-along of Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus" from Messiah. Parents and grandparents are encouraged to bring the children and grandchildren; all voices get to sing in this show. A holiday festival featuring pictures with Santa, food, and cookie decoration, and games follows the concert. 303-388-4962. 
Lakewood
One Night Stand Theater presents "In the Works 3" Red Rocks Community College Theatre
at 07:00 PM
This evening of performances and readings of short plays features comedy and drama from Red Rocks Community College playwrighting students and theatre faculty: The Snack Queens by David-Matthew Barnes, American Girl by Tami Canaday, Hippies Running the World by Franklin Cole, Grave Digging by Tyler Davis, Mr. Norman by Rebecca Rauh, Five Months and Twenty-Nine Days by Mackenzie Smith and Dog House by Levi Zavorotny. Admission is free (donation suggested) 
Sunday, December 10
Boulder
Adult Coloring Settembre Cellars Winery and Tasting Room
at 01:00 PM
Grab some friends and choose a coloring sheet from one of our adult coloring books and use our pencils. 
Under Milk Wood Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:30 PM
Welcome to a day in the life of the Welsh seaside village of Llareggub. Prepare to catch an honest and brazen glimpse into the lives of the inhabitants of the town as they awaken from another night of long, lost dreams. Dylan Thomas originally wrote Under Milk Wood to be a 1950s radio play, and his writing is comical, moving, and lyrical, making for an impossibly unique play that has been adapted to fit today's stage. 
Tuesday, December 12
Boulder
Introduction to 2018 Boulder Arts Commission Grants Boulder Library: Main Branch
at 05:30 PM
In 2018, the Boulder Arts Commission grants program will offer over $170,000 for community projects, arts education, professional development, venue rental assistance, and more. Grants are available for organizations, individuals, and classrooms. Join us to learn about grants available and new grant application software.

Free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. We highly encourage you to bring a laptop. 
Denver
Wonderbound Presents Snow with Jesse Manley and His Band Wonderbound Studio 1075 Park Avenue West Denver, CO 80205
at 06:15 PM
An elusive spell. A formidable quest. Love eternal.
Last season, Garrett Ammons dark fable premiered to sold out crowds and standing ovations. Set to a haunting score by Jesse Manley and His Band, Snow weaves a spellbinding tale of a cunning magpie, a devious wolf and the enchantment of a juniper tree. 6:15 pm & 8:30 pm
Wed, Dec 13; 6:15 pm & 8:30 pm Thurs, Dec 14; 6:15 pm & 8:30 p.m.Tues, Dec 19; 6:15 pm & 8:30 pm Wed, Dec 20; 6:15 pm & 8:30 pm Thurs, Dec 21; 6:15 pm & 8:30 pm
 
Longmont
Art Enrichment for Youth by Ree O'Winds Firehouse Art Center
at 04:15 PM
The art of drawing and painting is a skill that can taught and learned. It is Ree's joy to share the skills that she has perfected over her 40+ years as a professional artist and art educator. She will be teaching students art principles and techniques in different mediums and styles.


 
Stories with Spirit presents Solstice Stories Still Cellars
at 07:00 PM
As the darkest days of winter draw around us, join Stories with Spirit at Still Cellars to share in the light of live storytelling! This show will feature holiday stories from a number of traditions, as well as new stories from both Cooper Braun and Rachel Ann Harding. 
Wednesday, December 13
Boulder
BETC's 'Every Christmas Story Ever Told' Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Every Christmas Story allows attendees to revel in the spirit of the holiday season while spoofing the commercialization of Christmas through satire and comic relief. The opening performance on Weds. Dec. 13 is also a benefit performance in memory of Daniel Langhoff who was in the cast of Every Christmas Story last season and recently succumbed to a battle with cancer. All proceeds from ticket sales for Dec. 13 will go towards supporting Daniels wife and two daughters. 
Longmont
Artist Gathering at Longtucky Spirits Longtucky Spirits
at 06:00 PM
You are invited to the final Artist Gathering of 2017! Meet local artists while enjoying a beverage from Longtucky Spirtis and light appetizers.

We invite you to bring work with you to this event. Longtucky has some space and would love to see your work!

Additionally hear about new opportunities for Artists at the Firehouse! All ages are welcome in this family friendly environment. 
Thursday, December 14
Boulder
Synergy Dance Collective Nevei Kodesh (19th and Glenwood)
at 07:00 PM
The Synergy Dance Collective is an open free-form community dance gathering in a safe & sacred space to enjoy exploring free,full expression of movement--including solo,partner,group,ecstatic,& contact improv. Join us 2nd and 4th Thursdays every month from 7:00-8:45p. Please arrive early. Doors close 7:10p. Closing circle,community connection at 8:45. 
Under Milk Wood Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Welcome to a day in the life of the Welsh seaside village of Llareggub. Prepare to catch an honest and brazen glimpse into the lives of the inhabitants of the town as they awaken from another night of long, lost dreams. Dylan Thomas originally wrote Under Milk Wood to be a 1950s radio play, and his writing is comical, moving, and lyrical, making for an impossibly unique play that has been adapted to fit today's stage. 
Friday, December 15
Denver
SupaStore Human - We are the Product Dikeou Pop-Up: Colfax 312 E Colfax Ave
at 06:00 AM
London-based artist Sarah Staton will lead a plaster casting workshop where participants will cast their hands, arms and feet. The castings will become part of the SupaStore Human installation, which officially opens to the public on Friday, December 15, 6-8pm. Both the workshop and the opening reception are free and open to the public. SupaStore Human will be on view through February 2018.
 
Longmont
Writer's Workshop! Firehouse Art Center
at 07:00 PM
This months workshop is different from our regular workshops!

We will be working on our project for the end of year program installation show, and showcasing our workshops and poetry program.

Please bring your creativity and know how! This will be our chance to show the community all that we have to offer. See you there! 
Saturday, December 16
Boulder
CD Release for 1st Strike by Blue Lightning Dannik's Gunbarrel Corner Bar
at 07:30 PM
Blue Lightnings on a mission to create in-the-moment, rural blues. The traditions and spontaneous energy of Southern country blues masters, like Mississippi Fred McDowell, Lightnin Hopkins, Big Joe Williams and Sonny Terry, come alive in their music. Original song writing and arrangements keep it fresh. Blue Lightning is made up of Louisiana Sam Gillis, hailing from Lafayette, Louisiana, on Dobro and acoustic guitar and Mad Dog Friedman, originally from the St. Louis area, on blues harp. 
Under Milk Wood Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Welcome to a day in the life of the Welsh seaside village of Llareggub. Prepare to catch an honest and brazen glimpse into the lives of the inhabitants of the town as they awaken from another night of long, lost dreams. Dylan Thomas originally wrote Under Milk Wood to be a 1950s radio play, and his writing is comical, moving, and lyrical, making for an impossibly unique play that has been adapted to fit today's stage. 
Denver
Stories on Stage presents Making Merry King Center
at 01:30 PM
Holiday stories and songs with a British flair! Celebrating their 17th Season, Stories on Stage presents renowned actors performing dynamic and entertaining short stories.
Dec. 16 at 1:30 p.m. @ Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St, Boulder - 80302. tickets.thedairy.org or 303-444-7328. Dec. 16 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 17 at 1:30 p.m. @ King Center, 855 Lawrence Way www.storiesonstage.org or call 303-494-0523 
Longmont
Harps for the Holidays@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 01:00 PM
A well-loved seasonal favorite returns to the Library for another performance of delightful holiday favorites by the Colorado Celtic Harp Society. Take a break from your shopping to stop by the library and watch, or just browse and enjoy the music as it fills our space. Please call 303-651-8472 for more information. 
Don't Yell At Me, Episode 24 Still Cellars
at 07:00 PM
Its that creative adventuring time again when we have the pleasure and honor to host one of Colorados most unique evenings of poetry, music, expression, art, weirdness, fun, and mayhem! Treat yourself to a bit of the unknown and join us! 
Sunday, December 17
Boulder
Under Milk Wood Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:30 PM
Welcome to a day in the life of the Welsh seaside village of Llareggub. Prepare to catch an honest and brazen glimpse into the lives of the inhabitants of the town as they awaken from another night of long, lost dreams. Dylan Thomas originally wrote Under Milk Wood to be a 1950s radio play, and his writing is comical, moving, and lyrical, making for an impossibly unique play that has been adapted to fit today's stage. 
Denver
Augustana Lutheran Church Festival Christmas Concert Augustana Lutheran Church
at 07:30 PM
And on Earth, Peace, featuring Chancel Choir, Augustana Ringers, AVE and Stratus Chamber Orchestra. Enjoy Christmas favorites Oh Little Town of Bethlehem and Angels We Have Heard on High Go Tell It on the Mountain by Joel Raney for handbells and percussion plus many more. The evening includes a carol sing-along. December 17 @ 7:30pm - free and open to the public. Reserve tickets at www.AugustanaArts.org or 303-388-4962. 
Friday, December 22
Boulder
The Christmas Revels: An Irish Celebration of the Winter Solstic Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
the Christmas Revels returns with a show steeped in Irish music, dance and story-telling. Five performances, Dec 22-27 
Longmont
Poetry Night! Firehouse Art Center
at 07:00 PM
Come one, come all, and join us for poetry night!

Share your words, or just come and listen to the great local poets. Please sign up to share your orginal pieces when you arrive. A $5 donation is suggested.

We look forward to hearing what is in your hearts and minds! 
Saturday, December 23
Westminster
32nd Annual Winter Solabration Joyful Ballroom
at 06:00 PM
Come Solabrate at the 32nd Annual Winter Solabration - Denver's unique holiday celebration. Wassail, singing, and dancing for all. Plus great entertainment - Bryan Connolly Extreme Juggling, storyteller Susan Marie Frontczak, the Maroon Bells Morris Dancers, the Solstice Sword Dancers, a Mummers' Play, and a performance by the High Country Dancers.

 
Wednesday, December 27
Boulder
Permanent Dairy Center for the Arts
at 04:30 PM
Magnolia Pictures presents PERMANENT, a new comedy by director Colette Burson (co-creator and producer of HBOs Hung). Set in 1982 in small town Virginia, PERMANENT centers around 13-year-old Aurelie Dickson (newcomer Kira McLean) and her parents Jeanne (Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette) and Jim (The Offices Rainn Wilson). After an unfortunate and ill-timed visit to the hairdresser, Aurelie, Jeanie and Jim struggle through hilariously awkward life changes. 
Thursday, December 28
Boulder
Permanent Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:30 PM
Magnolia Pictures presents PERMANENT, a new comedy by director Colette Burson (co-creator and producer of HBOs Hung). Set in 1982 in small town Virginia, PERMANENT centers around 13-year-old Aurelie Dickson (newcomer Kira McLean) and her parents Jeanne (Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette) and Jim (The Offices Rainn Wilson). After an unfortunate and ill-timed visit to the hairdresser, Aurelie, Jeanie and Jim struggle through hilariously awkward life changes. 
Synergy Dance Collective Nevei Kodesh (19th and Glenwood)
at 07:00 PM
The Synergy Dance Collective is an open free-form community dance gathering in a safe & sacred space to enjoy exploring free,full expression of movement--including solo,partner,group,ecstatic,& contact improv. Join us 2nd and 4th Thursdays every month from 7:00-8:45p. Please arrive early. Doors close 7:10p. Closing circle,community connection at 8:45. 
Friday, December 29
Boulder
Permanent Dairy Center for the Arts
at 04:30 PM
Magnolia Pictures presents PERMANENT, a new comedy by director Colette Burson (co-creator and producer of HBOs Hung). Set in 1982 in small town Virginia, PERMANENT centers around 13-year-old Aurelie Dickson (newcomer Kira McLean) and her parents Jeanne (Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette) and Jim (The Offices Rainn Wilson). After an unfortunate and ill-timed visit to the hairdresser, Aurelie, Jeanie and Jim struggle through hilariously awkward life changes. 
Saturday, December 30
Aurora
I'll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers Vintage Theater
at 07:30 PM
Tony winner John Logan's one-character play Ill Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers stars Emma Messenger as Sue Mengers, a self-invented woman in the boys' club of Hollywood agents. Outshining her contemporaries with her wit and intelligence, she came to represent some of the biggest stars Hollywood, including Barbra Streisand, Steve McQueen, Cher and Burt Reynolds. December 30 & 31 at 7:30pm - 303-856-7830. 
Boulder
Permanent Dairy Center for the Arts
at 03:30 PM
Magnolia Pictures presents PERMANENT, a new comedy by director Colette Burson (co-creator and producer of HBOs Hung). Set in 1982 in small town Virginia, PERMANENT centers around 13-year-old Aurelie Dickson (newcomer Kira McLean) and her parents Jeanne (Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette) and Jim (The Offices Rainn Wilson). After an unfortunate and ill-timed visit to the hairdresser, Aurelie, Jeanie and Jim struggle through hilariously awkward life changes. 
Permanent Dairy Center for the Arts
at 08:00 PM
Magnolia Pictures presents PERMANENT, a new comedy by director Colette Burson (co-creator and producer of HBOs Hung). Set in 1982 in small town Virginia, PERMANENT centers around 13-year-old Aurelie Dickson (newcomer Kira McLean) and her parents Jeanne (Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette) and Jim (The Offices Rainn Wilson). After an unfortunate and ill-timed visit to the hairdresser, Aurelie, Jeanie and Jim struggle through hilariously awkward life changes. 
Thursday, January 11
Boulder
Synergy Dance Collective Nevei Kodesh (19th and Glenwood)
at 07:00 PM
The Synergy Dance Collective is an open free-form community dance gathering in a safe & sacred space to enjoy exploring free,full expression of movement--including solo,partner,group,ecstatic,& contact improv. Join us 2nd and 4th Thursdays every month from 7:00-8:45p. Please arrive early. Doors close 7:10p. Closing circle,community connection at 8:45. 
Denver
[Colony 933]: An immersive mystery dance-theatre Novo Coffee on 6th Ave
at 07:30 PM
[Colony 933] is an immersive mystery dance-theatre set in a post-apocalyptic world where the sun hasnt risen for years. Produced by Control Group Productions and directed by Kate Speer with a plot written by Frankie Toan, the work is conceived of and created collectively by Denver's best experimental artists in music, dance, and visual art. Be prepared for an immersive, interactive work where the audience uncovers the clues and decides the outcome. 
Friday, January 12
Aurora
Lady Day at Emersons Bar and Grill Vintage Theater
at 07:30 PM
Its 1959 in Philadelphia and the audience is about to witness one of Billie Holidays final performances. Her songs are interlaced with salty, often humorous reminiscences to create a portrait of a legend. Jan 12 - Feb 18*, Fri/Sat & 1/22 at 7:30pm; Sun 2:30pm; Feb 1, 8 & 15 @ 7:30pm vintagetheatre.org or 303-856-7830. Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton in Aurora. The show moves to the Garner Galleria on March 5 and plays Mondays at 7:30pm through April 23. Denvercenter.org. 
Denver
[Colony 933]: An immersive mystery dance-theatre Novo Coffee on 6th Ave
at 07:30 PM
[Colony 933] is an immersive mystery dance-theatre set in a post-apocalyptic world where the sun hasn't risen for years. Produced by Control Group Productions and directed by Kate Speer with a plot written by Frankie Toan, the work is conceived of and created collectively by Denver's best experimental artists in music, dance, and visual art. Be prepared for an immersive, interactive work where the audience uncovers the clues and decides the outcome. 
Saturday, January 13
Denver
[Colony 933]: An immersive mystery dance-theatre Novo Coffee on 6th Ave
at 07:30 PM
[Colony 933] is an immersive mystery dance-theatre set in a post-apocalyptic world where the sun hasn't risen for years. Produced by Control Group Productions and directed by Kate Speer with a plot written by Frankie Toan, the work is conceived of and created collectively by Denver's best experimental artists in music, dance, and visual art. Be prepared for an immersive, interactive work where the audience uncovers the clues and decides the outcome. Arrive early to enjoy Novo. 
Thursday, January 18
Denver
[Colony 933]: An immersive mystery dance-theatre Novo Coffee on 6th Ave
at 07:30 PM
[Colony 933] is an immersive mystery dance-theatre set in a post-apocalyptic world where the sun hasn't risen for years. Produced by Control Group Productions and directed by Kate Speer with a plot written by Frankie Toan, the work is conceived of and created collectively by Denver's best experimental artists in music, dance, and visual art. Be prepared for an immersive, interactive work where the audience uncovers the clues and decides the outcome. Arrive early to enjoy Novo. 
Friday, January 19
Denver
[Colony 933]: An immersive mystery dance-theatre Novo Coffee on 6th Ave
at 07:30 PM
[Colony 933] is an immersive mystery dance-theatre set in a post-apocalyptic world where the sun hasn't risen for years. Produced by Control Group Productions and directed by Kate Speer with a plot written by Frankie Toan, the work is conceived of and created collectively by Denver's best experimental artists in music, dance, and visual art. Be prepared for an immersive, interactive work where the audience uncovers the clues and decides the outcome. Arrive early to enjoy Novo. 
Saturday, January 20
Denver
[Colony 933]: An immersive mystery dance-theatre Novo Coffee on 6th Ave
at 07:30 PM
[Colony 933] is an immersive mystery dance-theatre set in a post-apocalyptic world where the sun hasn't risen for years. Produced by Control Group Productions and directed by Kate Speer with a plot written by Frankie Toan, the work is conceived of and created collectively by Denver's best experimental artists in music, dance, and visual art. Be prepared for an immersive, interactive work where the audience uncovers the clues and decides the outcome. Arrive early to enjoy Novo. 
Wednesday, January 24
Boulder
STRANGE GRACE, a world premiere workshop Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
Jane Shepard's award-winning play STRANGE GRACE will have its premiere staging at The Dairy Arts Center in Boulder. Written in response to the Columbine High School shootings, this moving play looks at the futility of violence in an age where love and healing is the true act of courage Jane Shepard is the author of the popular collection KICASS PLAYS FOR WOMEN. This production is a part of the MADE IN BOULDER Play Festival. 
Sunday, January 28
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Hollywood Escape Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
In collaboration with Off the Hook Arts, the Dairy presents the final chapter in the Hollywood Escape WinterFest series. The granddaughters of Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco and Erich Wolfgang Korngold join us to reminisce on works from this great era! Performers include Harumi Rhodes, David Requiro, Deborah Marshall, Marija Stroke, and will be hosted by composer and OTHA Artistic Director, Bruce Adolphe. 
Friday, February 09
Broomfield
Le Petit Prince / The Little Prince Broomfield Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Danse Etoile presents the world premiere of Le Petit Prince, a magical story ballet based on the beloved story by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Music includes classical and contemporary styles with scores by Les Choristes and original compositions for the ballet by Colorado composer Bruce Klepper. Sophisticated choreography, imaginative costumes, and evocative projection art bring the poetic world Le Petit Prince to life for all ages. 
Denver
Wonderbound Presents Aphrodite's Switchboard 1001 W. 84th Avenue Denver, CO 80260
at 07:30 PM
After their tremendous success with Boomtown, Wonderbound and Chimney Choir will consort once more to venture into the realm of the exquisite goddess of love, Aphrodite. Aphrodites Switchboard will physicalize the deity as a modernized switchboard operator orchestrating romantic shenanigans among mortals. But beware crossed wires and best-laid plans, as meddling may tumble into the ensnarement of the goddess herself. 
Saturday, February 10
Broomfield
Le Petit Prince / The Little Prince Broomfield Auditorium
at 07:30 PM
Danse Etoile presents the world premiere of Le Petit Prince, a magical story ballet based on the beloved story by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Music includes classical and contemporary styles with scores by Les Choristes and original compositions for the ballet by Colorado composer Bruce Klepper. Sophisticated choreography, imaginative costumes, and evocative projection art bring the poetic world Le Petit Prince to life for all ages. 2pm Matinee 
Sunday, February 11
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Miami String Quartet Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:00 PM
Praised by The New York Times as having everything one wants in a quartet, the internationally renowned Miami String Quartet has established its place among the most widely respected quartets in America. The quartet will perform some of the most celebrated works in the string quartet repertoire including Mozarts G Major, Shostakovich 8th and Mendelssohns E-flat Major string quartets.

This concert is in collaboration with the Off the Hook Arts Educational Residency program. 
Broomfield
Le Petit Prince / The Little Prince Broomfield Auditorium
at 02:00 PM
Danse Etoile presents the world premiere of Le Petit Prince, a magical story ballet based on the beloved story by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Music includes classical and contemporary styles with scores by Les Choristes and original compositions for the ballet by Colorado composer Bruce Klepper. Sophisticated choreography, imaginative costumes, and evocative projection art bring the poetic world Le Petit Prince to life for all ages. 
Wednesday, February 21
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Worlds Around Us - John Gunther & Friends Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Join CU composer and saxophonist John Gunther for a musical journey exploring a fascinating potpourri of styles - a string quartet, jazz trio, electronic music, and poetry are just a few of the stops along the way. Performers include fellow CU faculty members Chas Wetherbee, David Requiro, Erika Eckert, Jeff Jenkins, Bijoux Barbosa, Paul Romaine, and many more! 
Thursday, February 22
Boulder
Boulder International Film Festival Boulder, Colorado
at 10:00 AM
The 14th annual Boulder International Film Festival, one of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World will be held February 22-25, 2018. BIFF features over 40 acclaimed and new film programs for every tasteshorts, comedies, docs and featuresalong with gala parties, filmmaker talkbacks, celebrity interviews, free programming for students, live music, our amazing CineCHEF culinary competition and much more!

Enjoy everything BIFF has to offer (and bypass the ticket lines) with a festival pass 
Wednesday, March 21
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Hope Lives Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
This eye-opening concert brings awareness to a topic that is scarcely discussed, but desperately needs our attention - human trafficking. Collaborating with BoldeReach and Pathfinder Center, an organization dedicated to building a safe haven for Native American victims of trafficking and domestic violence, this program will bring awareness and truth to this heart wrenching topic, providing an outlet for expression through music, spoken word, and visual art. 
Thursday, April 05
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Colorado Classics Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
In a special evening in collaboration with the Boulder Philharmonic, this One Night Only program presents a trifecta of internationally renowned artists to the Dairy stage, including Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient and violinist Stefan Jackiw, Boulders favorite pianist, David Korevaar, and Denvers Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble! Youll experience a world-class music and dance performance, paired with a talkback from the artists and Boulder Phils Music Director, Michael Butterman 
Wednesday, April 18
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Angels & Devils Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Revered as one of the best Nuevo Tango ensembles in the country, the Austin Piazzolla Quintet returns to the Dairy stage for their Angels and Devils album tour! APQ specializes in the evocative and shimmering music of the legendary Argentine tango composer and bandoneon player, Astor Piazzolla. Complementing the South American flavors in APQs music is the sultry and seductive tango dancing by the Argentine Tango specialists of Parasol Arts! 
Wednesday, April 25
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Katie Glassman & Snapshot Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:00 PM
Katie Glassman and Snapshot are Colorados foremost purveyors of acoustic vintage and original swing. Katie is a two-time national fiddle champion and the Colorado State Bob Wills fiddle champion. Snapshot is the perfect vehicle for her formidable fiddle chops and stylish singing and songwriting! 
Wednesday, May 16
Boulder
Dairy Presents: MahlerFest XXXI Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
Members of the MahlerFest Orchestra are joined by distinguished local artists for an evening of original, unique chamber music from the 19th and 20th century as part of the week long Colorado MahlerFest XXXI! 
Wednesday, May 30
Boulder
Dairy Presents: Opera Colorado's Elixir of Love Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:00 PM
Opera Colorados coveted Young Artist Program brings their Opera on Tour production of Gaetano Donizettis The Elixir of Love to the Dairy stage! A charming romantic comedy in the Italian bel canto tradition, Young Nemorino is tricked by a greedy salesman into purchasing bottles of wine that he believes are love potions. Will his adored Adina ultimately admit she, too, is in love?

Set in the old-west of Colorado, come enjoy this popular, sweet and charming Italian opera 
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