The Denver Brass will perform "Ancient Threads: A Celtic Tapestry" for St. Patrick's Day weekend March 14-16 2014. The venue is the Newman Center for the Performing Arts. The concert will feature:
- Celtic Colorado Pipes & Drums
- Rocky Mountain Highland Dancers
- Wick School of Irish Dance
- Todd Teske – Tenor
- Iain Hyde & Joanna Hyde – Fiddles
- Gregorian Chant
- Duel of Celts & Gaels
- Emerald Ode to Joy
- Scotland the Brave
- Amazing Grace
The performance will feature the theme of Ancient Threads. Ancient Threads – noun 1. a woven tapestry of song and dance linking all mankind; 2. the sound of kinship: We are bound together through ancient threads. See also: origins, roots
Discounts for children 12 & under, full time students and seniors 70+
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The Denver Brass is comprised of 14 professional musicians who dedicate themselves to enhancing the quality of life of audiences in Colorado by presenting fresh and exhilarating shows that feature all musical styles. One of just a few professional large brass ensembles in the world, The Denver Brass enjoys a success directly linked to its universal appeal. People from every background find inspiration in its diverse programming – classical, jazz, Broadway, Latin, and new sound sensations created by brass with bagpipes, steel drums, hand-bells, fiddlers, voices, and a variety of distinguished soloists. The trademark sound of The Denver Brass features an array of more than 13 distinct brass instruments, which utilize mutes and technical expertise to produce a rainbow of sound phenomena – not a band, not an orchestra, an entirely new sound. “The Denver Brass” and “Denver Brass5” are heard by more than 65,000 people at more than 150 performances annually, and on over 20 compact discs on the Klavier, Centaur, Delos and Denver Brass labels. Musicians are selected not only for exceptional technical and creative skills, but also for their integrity, dedication to community, and support of fellow musicians and mission.