|2007/2008 Araphahoe County Shows|
Cultural Concerts On Colfax
For more information call 720-329-0869
Wed Nov 7th
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with story, song and dances of the Nations. This tribute is a colorful and pragmatic look into the heart and soul of the American Indian experience. Plains dancers and singers will be joined by Aztec dancers and storyteller Tonali with Picuris Pueblo stories.
Wed. Dec 19th
Wed. Jan 23rd
Take a journey into the wilds of India
Wed. Feb. 13th Martin Luther King Tribute
A Martin Luther King / Black History Month Tribute with songs, music and story about the struggle for freedom and the spirit of survival. These troupes have become a Denver favorite. A show that will inspire and encourage all who dare to dream. Discover the power of friendship and the bond between people of all colors.
Wed. April 16th
Sondra Singer and Helen Trencher
Monday May 5 th Cinco de Mayo
Direct from Los Angeles this award winning duo will bring to life the sights, sounds and stories of the Mexika people of Mexico. Performing on traditional instruments the mystical sounds of the ancient Aztecs and other indigenous peoples of Mexico.
Aztec dancers will also perform. This is the grand finale of the season and promises to be a great fiesta!
Community College of Aurora Cultural Series
All show begin at 12 noon in the student life center and end at 1pm
Shows are free Angie Tiedeman, Director of Student Life Community College of Aurora 16000 E. Centre Tech Pkwy, S101 Aurora, CO 80011 303-340-7524
Sept 25 th Hispanic Cultural Month
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month a very special show of music from Mariachi America de Jesus Diaz. From the heart of Mexico this show features old stand by favorites and modern renditions to swoon over.
Nov. 14th Native American Month
Calvin Standing Bear a Master Storyteller and Native American flutist will mesmerize the audience with story and music from the Lakota people. Come and celebrate the spirit of the peoples of the Americas with this unique and awe inspiring show.
February 6th Black History
Black Hands Drum Ensemble is a well polished and professional dance troupe that will bring to life the rhythm of Africa. A lively and colorful musical experience that will leave the audience breathless. Get your groove on with a powerful and action filled hour of fun.
All programs sponsored by Arapahoe SCFD, Community College of Aurora, Aurora Fox, Colorado Folk Arts Council, Rocky Mountain Storytellers Conference, City of Aurora Visitors Advisory Board and Aurora Community Relations.
All concerts are free and open to the public. Shows begin at 12 noon and end at 1pm.