Aug 10 Wednesday
Join us for a special sound healing journey with Zach Cashin in the Sacred Kiva at True Nature Healing Arts. Experience the vibration of sound from bells, chimes, didgeridoo, flute and gong that will assist you into deep meditation and into the present moment.
We are creating a space where local musicians can come and play music, all genres: where our community can gather, eat soul food and listen to a variety of different artists week after week. Artists include: Acoustic Mayhem, Pam and Dan Duo from Tjaar, Dynamic Mob, Sweet Root, Heidi, Ted the 1 man band show and more!
Aug 11 Thursday
Learn the basics of hip hop through breakdancing, beat making and more... Brett Hanyes will help participants create beats and Johier Begay will teach breakdancing. No matter your skill level, learn how to show who you are through dance and music.
August 8-12 | 9:00am-3:00pmAges: 10-14Teaching Artists: Brett Haynes and Johier Begay
Pricing and Registration: $300 Carbondale Arts members/ $350 non-member.Max Number of Participants: 10Supplies: Carbondale Arts will provide2-4 scholarships will be available for this class (email email@example.com for more info)
Baile Hip Hop y música
Aprende las bases de hip hop a través del break dance, siguiendo ritmos y más.... Brett Hanyes ayudará a los participantes a crear ritmos y John Begay enseñará el break dance. No importa su nivel de habilidad, aprende como mostrar quién eres por medio del baile y la música.
Fechas: 8-12 de agosto| 9:00am-3:00pmEdades: 10-14Artista docente: Brett Haynes y Johier BegayLugar: Launchpad
Precios y matrícula: $300 para miembros de Carbondale Arts / $350 para los que no son miembros.Máximo número de participantes: 10Suministros: provistos por Carbondale Arts
Habrá de 2 a 4 becas disponibles para esta clase
A juried selection of the Aspen Music Festival and School’s brilliant student musicians play iconic works from chamber music repertoire. See the stars of tomorrow!
Join Tiffany Mangulabnan, founding co-artistic director of Brooklyn-based contemporary ballet company konverjdans, former principal dancer of the Philippine Ballet Theatre, and Dance Initiative board member and former Dance Initiative residency artist (with konverjdans) for a three-week series of contemporary dance class at The Launchpad on July 28, August 4 and August 11. These classes will be projected onto the studio wall via Zoom.
Tiffany loves using adjectives like "liquid-y," "gooey," and "melting" when describing movement, and playing with using the foundations of dance to move through space like water. She will lead the class through various Pilates, yoga and ballet-based strengthening warmups before collaborating with the class on a liquid-y movement phrase that will keep building over the course of the three weeks.
Aug 13 Saturday
Y LA BAMBAAUGUST 13 @ 8:00 PMSHOW @ 8:00PM // DOORS @ 7:00PMGenre: Indie Folk // Pop // Latin Music
Y La Bamba has been many things, but at the heart of it is singer-songwriter Luz Elena Mendoza’s inquisitive sense of self. “Music is an extension of everything I have inside. It’s how I emote,” Mendoza says. Armed with the emotionality of traditional música Mexicana and the storytelling of American folk, Y La Bamba’s artistry is not just their musical ability but Mendoza’s search for unadulterated truth. It is in an ancestral, spiritual journey in which Mendoza comes to terms with the influence and limitations of her upbringing. Mendoza’s experience of childhood summers in the San Joaquin Valley listening to mariachi, of being raised strict Catholic by immigrant parents, of being a woman having to prove herself to the boys, paints strokes of both melancholy and healing.
Y La Bamba exists in the dimension of the Mexican American imagination: somewhere cynical and optimistic at the same time. While there is a celebration of the Mexican creativity that has informed Mendoza’s life, there is a darker side to reconcile with. Where do mujeres fit in to the American story? What are the sins for which we are all guilty? How do different generations interact with the world? How can a culture become visible without tokenization? But it is not just Mendoza’s story. Challenging a narrative and dealing with the emotionality of that effort— that is everyone’s story.
MEDIA SPONSOR: SOPRIS SUN
Aug 16 Tuesday
Sing with the Carbondale Community Choir! Open to all ages, no singing experience required. Fun community song circle singing a variety of music. For info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug 17 Wednesday
Aug 18 Thursday
Aug 19 Friday
Join us this Summer for music in the PeaceGarden 1st + 3rd Fridays June-September.Enjoy talented local and traveling artists fromnear and far as they share their music with theCarbondale community.
In partnership with KDNK Community Radio &Steve’s Guitars.
CONCERT SCHEDULEJune 17 Red Hill RollersJuly 1 Lizzy Plotkin + Natalie SpearsJuly 15 Sweet RootAugust 5 Here on OutAugust 19 Lipbone ReddingSeptember Roma RansomSeptember 16 Beyond Beyond Country
Can’t join in-person? Listen LIVE on KDNK Radiofrom 6pm-7pm.