Strum, beat and play your way through the Swallow Hill Music Instrument Petting Zoo. Try out ukuleles, hand drums, guitars, mandolins, banjos, fiddles, mini-pianos and more. Appropriate for tweens and teens grades 6 and up. No registration required.
Strum, beat and play your way through the Swallow Hill Music Instrument Petting Zoo. Try out ukuleles, hand drums, guitars, mandolins, banjos, fiddles, mini-pianos and more. Appropriate for ages 12 and up.
What do you get when you combine food, music and breathtaking magic? Chef Bananas! This interactive magic show will have you dancing and laughing the entire time.
Have you always wanted to learn how to spin and scratch? Now’s your chance! Join us as we learn the basics of deejay-ing from DJ Staxx of the Denver DJ School. Best for upper elementary, tween and teens. Space is limited; registration encouraged. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Kids and families are invited to explore the art of movement in this hour-long workshop with one of Denver’s premiere performance groups. Join Cleo Parker Robinson Dance to move creatively and celebrate the expression of dance.
Have you always wanted to learn how to spin and scratch? Now’s your chance! Join us as we learn the basics of DJing from DJ Staxx of the Denver DJ School. Best for upper elementary, tweens and teens. Space is limited; registration encouraged.
Celebrate the unveiling of Anythink’s latest collaborative public art installation, “The Singing Tree,” on Saturday, April 27, from 1-3 pm. Enjoy food, art and music while getting an up-close look at this outdoor installation that uses light and sound to create an interactive experience. Created by Denver-based Alt Ethos, “The Singing Tree” operates as a live instrument for onlookers to play and can be programmed to include a variety of different sounds and effects. At the unveiling, attendees will have the opportunity to be a part of The Singing Tree Orchestra by participating in a live group performance led by musician Adam Green. Green will play “The Singing Tree” and conduct participants to join in song – no previous music experience needed.
The event is free and open to the public. All ages and families welcome. Refreshments will be served.
"The Singing Tree” is the latest addition to Anythink’s This is Who We Are project, which partners community members with local artists to create public art pieces that represent the fabric of the community. “The Singing Tree” will honor former Anythink Board of Trustees President Ray Coffey and is made possible through the support of the Anythink Foundation.
Aspiring musicians: practice recording and producing your sound with a music industry professional. Learn how to hone your craft, polish your stage presence, and collaborate with other artists. All abilities are welcome, whether you're putting the finishing touches on a track or have never recorded before. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12.