To mark the end of The Bustop, Boulder event to focus on 'conscious' dance, sexuality

The goal is to "truly show that dance truly is for every body and not be constrained by anybody's (idea) of what the female body should look like and how it should move."

Click here to read full article in The Daily Camera.

Los Bohemios bring Latin rhythms to Broomfield

“It’s very rewarding as a musician to feel that your music is touching people and connecting them with emotions and memories inside them,” [Amy] said. “Just the other day, a man who had been listening approached us and said he had grown up listening to this style of music, and he remembered being a young child, being with his mother and grandmother, drifting off to sleep while listening to Boleros being played.”

Click here to read full article in The Broomfield Enterprise.

Classic Jazz sounds at Vic’s keep growing

"Scott Martin plays jazz from the ’30s through the ’50s with enthusiasm and obvious affection, and while everyone in the septet holds his own, clarinetist Bill Tomczak and violinist Dominka Dancewicz make for a cheerful front line of higher-pitched instruments, helping to make the project unique. And it’s encouraging to hear and see a younger generation of musicians (most of them appear to be in their 20s and 30s) effortlessly breeze through “In a Sentimental Mood,” “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” and other songs that were popular long before they were born.

Click here to read full article in The Daily Camera.

Join the mailing list and receive a FREE mini course to help your authentic voice come out to play!