Jazzy Christmas Music: Elizabeth’s House Blend Jazz Ensemble to play at Denver Christkindl Market
Elizabeth HIgh School grad Jake Alvarez returns to the Denver Christkindl Market with his group House Blend Jazz Ensemble
Last year his former group, Metrognome Jazz Quintet, blew away the crowd with their jazzy renditions of classic Christmas favorites. This year it is expected to be the same.
The House Blend Jazz Ensemble will also be performing again at the Denver Christkindl Market in Denver's Skyline Park in the giant Holiday Tent on Thursday December 6, also at 6pm.
Fred Beisser, a board member of the German American Chamber of Commerce which presents the Denver Christkindl Market and also an Elbert County library trustee, discovered Jake Alvarez and his former jazz combo playing in Elizabeth, Colorado. He liked their music so much that he hired the combo for a reception in the new Elizabeth branch library. Beisser later recommended Jake and the his group to play at the Christkindl Market in Denver.
The House Blend Jazz Ensemble generally perform songs by jazz greats like Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, Horace Silver, Milt Jackson and John Coltrane. For the Christkindl Market they will also perform some Christmas music with a jazz sound. Be sure to enjoy them.
Venue: Denver Christkindl Market
Skyline Park,. 1601 Arapahoe Street, Denver
All ages welcome!
About the 12th Annual Denver Christkindl Market. A production of the German Cultural Foundation of the Rocky Mountains and the German American Chamber of Commerce – Colorado, this Christmas market creates the holiday spirit of old world Germany with the foods, sounds and activities of the Market. The Market runs from November 23 to December 22, 2012. On the Web: http://www.DenverChristkindlMarket.com or call Joshua Seeberg at 720 837-6905 for more info.
About the GACC. The German American Chamber of Commerce – Colorado Chapter is the initial contact for German companies considering business in the Rocky Mountain region and connects German decision-makers with their U.S. counterparts. On the Web: www.GACCCO.org or call 303 837-1146.