Tuesday, November 5th, 2019, 5:30pm
Round Table Discussion (Black Banjo and Beyond
The American Music Research Center presents a roundtable discussion, “Black Banjo and Beyond.” Join Dr. Dwandalyn R. Reece (National Museum of African American History and Culture), Dom Flemons (“The American Songster,” Grammy Award winner and founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops), Johnny Baier (American Banjo Museum) and Otis Taylor (Roots music visionary and founder of the Trance Blues Jam Festival in Boulder) for this enlightening discussion of American music. For More Info
Free and open to the public, Presented by:CU Music, Runtime: 70 minutes,
Venue: CASE Auditorium, 1725 Euclid Ave.,Boulder, CO, 80309
This event is presented by the AMRC In conjunction with the Trance Blues Jam Festival, taking place in Boulder on Nov. 9, 2019 at eTown Hall.
Friday, November 8th, 2019, 5:30pm at the Post Boulder, CO
Acoustic Kickoff Party
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Saturday, November 9th, 2019
All Saturday events are held at eTown Hall in Downtown Boulder (1535 Spruce Street).
Workshop participants will join with Mr. Taylor and the Visiting Artists for both the morning and afternoon sessions. The evening performance will feature the Visiting Artists. Participants will find a wide variety of dining options available for lunch and dinner in Downtown Boulder.
Evening Performance with Otis Taylor the Visiting Artists and Select Participants 7-9PM
The highlight of the weekend will begin at 7PM as Mr. Taylor, the Visiting Artists and select participants take the stage at eTown Hall for the evening performance. Evening-only passes include audience admission to the performance. During the workshops, Mr. Taylor will invite some participants to bring their instruments and join him on stage during the evening performance. All workshop participants will be admitted to eTown Hall for the performance.