Tiny Library Concert, Feat. Jake Schepps And Round Window

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Tiny Library Concert, Feat. Jake Schepps And Round Window
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Colorado's banjo renaissance man, Jake Schepps, has made a name for himself as an adroit instrumentalist with an intrepid, imaginative vision for contemporary string-band music. This special Tiny Library Concert features Schepps with his latest project, Round Window, playing a brand new score composed by Schepps live to Buster Keaton's classic 1920 silent comedy film, "The Scarecrow," as well as Brazilian choro, bluegrass, and classical music. Featuring Bill Kopper (7-string guitar), Enion Pelta-Tiller (violin), Eric Thorin (double bass), Carl Dixon (percussion), and Jake Schepps (banjo).

Tickets $9 for History Colorado members, $12 for non-members.
Beer, wine, & cocktails available for purchase.

Doors at 6:15pm. Show starts promptly at 7pm.

History Colorado's Tiny Library Concert series features performances by local Colorado musicians in the unusual and intimate setting of the museum's Stephen H. Hart Library & Research Center. The series is generously supported by Airshow, Inc. and KGNU Community Radio
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By: History Colorado