BRAVO LAKEWOOD MAGAZINE

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Lakewood cultural center

Bravo Lakewood Magazine

Bravo Lakewood provides the western suburbs with a comprehensive resource detailing cultural activities. Departments in Bravo Lakewood include gallery exhibitions, information on the Lakewood Heritage Center and descriptions of Lakewood Cultural Center performances. Each issue offers feature articles on community events, such as Heritage Days and Cider Days. Bravo Lakewood is direct mailed to patrons and is available through the Lakewood City Center and at Lakewood Presents events throughout the year. Additionally, Bravo Lakewood racks are located at more than 40 premium restaurant and retail locations throughout Jefferson County.

Potential Audience
141,000 per season

Frequency 
3 issues per season

Lakewood Heritage, Culture & the Arts

The mission of the City of Lakewood’s Heritage, Culture & the Arts Division is to build a sense of community and to serve the residents through education and programs. The performances, exhibits, classes and outreach offered to the community by Lakewood Heritage, Culture & the Arts attract nearly 100,000 people annually. Situated in Denver’s thriving western suburbs across from the Belmar Shopping Area, the 38,000-square-foot Lakewood Cultural Center offers a state-of-the-art, 316-seat theatre, the Artisan Showcase gift shop, rotating juried exhibits, meeting spaces and art classrooms.





Demographics




Source: Target Resource Group

Source: Target Resource Group





Schedule




 

SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2017 ISSUE

Mails mid-August
 Ad Deadline: July 7
 

CRISTINA PATO QUARTET
September 28
Cristina Pato is a modern dayRenaissance woman. An internationally acclaimed pop star of the “gaita” (the Galician bagpipe) and an active member of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble, Pato daringly skirts the boundaries of jazz, classical and world music.

JULIE FOWLIS PRESENTS MUSIC OF THE SCOTTISH ISLES
October 13
Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis, BBC Award winner and Scottish cultural ambassador, returns to Lakewood with her ensemble of virtuoso players. Featured on the soundtrack of the Disney Pixar film Brave, BBC Radio calls a Julie Fowlis performance “... beautiful messages from another world.”

AKROPOLIS REED QUINTET
November 3
Exploding with infectious energy and intensity, Akropolis Reed Quintet takes listeners on extraordinary musical adventures, offering exemplary performances of both new and traditional repertoire. Winners of six national chamber music prizes since 2011, Akropolis is deeply invested in establishing the reed quintet as a cornerstone chamber music ensemble.

VOCES8
October 27
Britain’s Voces8 is one of the world’s most versatile and best-loved a cappella groups, touring the world performing a repertory from Renaissance polyphony to contemporary commissions and arrangements. Gramophone says, “The singing of Voces8 is impeccable in its quality of tone and balance. They bring a new dimension to the word ‘ensemble.’”

MIWA MATREYEK
November 16
The exquisite marriage of movement, animation and sound creates animation that is both cinematic and theatrical. Miwa Matreyek’s multisensory, multimedia experiences take the audience on a fanciful journey through projected animation and real time shadow play.

TIMOTHY P. & THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STOCKING STUFFERS
December 1-3
Always audience favorites, the Stocking Stuffers have become a Lakewood Cultural Center holiday tradition. The concert features ten of the region’s finest Western, bluegrass and folk musicians playing new arrangements and audience favorites, led by front man Timothy P. Irvin.

Photo: VOCES8

Photo: VOCES8


JANUARY - APRIL 2018 ISSUE

Mails mid-December
 Ad Deadline: November 9
 

KEIGWIN + COMPANY PRESENTS K + C CELEBRATE BERNSTEIN
February 8
Keigwin + Company presents an electrifying brand of of contemporary dance that physically engages the audience with the sheer, unadulterated pleasure of pure movement. In this performance, K+C joins the worldwide centennial celebration of composer Leonard Bernstein with their exhilarating all-Bernstein program.

MARIA SCHNEIDER ORCHESTRA
February 27
Maria Schneider’s music has been hailed as “evocative, majestic, magical, heart-stopping gorgeous, and beyond categorization.” Together, with her 17-member ensemble, Schneider blurs the lines between genres placing her on a very short list of artists who have received both jazz and classical Grammy Awards.

SHUFFLE CONCERT
March 3
Get ready for a genre-bending chamber music experience with this modern-day ensemble that delivers the unexpected by asking the audience to choose the works to be performed. Inspiring and energetic, Shuffle performs works ranging from solos and duos, to trios, quartets, quintets and sextets crossing genres from classical, baroque,
and romantic, to jazz, pop and Broadway.

FLAMENCO VIVO CARLOTA SANTANA PRESENTS VOCES DEL SUR
March 17
Brilliant sights and rich sounds converge on stage with Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, one of the nation’s premier Flamenco and Spanish dance companies. Drawing from the rich history of Flamenco, alongside the diverse styles of Arabic, Gypsy and Sephardic Jewish influences of Andalucia, these brilliant, spirited dancers and musicians guarantee an unforgettable performance.

THE PRODUCERS CO-PRESENTED WITH PERFORMANCE NOW THEATRE COMPANY
March 23 - April 8
A scheming producer and his mousy accountant aim to produce the biggest flop on Broadway in Mel Brooks’ laughout- loud musical spectacle. Winning a record-breaking 12 Tony Awards after its Broadway debut in 2001, The Producers skewers Broadway traditions and takes no prisoners as it proudly proclaims itself to be an “equal opportunity offender!”

EDMAR CASTANEDA TRIO
April 20
Colombian jazz harpist Edmar Castaneda crafts stunning feats of cross-rhythms, layered with chordal nuances rivaling the most celebrated flamenco guitarist’s efforts. Edmar has taken the world stage by storm with his virtuosic command of the harp, revolutionizing the way audiences and critics alike consider the instrument.


MAY - AUGUST 2018 ISSUE

Mails mid-April
 Ad Deadline: March 3
 

FEATURE EDITORIAL
Sounds Exciting! 2017 Summer Concert series and more.

 

GALLERY EXHIBITIONS

 

LAKEWOOD'S HERITAGE CENTER...
A 20TH CENTURY MUSEUM

Programming is subject to change and shows can be added, postponed or canceled.

 




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1/2 Horizontal - - - 7.25w x 4.75h
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