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





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SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2018 ISSUE

Mails mid-August
 Ad Deadline: July 6
 

THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS
September 28-29
Expect the unexpected with this showcase of astonishing juggling feats, laugh-out-loud comedy and wild theatrics that have taken these eccentric performers to Broadway, television and the big screen.

MIRARI BRASS QUINTET
October 5
This stellar group experiments with a variety of genres not originally intended for brass alone. Mirari balances refined mastery with pure fun. “(Mirari is) equally at home performing everything from Renaissance transcriptions to Charles Mingus charts.” – University of Louisiana-Monroe

NOBUNTU
October 27
From Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, this fivemember female a cappella ensemble performs a fusion of Zimbabweanrooted music, Afro jazz, gospel and crossover. Nobuntu’s concerts are accentuated by traditional colorful clothing, authentic dance movements and hand percussion instruments.

SYBARITE5
October 11
String quintet Sybarite5’s eclectic repertoire from Bowie to Radiohead and Akiho to Assad, combined with its commanding performance style, is turning heads throughout the music world. “Expect an experience that will satisfy your inner rock star and your secret Mozart.” – Arizona Daily Star

AQUILA THEATRE: FRANKENSTEIN
November 8-9
Written in 1818, Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” follows the terrifying results after a scientist creates an artificial human. The production by Aquila Theatre – one of the foremost producers of touring classical theater in the United States – is bold and thrilling while paying homage to the original novel.
ALASDAIR FRASER & NATALIE HAAS
November 17
Alasdair Fraser, regarded as Scotland’s premier fiddle ambassador, and brilliant cellist Natalie Haas dazzle audiences internationally with Scottish dance rhythms. The duo has five critically acclaimed albums and have won “Album of the Year” in Scottish traditional music.
 THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS

THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS

TIMOTHY P. & THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN STOCKING STUFFERS
November 30-December 2 
Delighting audiences for the 15th holiday season, Timothy P. Irvin and his 10-piece string band bring resounding cheer and humor to the stage. Bluegrass, country and folk renditions of favorite holiday songs make this concert a beloved annual tradition, Lakewood style!


JANUARY - APRIL 2019 ISSUE

Mails mid-December
 Ad Deadline: November 16
 

BODYTRAFFIC
February 16
With a versatile repertoire, cutting-edge works and distinctive choreographic voices, BODYTRAFFIC is one of the most talked about contemporary dance companies. Internationally recognized, its moves are inspired by jazz, hip hop and ballet.

BAROQUE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF COLORADO
February 21
The region’s only professional period instrument orchestra presents the musical riches of the 17th and 18th centuries. With a Telemann triple concerto from Tafelmusic (Music for the Table) as the main course, the rest of this musical feast is voted on by the audience.

CATAPULT: THE AMAZING MAGIC OF SHADOW DANCE
March 2
As seen on television shows like “America’s Got Talent” and “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” Catapult is the top company of its kind. Talented dancers work behind a screen to create seemingly impossible shadow silhouettes – a theatrical art form that combines dance, storytelling and sculpture.

ALFREDO RODRÍGUEZ &  PEDRITO MARTINEZ DUO
March 9
These GRAMMY®-nominated virtuosos reunite for a high-octane Cuban-born, New York-based brand of modern Latin jazz. Pianist Rodríguez was discovered by Quincy Jones, and percussionist/ vocalist Martinez has performed with artists such as Eddie Palmieri, Paul Simon and Wynton Marsalis.

THE SWINGLES: FOLKLORE
March 16
The seven singers in today’s Londonbased a cappella ensemble are driven by the same innovative spirit that has defined the five-time GRAMMY®- winning group since the 1960s. Inspired by experiences touring the world, the group sings folk melodies from diverse countries plus audience favorites from five decades of Swingle history.

CRAZY FOR YOU CO-PRESENTED WITH PERFORMANCE NOW THEATRE COMPANY
March 22 - April 7
A zany rich-boy-meets-hometown-girl romantic comedy based on popular George and Ira Gershwin tunes including “I Got Rhythm,” “Embraceable You,” “Nice Work if You Can Get It” and “Someone to Watch Over Me.”

 
YESTERDAY AND TODAY: THE INTERACTIVE BEATLES EXPERIENCE
April 12-13
No wigs or accents here, Billy McGuigan’s talented band has memorized all 200+ songs of the Beatles anthology to play on a moment’s notice during this live request theatrical concert. Audience members provide reasons behind their requests, making every show interactive and unique.

TAKÁCS QUARTET
April 20
Lakewood is incredibly fortunate to have Takács Quartet return to its stage. Among the preeminent string quartets playing in the world today, the GRAMMY®- winning ensemble performs with an irresistible blend of virtuosic technique and engaging personality. "The Takács Quartet are matchless, their supreme artistry manifest at every level." – The Guardian UK


MAY - AUGUST 2018 ISSUE

Mails mid-April
 Ad Deadline: March 15
 

FEATURE EDITORIAL
Sounds Exciting! 2019 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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