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Scene Stealers | March 2021


Ars Nova Singers

Ars Nova Singers Live Stream

Boulder-based Ars Nova Singers has built a reputation on delivering impressive vocal performances across an incredibly diverse and challenging repertoire. They have an exquisite live-streamed event planned on March 20 at 7:30 p.m., featuring music inspired by the Spring Equinox and World Storytelling Day —  from the stirring sounds of a boundary-breaking German mystic woman, to the first-ever polyphonic vocal work printed in the Western Hemisphere, to verdant vocal terrain from Mexico, England, Italy, and beyond. l Grammy-nominated tenor Nicholas Phan (Best Classical Solo Vocal Album of 2021, Clairières) and Ann Marie Morgan (viola da gamba) are also featured with virtual performances of three works.

RSVP at arsnovasingers.org for the live-stream event link. A $20 donation is requested.


Live Music Returns to Cervantes

As COVID-19 restrictions start to ease up thanks to a herculean healthcare effort to get vaccinations into the arms of the Centennial State citizenry, the live music scene in Colorado is showing signs of life again. One of the bigger venues to hit the ground running is in Denver, where Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom and Cervantes Other Side have already adapted to post-COVID life — running two physically distanced shows each night with table service for all attendees.

For all shows, tickets and info are available at cervantesmasterpiece.com. Masks are mandatory. Upcoming shows include:

Cervantes Masterpiece:

• March 20: Satsang (solo acoustic), shows at 4:30 and 7 p.m., $50

• March 24: Float like a Buffalo, 5:45 and 8:15 p.m., $35

• April 8–11 (Both venues): Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue festival featuring Rob Eaton, John Kadlecik, Rob Barraco and more, 5:30 and 8:45 p.m., $125

• April 23–24: The Motet, 6 and 9 p.m., $100

Cervantes Other Side:

• March 20: Veil w/ Lemondoza, 6:30 and 9:30 p.m., $35

• April 2–3: Maddy O’Neal, 6 and 9 p.m., $35


NoCo Hemp Expo at the National Western Complex

With more than 37,000 jobs in the growing marijuana and hemp industries in Colorado, chances are you or someone you know should be attending the Seventh Annual NoCo Hemp Expo. Billed as the “world’s most comprehensive hemp exposition and trade show,” this year’s event will be in-person for 2021. With COVID-19 safety protocols in place, the two-day agriculture-inspired conference is designed specifically for manufacturers, producers, retail buyers, sellers, farmers and anyone involved in the sales, marketing and manufacturing of hemp-related products.

Ticket prices start at $20, March 26 through 27 at the National Western Complex in Denver. 4655 Humboldt Street, (970) 541-0448 or www.nocohempexpo.com.


Drive-in Movies in Longmont

Do you miss actually going out to see a movie? The team at CommCi Community Cinemas has recognized that need and are providing drive-in, parking lot movies every Friday in the heart of Longmont at 350 11th Ave. Ticket proceeds also benefit local non-profits, so you’ll also be supporting a good cause while you enjoy films like My Left Foot (March 12) or Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (March 26). Local restaurants have also partnered with the organization, so you can order additional food and drinks delivered right to your car.

Tickets are $31 per car at longmont.cocinemas.org.

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