Lakewood Cultural Center Presents Season
Experience extraordinary live performances in the heart of Lakewood. LCC Presents members have access to exhibitions, classes and exceptional live theater. Subscribe today to save up to 20% on single ticket prices and receive free drink coupons. Village Roaster offers wine, beer, coffee and snacks before each performance and at intermission - order ahead and skip the line.
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LCC Presents 2023-2024 Season
Villalobos Brothers l Saturday, October 14
Acclaimed as one of today’s leading contemporary Mexican ensembles, the Villalobos Brothers deliver a powerful message of love, brotherhood and social justice with brilliance and virtuosity. Their original compositions and arrangements masterfully fuse and celebrate the richness of Mexican folk music with the intricate harmonies of jazz and classical music for “a crazy ball of sound!” (Dan Zanes, USA Today)
Anderson Quartet l Saturday, November 4
Critically acclaimed Diné (Navajo) trumpet artist Delbert Anderson creates a multicultural jazz experience connecting traditional Diné spinning melodies with improvisational jazz language. Featuring drum set artist Khalill Brown, groove bassist Mike McCluhan, and pianist Robert Muller, the quartet creates a cross cultural collaboration that forms the experience of Hózhó (beauty and balance), integrating different identities, cultures, and traditions together in musical harmony.
Kat Edmonson: Holiday Swingin' l Thursday, November 30
Award-winning songwriter and singer Kat Edmonson has “an equal foothold in jazz, cabaret and vintage cosmopolitanism pop” (The New York Times). A rare artist who embodies the spirit of the past while remaining resolutely au courant, Kat performs original songs and familiar classics, interweaving humorous anecdotes, philosophical musings and her love of film with disarming candor and vulnerability.
Rocky Mountain Stocking Stuffers with special guest, Randy Chavez, founding member of Opie Gone Bad: Home for the Holidays l Saturday - Sunday, December 2 & 3
Three of Colorado’s most honored acoustic songwriters and performers, Mary Huckins, Jon Chandler and Ernie Martinez, join the rest of the Stocking Stuffers troupe in a brand-new show filled with gorgeous vocals, thrilling instrumentals and holiday joy. An Americana music experience that is sure to be cherished.
The Queen's Cartoonists: Holiday Hurrah: Yule Love It! l Friday, December 22
Keenly aware of all things holiday-oriented and completely ridiculous, The Queen’s Cartoonists play music from classic cartoons and contemporary animation synchronized with video projections of the original films. The band leads the audience through a world of virtuosic musicianship with multi-instrumental mayhem and comedy that’s fun for the whole family.
LCC and Missoula Children's Theatre presents Cinderella l Saturday, January 27
A pumpkin coach, Prince Charming, a glass slipper and dreams come true are woven together by the magic of a Fairy Godmother in the enchanting musical, Cinderella. Kids in grades K-12 are invited to be assistant directors or in the cast of this magical production hosted by Missoula Children’s Theatre and the Lakewood Cultural Center. Rehearsals will take place from Jan. 22-27. Register at Lakewood.org/MCT for the residency week for $90. (Scholarships available for qualifying participants.)
Cameron Carpenter l Friday, February 2
A true virtuoso composer and performer known for smashing the stereotypes of organ and classical music, Grammy-nominated Cameron Carpenter is the world’s most visible organist. Carpenter will play an all Bach program, thrilling audiences with his fearless interpretations and dazzling technique.
Canellakis-Brown Duo: b(romance) l Thursday, February 22
Cellist Nicholas Canellakis and pianist-composer Michael Stephen Brown have been hailed as “a pair of adventurous young talents” (Time Out New York) who “play with their antennae tuned to each other” (The Washington Post). The pair bring an affectionate and infectious rapport to the stage while performing time-loved classics, little-known gems, and original works.
Special EFX: Featuring Chieli Minucci & Karen Briggs l Saturday, March 9
Grammy-nominated jazz-fusion supergroup Special EFX features guitarist, bandleader & three-time Emmy winner Chieli Minucci and “Lady in Red” jazz violinist Karen Briggs with Lao Tizer on piano/keys, Dave Livolsi on bass, and drummer Joel Rosenblat for an explosive night of jazz.
Akropolis Reed Quintet l Friday, March 15
Celebrating their fourteenth year making music, Akropolis has “taken the chamber music world by storm” (Fanfare). As the first reed quintet to grace the Billboard Charts (2021, 2022), the untamed band of five reed players and entrepreneurs are united by a shared passion to make music that sparks joy and wonder.
The Music Man Co-presented with Performance Now Theatre Company l Fridays - Sundays, March 22 - April 7
There's trouble in River City when a fast-talking salesman gets his heart stolen by the town librarian. By turns wicked, funny, warm, romantic and touching, "The Music Man" is family entertainment at its best. Meredith Wilson's six-time Tony Award-winning musical comedy is a family-friendly story to be shared with every generation. Presented through special arrangements with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
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Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana: Fronteras l Thursday, April 18
“What is stronger - what unites us or what separates us?” Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana explores our natural drive to push beyond obstacles and seek deeper relationships. Electrifying flamenco dance highlights the dynamic interplay between the dancers and live musicians. This performance is “solid entertainment.” (The New York Times)
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Lakewood Cultural Center
470 S. Allison Parkway
Lakewood, CO 80226