Rhythm and Blue

Rhythm and Blue

Rhapsody in Blue (Gershwin)
Symphony No 7 (Beethoven)
Dances in the Canebrakes (Price)
Sones de Mariachi (Galindo)

February 18, 2023

In-person or livestreamed to your home: 7:30pm


Adults: $37
Seniors: $32
*Senior Living Group (10 or more people): $27
Students: $19
Children (12 and under): $12

*Senior Living Group tickets are only available for purchase through the Lone Tree Arts Center Box Office, (720)509-1000. 

Livestream Access

Home Stream Pass: $16.50

Institutional Stream Pass: $100

Includes access day of concert, and access to livestream video from 2/20/23-3/6/23

Learn more about livestream here!

Please note, Home Stream Passes are for use in private homes only. To view in senior living communities or community centers, purchase an Institutional Stream Pass. If a Home Stream Pass is purchased for institutional use, it will be voided. 

Feel how rhythm moves us while swinging through Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” dancing with Galindo’s “Sones de Mariachi,” whirling with Price’s “Dances in the Canebrakes,” and doing a jig to Beethoven’s 7th Symphony. Featuring pianist Lorraine Min.

Be serenaded by talented jazz students from Denver School of the Arts before the concert and at intermission!

About the soloist


Steinway Artist and critically acclaimed Canadian pianist, LORRAINE MIN has dazzled audiences with her poetic artistry and dynamic virtuosity.  Cited by the New York Times for her “impeccable phrase-shaping (and) crystalline sound,” and by the Washington Post for her “admirable playing,” Min has performed extensively throughout Canada and the US, in Germany, France, Mexico, the UK, Italy, Switzerland, Australia, India, and in South America.  She has appeared as concerto soloist and in recital on some of the world’s most important concert stages including New York’s David Geffen (formerly Avery Fisher) Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Town Hall, Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, the Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall, Vancouver’s Orpheum Theatre and Chan Centre, and Teatro Politeamo in Palermo, Sicily, among others.  An avid chamber musician, Min has performed throughout North America including at the Ravinia and Tanglewood Festivals, Sitka Music Festival, in Canada’s Eine Kleine Summer Music, Victoria Summer Music, PRISMA in Powell River, Fredericton and Orford Festivals, Vancouver’s Music in the Morning Series, in Europe, Asia, and Australia.  She can be heard on CBC, NPR, and ABC radio.  Min has been the recipient of top prizes in numerous international piano competitions, a laureate in the Van Cliburn,  and highest ranking Canadian pianist at the Harveys Leeds, and Busoni Competitions as a teenager.

Born in Victoria and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Min was educated at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University on full scholarship and at the Juilliard School where she earned her Masters and Doctoral degrees. She has been co-Artistic Director of Eine Kleine Summer Music Festival in Canada since 2015.