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august, 2019

15aug7:00 pm9:00 pmThursday Night Music presents - Diana Purim & Eyedentity

Event Details

One Colorado’s bringing summer music back to the courtyard this August with our Thursday and Saturday Night music series. We’ve got bands that will make sure your bone shake and your feet move, with sounds that range from Brazilian, alternative R&B, classic soul, French-infuenced and African jazz. Shows are free and all ages. Seating is open and limited; standing acceptable and dancing is highly encouraged! Come early and grab a drink at the pop-up bar, or settle in for dinner at one of our courtyard restaurant patios with great views of the stage.

Diana Purim & Eyedentity will be rocking the One Colorado stage!

Diana Purim began her musical career in 1972, touring with Chick Corea’s Original Return to Forever in the belly of her mother. She grew up on the road traveling like a gypsy from country to country with her parents, Brazilian Jazz pioneers, singer Flora Purim and percussionist Airto Moreira. Krishna Booker is the son of renowned Jazz bassist, Walter Booker, nephew of Wayne Shorter and godson of Herbie Hancock. Credited by Herbie in his book for introducing him to Hip Hop and the idea for “Rock It”, Krishna began his musical career beat-boxing for Herbie. He later went on to making original music with Diana, his wife and childhood friend. The two share a deep love of music and a background in Jazz, Funk, Brazilian and Latin Fusion. Their passion for all kinds of music fueled the fire of their creativity and together, they stretched the boundaries of Hip Hop by fusing it with all their multicultural musical influences. “For the purists, we remind them that even Jazz is an art form born of Blues and Classical music. In fact,” explains Diana, “all of the world’s music has evolved from its most primitive indigenous origins, being shaped and molded by geographical, political, social and cultural influence to become what it is today.”

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See the full lineup here.

Time

(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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