Swallow Hill Music extends school programming to LowryBy Matt Miller | December 19th, 2013 | No Comments »
Colorado non-profit organization Swallow Hill Music has announced it will extend its music programming to Lowry in east Denver.
Beginning on March 3, 2014, Swallow Hill will offer a selection of music classes at the Colorado Free University campus.
“We are very excited to finally be offering our unique music education programs in the Lowry area,” Swallow Hill Music CEO Tom Scharf said in a news release. “The residents of the area and the surrounding communities have been very encouraging and supportive. We are all about building community through music, and I can’t think of a better place to open our next satellite location.”
Swallow Hill Music reaches more than 15,000 students across the font range through kindergarten through 12th grade programs.
In addition to music education, Swallow Hill Music also operates three concert facilities with more than 200 performances a year. See photos above of Joy Kills Sorrow and the Dixie Beeliners at Swallow Hill in 2011.
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