Jazz Sextet Convergence in Concert


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To celebrate the new year in Mountain Time, the long-running sextet Convergence converges anew at the Dazzle Restaurant and Lounge in Denver to celebrate its new album, I Can Be There.

Having played together for more than 20 years now, the Denver-based ensemble brings together tight original arrangements with space for top-notch improvisation. The group's musical empathy has proved strong even as a long-distance commitment: Since the group's founding, several members of Convergence have moved from Colorado to New York City.

The concert is presented with the help of KUVO Denver, with host Susan Gatschet Reese.

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