Reed Mathis’ Electric Beethoven To Make Colorado Debut Next Week

first_imgReed Mathis’ Electric Beethoven recently came on the scene and has been taking the jam world by storm as of late. With re-imagined workings of the classical composer Ludwig van Beethoven‘s 3rd and 6th Symphonies, Mathis, along with keyboardist Todd Stoops (RAQ), drummer Jay Lane (Primus/RatDog), and guitarist Clay Welch, go on improvisational explorations to the deepest depths of each individual movement.Getting To Know Electric Beethoven: An Interview With Reed MathisThe CDM (Classical Dance Music) quartet will be making their Colorado debut next week, with a pair of shows at Denver’s Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom on Nov. 12th and 13th, followed by a performance at Fort Collins’ Hodi’s Half Note on Nov. 14th. Expect to go on a musical journey.Coming off of two major performances at Brooklyn Comes Alive and a marathon of a show at New York City’s DROM last week, Mathis and company are primed and ready to blast off. This is not the type of performance you see everyday, so do yourself a favor and check this project out. This is jam on a whole other level.Purchase tickets to the Cervantes shows here, and Hodi’s Half Note here.Cervantes FB Event Page for updates and additional info.Hodi’s Half Note FB Event Page for updates and additional info.Check out “Finale” from the group’s Brooklyn Comes Alive performance:last_img read more

CUNA, Foundation to participate in National Co-Op Festival

first_img continue reading » CUNA and the National Credit Union Foundation are participating in the National Cooperative Business Association’s National Co-Op Festival, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, taking place on the National Mall in Washington D.C.The event will highlight the impact that co-ops have on the economy and in communities.CUNA and the Foundation’s tent for the event, branded America’s Credit Unions, will be located on 12th St NW and will focus on financial education.Visitors to the America’s Credit Unions’ tent can learn about a financial simulation to track their finances through an interactive website, provided by Nerdwallet. Participants can answer 8 questions about how they spend and save–then see how they can improve their financial future. The simulation provides real-time results and suggestions about what to do next based upon answers to the questions. 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more