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Old, Meet New

Using local, highly trained musicians, Denver Nexus Project hosts concerts that showcase the similarities between baroque, classical, pop, rock and other alternative music styles. Our goal is to help Denver’s community find inspiration in new and unlikely ways by exploring how artists, composers and genres have influenced each other throughout the centuries.

Denver Nexus Project’s mission is to break musical stereotypes,

Embolden audiences, and

find new inspiration...


By modernizing, re-imagining, and merging classical and contemporary music.

Coming Soon

Broken Glass

King Center Recital Hall

What do Minimalist composers such as Phillip Glass have in common with electronic dance artists like Daft Punk, Justice, and Ratatat? Discover the visceral impact and emotional affect when music is returned to its purest form in this concert for string quintet, piano, and cajón.

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Musical Musings

Denver Nexus Project | String quartet

Radiohead Meets Ravel

Ravel meets Radiohead with the theme of inspired impressionism. Discover the evocative textures and timbres that defined both an early 20th century composer and a progressive rock artist.

Denver Nexus Project | Classical and contemporary string music

Muse & Rachmaninoff

While Muse pulled influences from many of their superstar predecessors – Radiohead and Queen amongst others – most striking is Matt Bellamy’s proclivity for imitating Romantic composers like Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Denver Nexus Project | CPR Open Air

On CPR Open Air

Local Denver band Morning Bear partnered with Denver Nexus Project for a dynamic Colorado Public Radio Open Air premiere. The indie folk band, led by John Runnels, is notable for soaring vocals & lush string lines. 

Get in Touch


Kayla Hayes


Tel: 303-819-8575


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