Feel the Beat (FTB) is a non-profit and dance studio that makes the experience of music possible to those who are deaf, hard of hearing, and with special needs through the use of our bone conduction floors and specialized curriculum. This technology allows students to feel sound through vibrational energy- essentially, “feeling” the beat of the music.
This organization would like to donate a fully operating, FTB-floor to one of your rooms of your choosing, at no cost to you. Once installed, you would have full access to use it to enhance your facility, and furthermore, allow us to utilize or rent the room to teach various classes.
Wed. 8/25/2021 – Pfizer’s R&D facility in Boulder is going to demo the current auditorium. The photo below is of the 78 seats that are only 3 years old that we are looking to donate. Clayco Construction is even willing to transport these seats if you could use them. If you are interested please contact the people below as soon as possible to save these wonderful seats from the landfill.
Robert Janacek, Director, Facilities Management Support, JLL GWS at Pfizer, Robert.Janacek@pfizer.com, (720) 676-9924
Lourdes Ramirez, Construction Project Manager, Clayco Constrution, RamirezL@Claycorp.com
Levitt Pavilion, a nonprofit amphitheater in Southwest Denver, has been dedicated to increasing access to the arts, and building community through music, by producing 50 free concerts annually, since opening in 2017. However, this year (2020), the Coronavirus pandemic has forced the organization to cancel/postpone all May-July concerts. Like many other presenting agencies and nonprofits, Levitt is waiting for guidance from Federal, State and City Government to inform us when we can continue to safely produce events. Due to the overwhelming size of the pavilion’s bowl, and the fact that it is an outdoor venue, Levitt is hopeful that no matter what attendance restrictions look like, there will be ways to utilize the space while still practicing “social distancing.” Levitt generally books “contemporary” touring bands and most of these artists have cancelled tours, making the booking process complicated. While the organization continues to find ways to “pivot,” the beautiful, state-of-the-art, venue sits empty, waiting to be utilized. Due to the pavilion’s unique advantages, we are reaching out to all SCFD organizations to offer our facilities as a potential space to use for any manner of events or performances that may be difficult to produce in smaller, indoor spaces . In addition being an outdoor venue with vast size, Levitt also holds several unused permits that can be given to existing SCFD organizations free of charge. While some production costs will still exist, Levitt is willing to offer these free permits, in addition to staff time, to partner with minded organizations to produce and conceptualize events of all kinds. If you are interested in using Levitt for your organization please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us about your event. We hope everyone is staying safe and that we hear from you soon.
Again this year The Lutheran Chorale is offering to share its music library with any choral organization in the metro Denver area. We have over five hundred titles and five thousand pieces of choral music available borrow for free. Go to our website at www.thelutheranchorale.org for a complete directory of titles and instructions on how to request to borrow. Our library is your library!