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Denver Jazz Institution, Dazzle, Honored for Decade of Music, Arts Education

The music venue awarded by Colorado Business Committee for the Arts in 2018


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Downtown Denver jazz venue and restaurant, Dazzle, received recognition from the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts in 2018 for its support of musicians, arts education and community causes for more than 10 years. 

For nearly double that tine, jazz aficionados and music fans at large have come to know Dazzle as the premier location to enjoy the songs and stylings of some of the world's most talented musicians.

In 2017, Dazzle moved from 930 Lincoln Street to its bigger, more centralized space in the old Baur's Restaurant building at 1512 Curtis Street in the heart of the city.

"Dazzle is a stage and a blank canvas for artists in Colorado and internationally to express their art," says the venue's general manager, Matt Ruff. 

Owner and president of Dazzle, Donald Rossa, outlines a wide variety of organizations throughout the community that Dazzle partners with and promotes, including 5 Points Jazz Festival, KUVO, and others. 

Looking forward, Dazzle plans to continue growing, with expanded global food offerings, and world-renowned talent gracing its three stages. 

 

 

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