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Swallow Hill Music Hall

71 E. Yale Ave. Denver, CO 80210 | Englewood | 303-777-1003

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Helping people make music since 1979, Swallow Hill Music Association is a nonprofit music organization dedicated to preserving and presenting the best in folk, roots and acoustic music. Swallow Hill's school presents programming of all kinds from basic classes ranging from guitar to didgeridoo and dance to special, intimate artist workshops, to outreach programs that supplement music and culture education in our public schools.


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