Denver-based guitar player Janet Feder coming to Sheridan College

The Arts at Sheridan College presents guitar player Janet Feder on Friday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. in Kinnison Hall at Whitney Center for the Arts. In-person and livestreaming tickets are available at www.sheridan.edu/arts. Tickets cost $35 for adults, $25 for seniors and $10 for non-Sheridan College K-12 students.

Denver-based genius guitar player with a lyrical heart, Feder is an instrumentalist with a compelling voice and a truly original offering, She makes the seemingly disparate naturally coexist as she journeys ever more deeply into an aesthetic ideal all her own. Along with a number of close friends, all unique placeholders and pillars of The Denver Sound, Feder expands her musical lexicon while defining an otherwise elusive paradigm. Her music is derived from the achievements of folk, jazz, pop, minimalism, classical, and the avant garde – and is simultaneously unmoored from the trappings of any of them.

Feder will perform compositions from her five critically acclaimed albums, including “T H I S C L O S E”, released in 2015. The Sheridan College Music Ensemble of Audio Technology (M.E.A.T.) will join her on stage to premiere a composition created in collaboration with Sheridan College music technology students during the concert.

For more information about Feder,  visit janetfeder.com. Whitney Center for the Arts is located on the Sheridan College campus at 1 Whitney Way in Sheridan, Wyoming.

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About the Arts at Sheridan College

The Arts at Sheridan College offers students a world-class education, whether they choose to pursue Art, Music, Theater & Dance, Music Technology or Arts Administration. Housed in the 54,000 square-foot Whitney Center for the Arts, students have 24/7 access to one of the most advanced arts education centers in the West. With state-of-the-art ceramic, printmaking, metalworking, and woodworking studios, Art students are only limited by their imagination as to what they can create. Music, Theater & Dance students perform regularly in the 422-seat Kinnison Hall, the largest in the region, which features a changeable proscenium stage, motorized fly system and hydraulically convertible orchestra pit. Two gallery spaces showcase work by students, faculty and traveling shows. Throughout the year, artists, dancers, and musicians from around the world come to Sheridan to perform live or showcase their artwork at events open to the public. For more information, visit sheridan.edu/arts.