Musical Galleries

Musical Galleries | A Concert Experience by Concertize

The Museum of Boulder partners with Concertize to offer an unparalleled live music experience in our gallery exhibits and rooftop patio


Enjoy a full concert as you stroll from gallery to gallery to rooftop at the Museum of Boulder in a traveling musical experience featuring folk rock singer/songwriter Kingdom Jasmine, classical guitarist Andrew Wilder, and violinist Tom Yaron and cellist Joseph Howe of the Ajax Ensemble!

Performers will repeat their sets every 30 minutes from 5:30pm to 7pm, allowing you to take a seat and enjoy each set in its entirety and explore each exhibit before moving to the next space. On the rooftop, refreshments will be served in front of a gorgeous backdrop of the Flatirons!

All tickets include after-hours admission to the Museum of Boulder at Tebo Center. Don’t miss a memorable and intimate experience you will not want to forget!


  • 5pm doors open
  • 5:30pm: begin in one of 3 galleries for your first experience
  • 6pm: travel to the next exhibit for your second experience
  • 6:30pm: end your evening with a final concert in your last gallery experience
  • 7pm: meet the artists on the rooftop

*light refreshments and snacks to be provided onsite*

About the Artists:

Kingdom Jasmine (Singer-Songwriter):

Kingdom Jasmine is the stage name for prolific singer-songwriter Bob Barrick, who, at 28 years old, has released three albums touching on rock, folk, and psychedelic influences. Having first made a name for himself in the Indianapolis punk scene as the front man for the noisy folk ensemble, Coyote Armada, it wasn’t until he joined forces with Joshua Lee Turner in 2016 to record the eponymous Kingdom Jasmine that he found a wider audience. Not long thereafter, the two moved from their home in Indianapolis, IN to Brooklyn, NY, where Turner’s long-time musical partner, Carson McKee, joined the fold. Led by Barrick’s sophisticated songwriting, the trio navigated the New York Music scene, notably landing a monthly residency at Pete’s Candy Store in Williamsburg. Within a year, they released Armed & Dangerous to great acclaim. When Turner and McKee turned their sights to their folk duo project, The Other Favorites, Barrick forged on as the sole creator behind Kingdom Jasmine. Today, Barrick lives and creates in Boulder, CO, where he has staked his name on the thriving Colorado scene. Along the Front Range of the Rockies, he has opened for the likes of Josiah Johnson, Brett Dennen, and Grahame Lesh; and shared the stage with members of Elephant Revival. After a year of promoting his first independently-produced LP, Anyone Seen The Light?, he has launched a pseudo-album singles series entitled Brain Gravy to be rolled out throughout 2021.

Andrew Wilder (Classical Guitar):

American classical guitarist Andrew Wilder began his musical education at an early age under the instruction of his parents, both of whom are professional classical musicians. Upon completing high school, he traveled to Europe to study in the Istituto Musicale Pareggiato Della Valle D’Aosta in Aosta, Italy, and in the following year, the Conservatorio Svizzera Italiana in Lugano, Switzerland, where he completed two Artist Diplomas in Guitar Performance under the instruction of Lorenzo Micheli. Wilder then completed a Bachelor of Music in Guitar Performance with Dr. Andrew Zohn at Columbus State University and a master’s degree in Music Performance with Dr. Dieter Hennings at the University of Kentucky. He has also studied interpretation and transcription extensively in private lessons and classes with Paul Galbraith at the Musik-Akademie in Basel, Switzerland. As a soloist, Wilder has performed recitals throughout the United States and Mexico, Europe, and South America. He has also been the recipient of several awards, including the First Prize in the Guitar Competition of Society of American Musicians, First Prize in the International Tennessee Guitar Competition, and First Prize in the University of Louisville International Guitar Competition. Wilder has a particular passion for Baroque and Classical music and has been active in researching and transcribing pieces for solo guitar and chamber ensembles, especially works by J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, Mozart, and Haydn. This artistic focus generated an ongoing project to perform the complete lute works of J.S. Bach on the guitar from memory. Wilder has presented the program in recitals in the United States and Mexico, performing the complete cycle of all thirty movements in each recital. Wilder recently released an album of the cycle entitled Bach: Complete Lute Works on Guitar.

Tom Yaron (Violin):

Praised for his “sensitive” playing by the Santa Barbara Independent, violinist Tom Yaron has performed in various constellations in North America, Europe, and Asia as concertmaster of the Moritzburg Festival Orchestra in Germany, Pacific Music Festival in Japan, and the Sarasota Festival Orchestra. He holds a bachelor’s degree from The University of California, Santa Barbara, a master’s degree from the Juilliard School and an Artist Diploma in String Quartet Studies from the University of Colorado. Yaron was a founding member of the Ajax Quartet which served as the graduate string quartet in residence at the University of Colorado, Boulder from 2017 to 2019. He performs with the Boulder Bach Festival, Boulder Chamber Orchestra, and Lincoln Center Stage on Holland America Line, the New World Symphony in Miami, and is a violinist for Fever Labs’ Candlelight concert series in Denver.

Joseph Howe (Cello):

Joseph Howe is a cellist based in Boulder, Colorado, where he maintains an active performing career. Mr. Howe is the principal cellist of the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, with whom he recently appeared as a concerto soloist, and the assistant principal cellist of the Greeley Philharmonic. He has also recently performed with the New World Symphony, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, and the Boulder Philharmonic. As a baroque cellist, he performs with Boulder Bach Festival’s period instrument ensemble. Other recent festival appearances as an orchestral and chamber musician include National Repertory Orchestra, Colorado Music Festival Orchestra, and American Bach Soloists Academy. Joseph holds degrees from University of Oregon, where he studied with Steven Pologe, and University of Colorado at Boulder, where he studied with Judith Glyde.

About Concertize:

Concertize is a Boulder-based company that connects musicians, venues, businesses, production professionals, and presenters with the goal of making music happen in more places, from vaccine clinics to concert halls. Concertize provides services that facilitate concert-planning, creating more successful and profitable events. Its vast network of talent and expertise lend it the ability to quickly and efficiently compile all the necessary information to make a performance happen at a certain location. Concertize also manages the Ajax Ensemble, a chamber group of internationally-acclaimed musicians. The Ajax Ensemble is available for any engagements ranging from private functions to full-on concert experiences.




Jun 26 2021


5:00 pm - 9:00 pm



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Museum of Boulder
2205 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302