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Integrative Healing Arts – December Live Performances

Blog, Music, Performances / December 4, 2014

The Integrative Healing Arts Program at Presbyterian St. Luke’s presents the following therapeutic musicians who will play weekdays in December.

Therapeutic Musicians

Where: Main lobby at Presbyterian St. Luke’s

When: December weekdays 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM, except Wednesdays which will be 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM.
(more specific info to come; please check back)


Please come hear these talented women share their passion during this festive season.

Global Alliance for Arts & Health Annual Conference

Blog, Performances / December 4, 2014

Global Alliance for Arts & Health Annual Conference: Enhancing Lives Through Arts & Health

This 25th annual conference was hosted in April this year in Houston, Texas.

We, at Presbyterian St. Luke’s, know the connection between practicing art/music and the effects of good health. This conference was geared toward further educating healthcare providers, therapists, researchers, and artists.


One of the numerous Therapeutic Music performances at the conference demonstrating the healing power of live music.

Irish Dance Performance

Performances / August 16, 2013

The young and talented dancers from the Moriarty-Moffitt School of Irish Dance performed at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. Some of our dear pediatric patients, their families and caretakers were able to come down to the lobby to see the performance. Delightful to say the least!


Storytelling with Kate Lutz

Performances / April 27, 2013

Thursday April 25th, 2013


Kate teaches at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and co-hosts a monthly Story Circle at Swallow Hill. She’s published articles and stories, and produced a CD titled Road Rule. Kate Lutz speaks the universal language of stories. Her unique blend of personal, traditional, and historical stories pulls in the audience as the tale unfolds. Kate’s stories are comfort food for the heart and laughter for the soul.

Magician Travis, Visits Kids in Pediatrics

Performances / March 26, 2013

February 22, 2013


Soul’s Palette Arts and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children are excited to have Travis Barlock joining us once a months for magic performances. Travis likes doing group shows as well as working  with patients in theirs rooms. When he is working one-on-one with teens and preteens, Travis likes to follow his show with a mini magic lesson. The patient picks one of the tricks and Travis shows them how it’s done.

It is very exciting how much his magic shows depend on the iterations of the pediatric patients. The kids feel very special when they become part of the show. In addition to involving the patients in his show, Travis has an awesome ability to engage the whole room including nurses and care takers.


 March 29, 2013


I want to post some photos from March 29th. Travis put on a fun group magic performance and had the special opportunity to work with several patients one-on-one. We were thrilled to have so many enthusiastic patients and family members participating in the fun! :)



Upcoming: Healing Arts Performance Series

Performances / March 22, 2013

Storytelling with Pam Faro
Thursday, March 28th, 2:00 to 3:00p.m.


Since 1988, Colorado storyteller Pam Faro has earned her living by offering
top-quality storytelling performances, workshops and retreats throughout
the US and internationally. Pam’s performances include stories with warmth,
humor and power, from the true story of her great uncle who was on the
Titanic, to worldwide folktales, and Spanish and English traditional tales.
Pam also teaches workshops on presentation, writing, and storytelling skills.

Made possible by:

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Ventriloquist, Mark Hellerstein

Performances / March 1, 2013


Mark brings a smile to pediatric patients today when he performed in patient rooms. Performances are possible through a grant received from the Rocky Mountain Children’s Foundation.

Mark became passionate about ventriloquism the moment he checked Paul Winchell’s book out from the library when he was ten years old. Mark discovered that the art encompasses virtually all aspects of performance: writing, acting, comedy, storytelling, singing, music, staging and even physical art itself (making figures and props). Although Mark didn’t make ventriloquism his primary career, the skills he learned (passion, discipline, creativity, speaking in groups, memorization, thinking on my feet) were critical in helping him achieve heights he never dreamed possible. Mark was named one of the most talented ventriloquists in the world over the last 15 years by Valentine Vox, THE definitive authority on the history of ventriloquism and ventriloquists and author of I Can See Your Lips Moving: The History and Art of Ventriloquism.

Special Musical Guest

Music, Performances / February 8, 2013

Special musical guest, Katherine Dines stops by to perform Hunk-Ta-Bunk-Ta Music to pediatric kids.


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