EVENTS: Balanced Breakfast Denver With Guest Speaker Tobias Micah Krause of UMS – May 26th
Balanced Breakfast Denver meets every month. Meetings are open to anybody that is passionate about the Music Industry. This Month our speaker is the wonderful, Tobias Micah Krause. Originally hailing from Milwaukee, Tobias Krause has called the Mile High City home for the past 11 years.
Krause has been an intricate part of the Two Parts event squad for the last four years, leading events of all kinds. He helped produce the Westword Music Showcase for two years, after which he left to take on the Underground Music Showcase for the past two years. In January of this year, Krause’s employer, Two Parts, purchased the Underground Music Showcase from The Denver Post Community Foundation. Two Parts tapped Krause to be the next Event Director for the festival as it enters its 18th year in Denver.
Outside of Two Parts and the UMS, Krause helps program Fort Greene Bar, does music development with young artists and volunteers with three non-profits around the city. He also has a dog named Guthrie. Officially Krause is the Senior Events Director with Two Parts, and Event Director for the Underground Music Showcase. The conversation could go many directions in a casual Q & A type atmosphere – this is one not to miss!
What: Balanced Breakfast
When: Saturday, May 26th
Where: Mercury Café, 2199 California St, Denver, Colorado 80205
Time: 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. MDT
Ages: All ages!
Originally started in SF by Stefan Aronsen, Balanced Breakfast brings together local music industry artists and professionals to meet for breakfast on a regular basis. Now with meetings in 27 cities around the world, attendees talk about actions they can employ that will help the local scene become a place where musicians & industry professionals can make substantial progress doing what they love (music). We are growing super fast and have benefitted greatly from the help of breakfast hosts like Reed Fox & Mona Magno.
[Thank you to Alex Teitz, http://www.femmusic.com, for contributing this article.]