Meet the conductor who will shape the sound and identity of the Colorado Symphony over the next five years.
The story and sounds behind an epic choral piece about an infamous hate crime -- and why the director of the Denver-based Matthew Shepard Foundation says the story still matters.
Mitchell, the 37-year-old associate conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra, is set to lead the symphony for four seasons beginning in 2017.
The Denver native is honoring her parents with a special recital featuring original music.
Hear the Boulder clarinetist in the CPR Performance Studio.
“Especially when they’re in front of an orchestra for the very first time, It’s like going on a blind first date with 60, 70 people,” Owens said.
Charley Samson has shared music by Bach, Beethoven and Brahms for decades. But he's also championed Colorado artists like Jean Berger and Sphere Ensemble.
After an elderly Spanish women's good intentions gone wrong went viral, Centennial librettist Andrew Flack and Boulder composer Paul Fowler created "Behold the Man."
American-made violins are often regarded as inferior to European ones, but guitarist David Bromberg knows their value. So does the Library of Congress, which is acquiring his impressive collection.