How two pieces on this weekend's concert are related. Plus: Charley Samson on the group's music.
Regis University piano instructor R. Andrew Lee is winning over critics and international audiences.
Richard Powers' new novel tells the story of an avant-garde classical composer who finds himself dabbling in DNA. He "gets obsessed with finding music inside of living things," Powers explains, and, as a fugitive, ends up leading officials on a low-speed chase.
Tips to help you fall in love with Bach, Beethoven and Brahms.
Minnesota Orchestra and Roomful of Teeth quietly win prizes at the show.
Born in 1867, Powell paved the way for female — and American — violinists around the world. In 1904, she was among the first to record her music in a studio. And this year at the Grammys she'll be honored with a Lifetime Achievement award, alongside The Beatles and The Isley Brothers.
Talented young singers try out for one of the world's greatest opera stages. (And it's free and open to the public.)
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most-interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, Jan. 23-26.