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.
One diva brought another to the screen in this week's episode of the celebrated drama. New Zealand native Dame Kiri Te Kanawa appeared as her predecessor Dame Nellie Melba, an Australian singer in high demand in the years before and After World War I. Hear the real Melba in a signature role.
Like the state's Super Bowl stars, Colorado's flagship orchestra is flying high thanks in large part to strong leadership.