The pianist stopped by the CPR Performance Studio to play stunning versions of music by Liszt and Tchaikovsky.
CPR Performance Studio
The Colorado Pubic Radio Performance Studio provides a stage to showcase the depth and variety of both classical, and new and independent music coming to, and from, Colorado.
It's a complex piece: a little moody and a little manic.
The unique vocal octet returns to the CPR Performance Studio for a powerful session.
An exclusive session with an exciting young quartet from the University of Colorado.
Also featured: a hypnotic take on music from Biber’s ‘Mystery Sonatas.’
A special choral performance recorded at Colorado Public Radio.
Over the years, more than 100 singers have been part of the 12-man lineup, yet the ensemble's sonic identity -- its clear, powerful voice -- remains strong.
The cast is set for four performances at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, plus a special broadcast Nov. 12 on CPR Classical.
Check out the way Kuuskmann almost dances with his instrument as he plays the piece in the CPR Performance Studio.
The group's videos have been viewed more than 10 million times. Here's the footage from their CPR Performance Studio session.