Roomful of Teeth performs "Allemande" by Caroline Shaw live in the CPR Performance Studio on March 9, 2015. It's the first movement in Shaw's Pulitzer Prize-winning Partita for Eight Voices.

When Roomful of Teeth visited Denver in March, the vocal octet stopped by Colorado Public Radio for an interview and a session in the CPR Performance Studio.

The singers treated CPR’s staff to the first and fourth movements of composer and group member Caroline Shaw’s “Partita for Eight Voices,” which won the Pulitzer Prize for music in 2014. (That's her standing third from left in this video.)

Roomful of Teeth performs "Passacaglia" by Caroline Shaw live in the CPR Performance Studio on March 9, 2015. It's the fourth movement in Shaw's Pulitzer Prize-winning Partita for Eight Voices.

After winning a Grammy for its 2012 debut, the ensemble released its second disc, “Render” in April. It features music by Caleb Burhans, Missy Mazzoli and Roomful of Teeth founding director Brad Wells.

Vocal octet Roomful of Teeth warms up in the CPR Performance Studio.

(Photo: CPR/Irvin Coffee)

For more on Roomful of Teeth, check out CPR Classical’s interview with Shaw and Wells.