Colorado Symphony Resident Conductor Scott O'Neil.

(Photo: Courtesy of Colorado Symphony)

Sunday through Friday nights at 7, Charley Samson is your connection to the music, voices and happenings of Colorado's classical music community. 


The Trinity Presbyterian Second Tuesdays series continues this week with a performance by violinist Yumi Hwang-Williams, concertmaster of the Colorado Symphony. We'll hear Hwang-Williams performing Brahms' Scherzo in C Minor (third movement) from the "F-A-E" Sonata. 


Pianist Andrew Cooperstock is the soloist at this weekend's Boulder Chamber Orchestra. We hear him in our Performance Studio playing Chopin's Nocturne in B flat minor from 2010.


Resonance Women’s Chorus Music Director Sue Coffee will discuss the group's next concerts, and we'll hear the group's recording of Joan Szymko's "Always Coming Home." 


Colorado Symphony concertmaster and soloist Yumi Hwang-Williams talks about the orchestra's concerts this weekend, which include her performance of Philip Glass' Double Concerto with cellist Wendy Sutter.


Colorado Spotlight will be pre-empted by a live Colorsdo Symphony broadcast featuring Scott O’Neil, resident conductor; Yumi Hwang-Williams, violin; and Wendy Sutter, cello. 


We'll hear: