Yes, it's true. As Yo-Yo Ma prepares to headline there this summer, here's a look at how Van Cliburn and Igor Stravinsky helped establish classical music at Colorado's most famous amphitheater.
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Since forming in 2015, the quartet has become one of the city's most visible live bands.
The artist’s signature works include life-sized horses and large chickens, including a special one in Fruita to commemorate “Mike the Headless Chicken.”
Evergreen potter Tom Edwards has been selling the flatulent coffee mugs for years before they caught Elon Musk's eye.
The Monument-based writer hit the New York Times bestseller list on her first try with, "When Dimple Met Rishi."
Composer Jessica Meyer recently had the kind of experience that gives musicians nightmares. She traveled to the desert in northwestern Colorado to perform a new piece in concert on her viola. It was built on layers of electronic loops. But the unique acoustics at the venue -- known simply as The Tank -- caused those loops to dissolve into a squall of feedback. So Jessica tossed aside the music she’d carefully composed and created something unlike anything she’d written before. She called it “Luminous Prison.” Hear the world premiere of the piece, and the emotional backstory, in this episode of Centennial Sounds from CPR Classical and Colorado Public Radio.
From riveting biographies to thrilling fiction, outdoorsy children's books to emotional memoirs, all with a Western connection.
The Denver high schooler's experimental electronic music scored him the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver's Failure Awards Scholarship.
The Native American artist has his work on display at the Denver Art Museum now through August 12.
Also mark your calendars for the Westword Music Showcase in downtown Denver and a free, three-day festival in Fort Collins.
Also mark your calendars for performances at the Aspen Music Festival, Bravo! Vail and the Central City Opera.
Rivera has traveled the world, organizing hundreds of art exhibitions in regions experiencing conflict or human rights issues.
Aoife O’Donovan, Sarah Jarosz and Sara Watkins found themselves singing in a Telluride bathroom, and formed I'm With Her.
The felines are just one of five installations sponsored by the Downtown Denver Partnership to beautify alleyways.