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This week, South High School in Denver will premiere "So Many Fish in the Sea." The musical is written, directed, and choreographed by senior Dominic Ellerbee.
Silver Creek High School orchestra instructor Paul Trapkus looks at how an education in music leaves lasting benefits through life.
Musicians David and Enion Pelta-Tiller, of Taarka, lost their home in the 2013 flood. On “Making Tracks Home,” they reflect on loss, resilience, and a sense of community.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the tough climate for a new cultural sales and use tax in Northern Colorado and Colorado's growing presence at the major annual music festival in Austin.
A dance party at Denver's Marquis Theater and the Local Lab new play festival in Boulder -- for these events and more, check out this week's Colorado Arts Roundup.
Back after a year-long hiatus, the Instrument Drive will distribute free musical instruments to Colorado school children over two weeks in March.
Colorado organizations have plunked down $57,000 to support locals at the South By Southwest music festival this year, nearly three times what was raised last year.
A Fort Collins arts advocate hopes to give cultural organizations a boost with a tax initiative modeled after a Denver program that has distributed more than $800 million.
The music accompanies the silent film classic 'The Passion of Joan of Arc.'
The Colorado Music Party at SXSW is back for its third year in Austin, Texas. The 2015 event has expanded to five days with over 110 artists performing.
Norwegian composer Kim Andre Arnesen will write as many as six pieces for the group.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores how Denver's newest music joint, Nocturne, will affect the city's larger jazz scene and how Metro Area poets are creating verse inspired by the urban landscape.
Composer and singer Caroline Shaw and director Brad Wells talk about the group's inspirations and next record.