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Every summer, hundreds of aspiring orchestra musicians come to Colorado music festivals to study. Here's what the young players at one festival learn.
You wanted to know. So we asked Colorado artist Patrick Marold to break down the cost of his public art sculpture "Shadow Array" at Denver International Airport.
A 16,000-square-foot warehouse in northwest Denver is the site of this new production, which gives the audience a role in the show.
The Wheat Ridge visual artist, who is blind, has paintings on display at the Cabal Gallery this month.
Colorado artist Gemma Danielle's mural along a popular trail in downtown Denver recently received national recognition.
CPR News invited Fort Collins eighth grader Aritra Nag to co-host an interview with Denver filmmaker and author Adam Lipsius, whose new book is "Knox Chase on the Case."
Four women star in the traditionally male leading roles of Shakespeare's slapstick comedy this summer in Boulder.
A Colorado historian and author profiles the Rough Riders and Roosevelt's legacy in a new book.
Private companies are shelling out big bucks for public art projects, like giant inflatable rabbits that took over downtown Denver in June.
Qbala, who performs in Boulder Tuesday night, raps openly about sexuality and drug abuse.
Denver Design Week offers walking tours of the southeast subdivision that could become Denver's first mid-century modern conservation district.
Since it launched in 2014, the musical trio has secured a spot as the house band at downtown Denver's largest Irish pub.
In his book, “Beethoven For a Later Age,” violinist Edward Dusinberre offers a backstage look at the celebrated the Takács Quartet, long based at CU Boulder. Through it all, Beethoven’s 16 string quartets have been musical touchstones.