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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.
The HIJACK dance duo returns home to Colorado College and a classic Edward Albee play is performed in Ouray. For that and more, check out this week's Colorado Arts Roundup.
Denver author Peter Heller's latest novel is called "The Painter." It's now out in paperback. He talked about it in front of a live audience at the Tattered Cover Book Store.
Nocturne's owners hope the new club, located in Denver's RiNO district, helps to inject more life into the city's jazz scene.
From the smoke-filled nightclubs of Five Points to the swanky hotels of Aspen and Vail, jazz has long been an important part of Colorado’s musical landscape.
Colorado musician puts a new spin on famous and not-so-famous folk tunes.
The CU Art Museum will be the only Colorado stop on the first ever U.S. touring exhibition of Shakespeare's First Folio, the original collected edition of the Bard's plays.
Festival organizers expect the two-day event in August to bring as many as 35,000 visitors to the town, which some say does not have the infrastructure to support the crowds.
The four concerts feature music by Arvo Part, Meredith Monk, Philip Glass and Gyorgy Ligeti.
How much gold lamé does it take to inspire a funk flashback? A Colorado bluesman discovers it has to be at least enough to fill a disco-era TV screen.
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is the latest in a fast-growing list of Colorado cultural institutions experimenting with marijuana industry partnerships.