“Andrew is the Peyton Manning of the orchestra world, and Denver is fortunate to have a conductor of his caliber,” said Colorado Symphony CEO Jerry Kern.
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As part of his residency in Denver, the San Francisco-based artist has created an installation that serves as a platform for interaction and human activity.
Essays from musicians and photographs are featured in the new book that also catalogs the 40 colorful posters used to advertise the festival throughout its history.
Pueblo's tribal fusion/Middle Eastern belly dance troupe performs a radio dance.
A new book chronicles the history of the famed musical event, which began in 1974 as a one-day local concert.
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Boulder County Commissioners have endorsed an advisory panel’s recommendations to award Scientific and Cultural Facilities District funding to 70 organizations while denying grants to five others.