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- It takes two to dance a pas de deux, but demand for the male half of the duex far outstrips supply. Many schools and ballet programs offer special classes and steep discounts to male students.Read More
Rateliff has made rock and folk music in Denver for years. But he and his new band are now finding international attention.
Natalie Hodges talks with David Rutherford about a month that helped her grow as a musician.
The award-winning musician and composer says he started playing the clarinet to help with his asthma -- and it evolved from there.
"Desert Islands," a travelogue by popular ornithologist and former Denver Museum of Nature & Science director Alfred Bailey, includes rare footage of a Pacific Ocean island.
Producer Dennis Law hopes the elaborate show, which runs at DU’s Newman Center through September 6, helps China push its arts and culture worldwide.
The Pacifica Quartet brings Shulamit Ran's 'Glitter, Doom, Shards, Memory' to Aspen and Denver.
In "This Very Moment: Teaching, Thinking, Dancing," Barbara Dilley chronicles the origins of her dance career in New York City and launching a program at Naropa University.
The Aurora-based classical and contemporary Indian dance school takes on difficult issues, like suicide, rape and senseless violence, in "Gyaan."
A look at the unusual music filling the Colorado Symphony's home this month.
New book studies forgiveness from Los Angeles to Rwanda and finds benefits for the person who wrongs and the one who lets go.
Christopher Dragon, the Colorado Symphony's 25-year-old new associate conductor, makes his official debut Wednesday night.
The Montana-based artist’s first solo exhibition at Denver’s Robischon Gallery in 11 years is on display through Aug. 29, 2015.
Marcela Armas says her Biennial of the Americas project symbolizes different layers of exchange between Denver and Mexico City.
The symphony made its selections following an international search with more than 200 candidates.