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Music is good for the mind. Learn a few exercises to spur creativity and imagination with the renowned pianist.
Seuss died in 1991, but a new collection of his lesser-known work comes out Tuesday. Horton and the Kwuggerbug and More Lost Stories includes four tales Seuss originally wrote as magazine columns.
As part of Colorado Public Radio's Kids Music Week, we explore how Legacy High School's marching band made it to the Rose Bowl parade.
The classical musician chats with CPR about hosting a chamber music festival in a town heavy with folk music influences.
After a summer of guest conductors, the CMF search committee offered a three-year contract to one candidate...
CPR got an exclusive tour of the Colorado Ballet’s new $6.5-million home in Denver’s Arts District on Santa Fe.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores Colorado playwrights taking matters into their own hands and author Peter Kageyama’s philosophy on city-making.
Frustrated by the limited opportunities with nearby theater organizations, Colorado playwrights are increasingly turning to self-producing their work.
NPR's Eric Deggans say the comedian was a show business survivor whose tireless work ethic kept her relevant long after other comics would have faded away. She died Thursday at 81.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a comedy festival at Red Rocks and a conference that marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
The Grammy Award winning vocalist joins the 38-member choir for a concert in Denver to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Vincent Harding.
The Lone Tree Arts Center and Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center will receive a big boost in public funding after qualifying for the first time.
The symphony is trying to update the concert-going experience in an effort to be more inviting to modern-day audiences.
As part of "Colorado Matters'" regular feedback segment, Chet Carmen explains that he was mobbed by Beatles fans in Colorado in 1964 because he looked somewhat like John Lennon.