Hear the violinist performing as a soloist and member of the Carpe Diem String Quartet.
All Arts Stories
In her debut novel, Boulder author TaraShea Nesbit writes about the wives of Manhattan Project scientists who left everything they knew and moved to the New Mexico desert. Their husbands couldn’t tell them they were developing the atomic bomb.
Five questions with Rachel Chaparro of the Bringing Back the Arts Foundation, which held its annual music competition for Denver Public School students last Sunday at the Bluebird Theater.
The Boulder-based theater company hosts its third annual new play festival March 14 - 16 at eTown Hall.
'Everything you need to know is in the score': A preview of this weekend's Colorado Symphony concerts.
Urban researcher Charles Landry and Executive Director of Denver Arts and Venues Kent Rice discuss the implementation of the city’s ambitious cultural plan.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, March 13-16.
“What If…Direct Connect Denver: Berlin” pairs 53 Denver artists with 53 artists from Berlin.
The head of Denver's Su Teatro discusses "Ludlow: El Grito de las Minas," a play inspired by the Ludlow Massacre.
A budding Figaro describes his experiences of performing in Colorado public schools.
In this age of online auctions, the human voice is still a powerful sales tool.