Is teaching complete beginners to take their first dance steps more or less satisfying than coaching would-be dance pros advanced techniques? –
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Students from the Colorado Ballet Academy collaborate with the Metropolitan State University of Denver's Center for Visual Art for a weeklong dance- and art-making residency.
Check out a list of 20+ great artists playing in Colorado this month, some of whom will drop by our CPR Performance Studio along the way...
The Snowball music festival takes place April 4-6 in Denver. We spoke with producer Chad Donnelly about the fest's move to an urban setting, the rise of electronic music in Colorado and beyond, and what the fest has to offer to music fans of all genres.
At Denver's Space Theatre through April 27, 2014, "Shadowlands" takes a biographical took at a later period of C.S. Lewis' life in order to explore love and loss.
The Colorado Symphony conductor's salute to a jazz great is a labor of love.
HBO's popular fantasy series attracts costumed fans to the Paramount Theatre for a special, advance screening.
The soloist at this weekend’s Colorado Symphony concerts discusses and performs “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.”
Sobel is known all over the world for her lyrical books, especially “Longitude” and “Galileo’s Daughter.”
An original theme by a Colorado composer will blast across the speaker system at Coors Field to usher out the Rockies before each home game this season.
Tomorrow on CPR's arts show, an advance preview of a scene from the Marx Brothers' slapstick comedy classic "Animal Crackers." The production launches at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts on April 4.
Open through May 10, 2014, Robischon Gallery's latest show features four concurrent solo exhibitions that collectively explore the natural world and our relation to it.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, March 27-30.