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Members of the Central Presbyterian Church learn about a potential partnership to share their space with the Colorado Symphony.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau looks at possible venues for the Colorado Symphony, why there are so few female magicians and more.
Denver's city attorney warns the orchestra that the events still violate state laws against public consumption of marijuana.
The Colorado Symphony will play live accompaniment to scenes from the Disney film this Saturday, and one musician will play an instrument from the original soundtrack.
Gamelan Tunas Mekar celebrates 25 years of music-making by paying a return visit to Indonesia.
Dancing dolls, electric flower photography and more from CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman for the weekend of May 8-11.
A surprise appearance by a polymath musician-poet transforms a dull evening into one of delight.
The co-curator of the Denver Art Museum talks to CPR about a new exhibition of bronze sculptures.
Petra Hogan talks about her music and her recovery after sustaining a shotgun pellet in the brain during the mass shooting at a Aurora movie theater in 2012.
The Denver actress chats with CPR about her role in Curious Theatre’s “Venus in Fur.”
This week, CPR’s Art Bureau looks at “Rolling Papers,” a documentary on Colorado’s cannabis culture since Jan. 1, how music helps people who stutter to communicate more fluidly, the enduring creative influence of F. Scott Fitzgerald and more.