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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.
The creator of a documentary that chronicles the lives of thousands of living people who occupy a cemetery in the Philippines chats about her film.
Gil Boggs, artistic director of Colorado Ballet, chats with CPR about "Ballet Director's Circle," an evening of mixed repertoire at the Newman Center.
Comedians Andrew Orvedahl and Robert Rutherford explore the subjective nature of storytelling in the first of a new series created specially for CPR’s Arts Bureau.
A movie critic finds hope for the future of cinema at a high school film appreciation class.
The stories behind their new piano concerto and this weekend's Boulder Philharmonic concert.