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  1. CPR Classical's 2013 retrospective: The year's big stories in Colorado and beyond

    The names, news stories and performances that defined classical music in Colorado in 2013.
    CPR Classical · Story
  2. Empire Lyric Players: Kid's Version-- Iolanthe

    • Sunday, June 25, 2017 2:00pm to 4:00pm
    CPR Classical · Event
  3. ‘The Great Composers: Mozart’ Presents A Brilliant Artist In A New Light

    This Memorial Day weekend, enjoy a five-hour look at one of history’s greatest musical geniuses, hosted by Scott O’Neil and Karla Walker.
    CPR Classical · Story
  4. Carter Pann's 'The Mechanics' Featuring The Black Diamond Saxophone Quartet

    A few years ago, composer Carter Pann heard the saxophonists in the Capitol Quartet in concert. The music blew him away. He convinced the group to collaborate with him, and the resulting piece -- called "The Mechanics" -- made Carter a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Hear a CPR Performance Studio recording of the piece by the up-and-coming Black Diamond Saxophone Quartet -- and the story of what inspired Carter's piece -- in this episode of Centennial Sounds from CPR Classical and Colorado Public Radio.
    CPR Classical · Story
  5. Changes At The Colorado Music Festival: Zeitouni To Depart, Oundjian To Lead In 2018

    CPR Classical · Entry
  6. Colorad Music Festival: Young People's Concert

    • Saturday, July 8, 2017 10:00am to 12:00pm
    CPR Classical · Event
  7. Will Renee Fleming Pull Back From Opera Performances? [Updated]

    CPR Classical · Entry
  8. Newman at Ten

    CPR Classical · Story
  9. Richard Ray Looks Back On A 'Wild Ride' Of A Radio Career

    Richard Ray is retiring. Help us celebrate his career by sharing your memories of his time on the airwaves.
    CPR Classical · Story
  10. CPR Classical's Favorite Releases Of 2016: A Look Back At The Year's Best Recordings

    Some of the 2016's finest albums, compiled by Music Director Jeff Zumfelde and the rest of our staff.
    CPR Classical · Blog Post