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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. 60 Years Later, 'Baby Doe' Still Fascinates Central City Opera Audiences

    The opera company presents an anniversary production of a beloved piece rooted in Colorado history.
    CPR Classical · Story
  3. Watch: Ellen Considine Tackles Weber’s Playful Concertino for Clarinet

    Hear the Boulder clarinetist in the CPR Performance Studio.
    CPR Classical · Story
  4. What Opera Singer Eric Owens Learned When He Studied Conducting

    “Especially when they’re in front of an orchestra for the very first time, It’s like going on a blind first date with 60, 70 people,” Owens said.
    CPR Classical · Story
  5. Longtime Classical Host Charley Samson is Retiring. Help Us Celebrate His Career

    He's been a unique, witty voice in Colorado for nearly half a century. What's your favorite memory of the veteran announcer?
    CPR Classical · Story
  6. Academy Of St. Martin In The Fields Set For Two More Years At Bravo! Vail

    CPR Classical · Entry
  7. Watch: Four Stunning Highlights From Central City Opera’s ‘Tosca’

    Some of the best moments from Puccini's beloved opera come to the CPR Performance Studio.
    CPR Classical · Story
  8. Columbine Chorale

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    CPR Classical · Event
  9. A Parting Gift — With Legs — For Marin Alsop At The Cabrillo Festival

    After 25 years directing the contemporary music festival in California, Marin Alsop bids farewell with Lola Montez Does the Spider Dance, a new piece composed for her by John Adams.
    CPR Classical · NPR Story
  10. These 250-Plus Violins Are About To Be Owned By The U.S. Government

    American-made violins are often regarded as inferior to European ones, but guitarist David Bromberg knows their value. So does the Library of Congress, which is acquiring his impressive collection.
    CPR Classical · NPR Story

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