Thomas Blomster recently traveled to Mongolia to conduct the premiere of his piece, written for the country's traditional instruments.
"Conversations For Nijinsky" earns recognition for the musician, years after his band's popularity peaked.
Attending symphony concerts has a positive impact on people with memory loss, according to research by Colorado State University.
Bob Biber walked away from music to become a doctor more than 40 years ago. He plays at the Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition next week.
CSU leads a study that looks at how the concerts impact dementia patients and their caregivers.
Thanks to a federal grant, the orchestra will premiere a new piece by composer and outdoors enthusiast Stephen Lias in 2017.
After presenting classical, jazz and world music concerts at Denver clubs for several years, Jim Bailey is bringing his unconventional programming to Boulder’s Dairy Center.
When Charlie Burrell, one of the nation's first African-American classical musicians, left the concert hall in Denver, his white colleagues went one way, he went another.
Most good musicians have spent their most frustrating and most victorious moments in the presence of the unwavering click of their metronome.
Andrew Litton talks to CPR about conducting George Gershwin’s trailblazing opera for the Colorado Symphony.