The much-anticipated launch of the CSO “Classically Cannabis” series had all the makings of just another art gallery wing-ding -- except for one thing.
Civic gem or urban relic? The Denver Performing Arts Complex, built for a different era of American life, is trying to figure out its role in the changing city.
The sale and use of marijuana is now legal -- sort of -- and cultural presenters are grappling with the law as they work to blend pot smoking with arts programming.
The Denver city attorney says the city's pleased with the Colorado Symphony's efforts to align its bring-your-own-cannabis fundraising concerts with city and state law.
CSO will hold as private fundraisers a series of pot-themed concerts billed as BYOC, or bring your own cannabis.
Denver officials warn the events as advertised could violate city and state laws but the CSO is quick to point out that three of the events are taking place at a private venue.
Andrew Litton talks to CPR about conducting George Gershwin’s trailblazing opera for the Colorado Symphony.
Members of the Central Presbyterian Church learn about a potential partnership to share their space with the Colorado Symphony.
Denver's city attorney warns the orchestra that the events still violate state laws against public consumption of marijuana.