Answers about an upcoming concert to benefit educators and the long tradition of rock musicians’ commitment to social causes from Seth Larson of the Denver rock band.
The urban dance maker speaks with CPR about creating a new work for the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble about the American Civil Rights movement.
Around 60 different acts will participate in this year’s festival, which provides a platform for independent artists who specialize in a range of theater styles.
The producing artistic director for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts talks to CPR about reimagining the Broadway hit “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” that’s based on a Denver icon.
The classical musician chats with CPR about hosting a chamber music festival in a town heavy with folk music influences.
The Denver dancer and choreographers talks to CPR about why its important to have a festival that highlights Colorado talent.
Contemporary art master teacher Danielle Stephens discusses pop art and Tom Wesselmann, one the movement's leading artists.
“Unbound: Sculpture in the Field” brings sculptures to the 17-acres of open space outside the Arvada Center as part of a new exhibition series.
Denver’s Phamaly Theatre Company, which casts actors with disabilities, talks to CPR about its upcoming musical and 2015 Japan tour.
The multifaceted musician returns to the Colorado Music Festival with another “Music Mash-Up.” Last summer, Hackman led his orchestral blend of Brahms and Radiohead. This time, it’s Beethoven-meets-Coldplay.