CPR’s weekly arts shows explores why a small rural community shut out the return of a music festival and Colorado’s thriving burlesque scene.
CPR’s weekly arts show explores Denver philanthropist Margaret Brown’s relief efforts abroad after WWI and a Denver museum’s collaboration with a group of graffiti artists.
Umoja Dance Company, a Denver-based drum and dance ensemble, gives CPR an exclusive preview of a West African song and dance.
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.
A Denver musician decides to compose and record his own funeral music, a suite of eight songs called "Cortege."
Colorado's flagship orchestra will not leave for another venue during the 2014-2015 season.
After 13 years under the helm of Michael Christie, the Colorado Music Festival is searching for a new artistic leader. Three finalists, selected by a committee from 30 applicants, will strut their stuff on the Chautauqua Auditorium podium this season.
Essays from musicians and photographs are featured in the new book that also catalogs the 40 colorful posters used to advertise the festival throughout its history.
CPR’s weekly arts show examines Colorado theater companies’ commitments to actors and how two arts leaders are turning the traditional lecture series on its head.