The head of Denver's Su Teatro discusses "Ludlow: El Grito de las Minas," a play inspired by the Ludlow Massacre.
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A budding Figaro describes his experiences of performing in Colorado public schools.
In this age of online auctions, the human voice is still a powerful sales tool.
Acclaimed composer Jake Heggie chats about the impact of his opera "Dead Man Walking," the centerpiece of Central City Opera's "Prisons, Compassion and Redemption" project.
Falsetto singing and simple guitar riffs underpin the arts show's catchy music.
Colorado's music scene hopes to get a boost at SXSW through the use of public funds for the first time.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, March 6-9.
The eclectic artists discuss their music, their upcoming projects and tonight's concert in Denver.
The band's lead singer on relentless tours, new music in the works, and his view on life after leukemia.
Will a grand plan to leverage the arts bring about economic success for Colorado Springs?
New cultural plan spearheaded by Denver Arts & Venues is the result of months of consultations with thousands of Denver residents.