The Colorado musician releases his debut album, "How To Be Okay Alone," on June 15.
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Sex, slavery and race -- nothing is off the table for the "shocking" and "lacerating comedy" playing at the downtown Denver theater company.
Daniel Kellogg, who teaches composition at the University of Colorado, loves the string quartet. Some of history's greatest composers wrote their most extraordinary music for two violins, a viola and a cello. So Daniel took the job seriously when he set out to write a big statement that he ultimately called String Quartet No. 1. He had worked up to it. He wrote a half-dozen pieces for string quartet before he composed this one. Hear a recording of the world premiere of String Quartet No. 1 -- played by the Grammy-winning Pacifica Quartet at the Aspen Music Festival & School -- in this episode of Centennial Sounds from CPR Classical and Colorado Public Radio.
How careful are exhibit conservators? Well for one, the scrolls flew business class to Denver in their very own seats.
A new documentary, "The Interpreters," explores the lives of translators who have targets on their backs.
The third album from the project led by Colorado musician Joel Van Horne is inspired by the Pacific Ocean.
Fort Collins author Todd Mitchell sees a trend of young fiction books that combine realistic environmental problems with “narratives of hope and agency.”
Tya Anthony keeps a trunk in her office that represents a personal archive of family history, lineage and her own life.
“Interphase” was created for the third annual WAVE, an art festival that runs Thursday through Sunday in downtown Breckenridge.
An essay the father wrote will be read aloud at the McNichols Building in Denver's Civic Center Park June 5.
“We feel the art excites people, it disarms them and it sort of makes them ready for the conversation,” says David Ehrlich of the Denver Theatre District.
Centennial Sounds -- a podcast about modern classical music, and what inspires some of today's most talented composers -- returns soon for its second season. The series, hosted by Brad Turner, features exclusive recordings of music by 21st century composers and stories about what inspires the music. The new season features a twist: It's a musical road trip through the Rocky Mountains, with recordings from outstanding summer music festivals and other venues around Colorado.
It’s more than the music that inspires Hetman. Images of Waits started popping up in the visual artist’s work around 2013 or 2014.
Works from Morehshin Allahyari’s collection “Material Speculation: ISIS” are on display at The Collective as part of the Lafayette Electronic Arts Festival.
From big names to rustic venues, it's going to be a great summer for classical music lovers in Colorado.