An wholly likable alliance has formed between the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra and Blue Moon Brewing Company, and the result will be tonight's Symphony of Tastes, an evening of classical music and brews. See also:Ten Denver restaurants that use beer in their savory dishes
Ballet Nouveau Colorado has been putting together some of the most innovative collaborations we've seen -- so it's appropriate that the group is moving forward with a new name and new digs. Before the company completes its transition to Wonderbound, though, it will present one more show under the BN ... More >>
Colors of the West
Back in 2007, Denver residents voted for an alphabet soup of nine civic improvements. While almost all of those bond-backed Better Denver projects are done (with signs to prove it), much of the money from G and H, earmarked for maintenance and construction of cultural facilities, including an update ... More >>
A Better Fate
Gene Sobczak, who was a VP and marketing guru for the Colorado Symphony Orchestra when he left in 2007 to head the Arvada Center, will soon be making beautiful music with the CSO again: The symphony board has appointed him to replace interim director Jim Copenhaver, who returned this fall to ... More >>
Colorado SymphonyThe Colorado Symphony Orchestra is struggling: it's over $1 million short on cash; its musicians are seeing massive pay cuts; and twenty of its board members (read: big donors) have left. The CSO cut five programs, which totaled ten shows, from now through early-December and ... More >>
Colorado SymphonyThe Colorado Symphony Orchestra has made a lot of changes over the past few weeks, including hacking almost half of its performances in October and November. In September, more than twenty members of the CSO's board of trustees resigned; Jerome Kern and his wife, Mary Rossick ... More >>
Before the Colorado Symphony Orchestra announced that it was cutting back its fall schedule in an attempt to balance a budget shortfall of $1.2 million, Show and Tell checked in with Barry Fey, the savior of the symphony back in 1989. Fey thinks that the current incarnation of the symphony could be ... More >>
13 Tracks From the Dark Side of the Beat
Lookin' fine, Boyz II MenIt hasn't been medically confirmed yet, but I'm pretty sure my pregnant girlfriend left the Boyz II Men show with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra last night approximately 250 percent more pregnant. Just as sexy and possibly even sexier than they were in the '90s despi ... More >>
The Ship and the Sea
Yo-Yo Ma took to the airwaves for the CSO.Colorado Public Radio pledge drives aren't all that popular even with people who donate to keep the organization running. But at least the just-concluded session had a twist: Cash was generated to support a different organization -- the Colorado Symph ... More >>
In this town, one supposes a Tuesday night in the middle of the week can stretch only enough to contain a Cinco de Mayo warm-up, regardless of what the calendar says. The real action, from Federal Boulevard cruisers to the big event in Civic Center Park, will probably heat up over the weekend. But ... More >>
An Orchestra of One
Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
Tuesday, August 14, the hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
Saturday, November 4, hi-dive, 720-570-4500.
He Poos Clouds (Tomlab)
No Disassemble (Red Ink)
Central City Opera gives Vanessa its regional premiere.
DAVA brings art to all five senses.
Get a manos-on experience at Machu Picchu
Killing Joke's ghoulish rock has the last laugh.
Tchaikovsky's Symphony #4/Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture
Colorado Symphony Orchestra
A Denver conductor and music professor leads an ensemble fight to protect the classics.
Chris Widlar sounds a sweet note with Concertos in Chocolate.
With its precise duplications of Grateful Dead bootlegs, the Dark Star Orchestra is the ultimate cosmic cover band.
New Music for Bowed Piano by Stephen Scott
The Ladybug Transistor steers clear of the beach.
December 31, 1998 - January 6, 1999
May 21 - 27, 1998
Lionel Young uses a violin to deliver the blues.
Mar. 12 - 18, 1998