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Thursday, November 21,2013

Celebrating LGBT culture

Out Boulder hosts 10th Boulder Pridefest

By Lexi Schwartz
In March 1975, Boulder County Clerk & Recorder Clela Rorex granted the first same-sex marriage license in the United States.
Thursday, November 21,2013

Symphonic odysseys for Pro Musica Colorado

Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra begins Homeric season

By Peter Alexander
It’s going to be an epic season for the Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra. That is not a critical judgment, by the way; it’s how the orchestra’s music director, Cynthia Katsarellis, thought about the season.
Thursday, November 14,2013


Drummer Dafnis Pietro is a man of many genres

By David Accomazzo
Dafnis Pietro was born in Santa Clara, Cuba, in 1974, and he didn’t take long to become immersed in the rich Afrocuban musical tradition of his homeland.
Thursday, November 7,2013

Boulder Chamber Orchestra celebrates 10th season with wide variety of works

By Peter Alexander
“The season is basically about celebrating our 10-year anniversary doing things that have always been my favorites, pieces that I’ve missed doing, and pieces that I know the audiences have been wanting to come back,” Saless says.
Thursday, November 7,2013

Straight, no filler

Buddy Guy, 77, is still producing like mad

By Alan Sculley
Buddy Guy’s new release, Rhythm & Blues, is a rarity in an era when EPs and singles are becoming popular formats to release new music. It’s a double album, 22 all-new tracks deep.
Thursday, November 7,2013

That Bear Creek sound

Elephant Revival makes new CD, aided by a studio in the Northwest

By Dave Kirby
The faint whiff of cruel irony wasn’t lost on Elephant Revival’s bassist Dango Rose; merely 10 days after the band members released their new CD These Changing Skies, the skies above their own home turf turned hellish and hammered their neighborhood with the kind of flood people will be talking about for a century.
Thursday, October 31,2013

Chemistry without a textbook

Vintage Trouble members knew they had something special from beat one

By L. Kent Wolgamott
Vintage Trouble might just have the best live show going.
Thursday, October 31,2013

Kind of blue

Otis Taylor gives Boulder the blues at the third annual Trance Blues Festival

By Dylan Owens
If you hear an entrancing rhythm coming from eTown Hall or the Boulder Outlook Hotel this weekend, don’t fight it. Instead, grab an instrument — or anything you have that can make a sound — and follow the sound. These sirens aren’t trying to wreck your ship; they just want to jam.
Thursday, October 24,2013

The horror

Music options abound for Halloween

By Stephanie Riesco
If fending off zombies sounds more appealing than hearing “Monster Mash” at another costume party, never fear: Boulder musicians have much to offer this Halloween.
Thursday, October 24,2013

Celebrating comets, new and old

Seicento Baroque Ensemble looks to the stars for inspiration

By Peter Alexander
"It’s not the end of the world.” That will be the musical message when Boulder’s Seicento Baroque Ensemble celebrates the Great Comet of 1680 by performing the music of Henry Purcell.