Music

Robert Olson’s last concert as music director

Robert Olson has changed the Longmont Symphony, and the Longmont Symphony has changed him. “I’m very, very proud of what we’ve done over three decades,”...

Anders Osborne is still trying to figure it all out

It was mid afternoon on Good Friday here and in Dallas, Texas when we caught up to Anders Osborne on tour, hangin’ out behind...

For King & Country are on an upward trajectory

A quick look at the tour itinerary of For King & Country is a good indication of how quickly this sibling duo of Luke...

Steve Hackett’s day job

Even among its most ardently faithful adherents, there’s little dispute that the glory days of progressive rock — at least relative to its commercial...

Marco Benevento’s vision quest

Marco Benevento lives in Woodstock, New York, with his wife and kids, some farm animals, and Fred Short. Well, to be precise, Fred isn’t exactly...

A rock ‘n’ roll night of Baroque

Zachary Carrettin talks rock ‘n’ roll, but you won’t recognize most of the composers. The artistic director of the Boulder Bach Festival, Carrettin has put...

Giving Eugene Hütz a headache

I thought my plan was clever — get Eugene Hütz on the phone and ask him about global politics. The ringleader of the gypsy punk...

Seicento celebrates Scarlatti and son

Evanne Browne, artistic director of the Baroque vocal ensemble Seicento, wants you to know that she is excited about their next concert. Very excited. “I...

José González: Breaking down barriers

It’s difficult to observe the current state of the world and not feel some level of frustration, disappointment and maybe even a little bit...

STFKR’s Josh Hodges muses on identity

Josh Hodges, architect of indie upstart band STRFKR, isn’t a nobody. So it should come as a surprise to hear he aspires to be...

Ars Nova Singers to perform 40-part pieces

In the history of European choral music, there are two major works that were composed for 40 different voice parts. Yes, that’s four-zero, 40 parts,...

Jesse Cook talks labels and artistic heroes

Somewhere just past the two minute mark of “Tommy and Me,” one of the middle-stretch cuts on world music guitarist Jesse Cook’s latest CD,...
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