Music

Boulder Bach Festival returns to its central mission with four choral...

It will be back to basics for the Boulder Bach Festival. Its next concert will return to the original focus of the festival by presenting...

They Might Be Giants: In with the new, again

John Linnell of They Might Be Giants says one of the group’s key goals has always been to not repeat themselves and bring something...

Ars Nova present ‘Hidden Masterpieces’

The young composer Orlando di Lasso wanted to impress Duke Albrecht V of Bavaria. The year was approximately 1555, Lasso was in his 20s and...

The dirty 30

"I think I’m in Raleigh-Durham.” It’s 11 a.m. in North Carolina, but Todd Park Mohr sounds a little tired over the phone. No judgment, though:...

The upbeat cynicism of J.W. Schuller

The suit jacket wasn’t gold lamé or anything garish like that — no offense, gold lamé; rock ‘n’ roll wouldn’t be the same without...

Dirt-on-the-ground type of journey

Bruce Cockburn’s last album, Small Source of Comfort, came out six years ago. But Cockburn had good reasons to back up his absence; he...

Suffering a success

Sitting in Tom Wasinger’s studio, surrounded by tens of thousands of dollars of guitars and other stringed delights, his three Grammys gathering dust on...

Cirque de la Symphonie makes fourth appearance with Boulder Phil

The circus is coming back to town, and this time they’re bringing a fiddler. The circus is the acrobatic troupe Cirque de la Symphonie, returning...

Under the cover of pop

Sometime in 2016, Destroyer’s Dan Bejar found out that the original name for “The Wild  Ones,” a song from English rock band Suede’s 1994...

Eric Johnson: Now and then

Depending on who you ask and what day you ask it, having that One Monster Hit is either a blessing or a boat anchor...

Altius Quartet returns to CU

The Altius Quartet is on the move. Formerly quartet-in-residence with CU’s esteemed Takács Quartet, Altius has found themselves very busy, building their already-blossoming career. Since...

Boulder Phil: Pianist Simone Dinnerstein returns

The first time Simone Dinnerstein attended a concert alone she was 12, and she heard music by Philip Glass. Dinnerstein has since become an internationally...
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