Music

Meet the Ivalas Quartet

The Ivalas Quartet only recently arrived in Colorado, but if you follow classical music you will be hearing about them soon.

‘Bamboozling’ piece anchors Boulder Phil concert

Michael Butterman, conductor of the Boulder Philharmonic, was sitting in his driveway, thinking “What on earth is going on?”

The final stage

He was a whirlwind on stage. A larger-than-life mandolin dervish enticing huge audiences to join him on a wild ride, and a...

Answering the call

The mosquitoes are smaller in New Mexico. There are also fewer of them and less humidity, all of which has drawn Brittany...

‘A space of awe and wonder’

J.S. Bach’s monumental Mass in B Minor is one of the great works in the European musical tradition. Cynthia...

The journey is the destination

In a locally published review last winter of their LP Instinct, the generally sympathetic reviewer predicted that this year — 2019...

The beautiful madness of Shovels & Rope

Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst, the husband and wife duo behind folk-rock outfit Shovels & Rope, were on their way to...

Mixing in a few clouds

Matt and Kim have made a career out of creating upbeat, catchy pop anthems that seem tailor-made to get concert crowds...

Unexpected and unfamiliar

The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra somewhat unexpectedly opens its 2019-20 season Saturday, Oct. 12, with music by two members of the Rock...

Mutual understanding

In June of 1989, a military coup, led by Omar al-Bashir, overtook the government in Sudan. Combined with widespread famine, the...

Not as simple as it seems

Have you ever been stranded in an airport between flights? If so, Boulder’s Ars Nova Singers and Denver’s...

Getting it off your chest

Todd Snider may have, of late, been garage rocking and singing in Hard Working Americans, the band made up of members...
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