Music

Zuill Bailey and Boulder Phil will perform ‘unbelievably successful’ new piece

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Zuill Bailey loves watching the audience as he performs. Unlike pianists and other soloists with orchestra, Bailey, a...

Endless Scene

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Bluegrass music is meant to be heard while sitting on a grassy field at a sunny summer festival. That’s the belief...

Luigi Cherubini is a gem

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Maria Luigi Carlo Zenobio Salvatore Cherubini just may be the most influential classical composer you have never heard of.

Gunning for a Grammy

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When G. Love approached his friend and musical colleague Keb’ Mo’ about producing the album that became The Juice, one of...

For A Far Cry, ‘Memory’ has many meanings

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A Far Cry, a self-directed string ensemble of 17 players headquartered in Boston, will play “Memory” Saturday (Feb. 8) in Macky...

Notes in flesh form

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In a moment of clarity surrounded by flames, British country soul singer Yola knew what she had to do. It was...

Harnessing the hummingbirds

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After consulting several dictionaries, it’s undeniable: There’s a quality about Alexa Wildish that can best be described as magical.

Blues is the route

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The music started about 40 years ago at a party at Mary Flower’s house in Denver. Singer Mollie O’Brien recalls the...

The golden one

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Marcus King fans can expect one thing for certain when they see King and his band live on tour behind the...

Boulder Phil’s ‘Mozart and More’ features Anderson & Roe Piano Duo

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Music director Michael Butterman will be both conductor and soloist at the Boulder Philharmonic’s next concert, Saturday (Jan. 25) in Macky...

A certain kind of magic

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Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell, of the Brooklyn-based duo Overcoats, stare at each other across a split screen, both wearing oversized...

An unexpected path

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Until high school, composer Gustav Hoyer had never played an instrument, so he’d certainly never considered a career as a musician.