Resident Bush

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What makes TAUK tick?

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Music

Grass, no jam

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Dobroist Justin Konrad describes standing onstage at the 2019 Telluride Bluegrass Festival for the first time as a “surreal experience.” Boulder’s Bowregard...

Meet the Ivalas Quartet

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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

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

The final stage

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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

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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’

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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

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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

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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

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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

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

Mutual understanding

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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

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