Central City’s Production of ‘Amahl and the Night Visitors’ Charms
Central City Opera performed Amahl and the Night Visitors by Gian Carlo Menotti last night (Dec. 13) at Boulder’s First United Methodist Church. The performance, directed by Iliana Lucero Barron and conducted by John Baril, offered a heart-warming interpretation of the seasonal classic, filled with the magic of the holiday spirit.
Review: The colorful, surrealist opera “Postcard from Morocco” at CU
Eklund Opera’s performance featured psychedelic color-coded costumes, cartoonish projections and symbolic dancing puppets.
Review: “Gallathea,” a hilarious, heartwarming love story in the 60s
Set in a 1960s, this modern adaptation of “Gallathea” featured vibrant costumes and hammed up comedy.
girl in red’s evolution from bedroom pop sensation to multifaceted indie artist
girl in red’s music video for “I’ll Call You Mine” is her most polished and ambitious to date, reflecting her artistic evolution.
Review: Guitarist Ana Popovic delivers signature blues-rock shredding in Longmont, CO
Blues singer and guitarist Ana Popovic held the audience spellbound at the Dickens Opera House on Friday, Nov. 5.
Carousel at Central City Opera: a Twisted Tale of Redemption
Production faces dark themes of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s hit show.
Lindsey Stirling electrifies Red Rocks on Artemis Tour
Stirling, the YouTuber “hip-hop violinist,” brought her epic fantasy album to life on her long-awaited Artemis Tour.
Opinion: Individual rights and safe communities can coexist
It’s time to dismantle the NRA’s fear-based tactics and the misinformation about guns that divides our nation.
‘Minari’: a stereotypical immigrant tale, told with sincerity and subtlety
“Minari” is a slow-moving tale of Korean immigrants in Arkansas, filled with subtle realism and colorful family vignettes.
Reflections of a female, Japanese-American classical guitarist
A search for musical identity, community and representation.
Classical music needs to confront the white-male frame
For diversity initiatives to last, classical music needs radical institutional change.
Starkland’s new releases: fearless, authentic and experimental
Boulder-based label Starkland recently issued three CDs that explore contemporary music’s different personalities.
Opinion: Animal exploitation creates deadly diseases like COVID-19
If we don’t stop exploiting animals everywhere, COVID-19 is just the beginning.
Adam Lambert’s ‘Velvet’ is a silky nostalgic throwback
In his new album “Velvet,” Adam Lambert launches into a funky, retro era, leaving behind his glam electropop.
Zephyr Quartet’s ‘Epilogue’ creates hypnotic textures
Australia’s Zephyr Quartet produces a multilayered masterpiece on their newest album “Epilogue.”
Piano virtuoso Pierre-Laurent Aimard doubles back to Beethoven
French pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard linked forward-thinking musical geniuses at CU’s Macky Auditorium.
Nobuntu radiates joy with mbube a capella
Nobuntu’s dynamic dancing and warm, mellifluous a capella vocals filled Macky Auditorium with warmth.
Al Di Meola brings high caliber musicianship to the Boulder Theater
Jazz guitarist Al Di Meola sampled from his vast repertoire to build a thoroughly enjoyable, intimate set.
Acting group for people with disabilities puts on show-stopping performance with ‘Chicago’
The Phamaly Theatre Company, aiming to make more inclusive theatrical performances, brought stories of the Windy City to Denver.
Violinist Chloé Trevor performs mashup of “Four Seasons”
Virtuoso Chloé Trevor performed Vivaldi’s and Piazzolla’s “The Four Seasons” with beauty and grace.