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.
Eklund Opera’s performance featured psychedelic color-coded costumes, cartoonish projections and symbolic dancing puppets.
Set in a 1960s, this modern adaptation of “Gallathea” featured vibrant costumes and hammed up comedy.
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Blues singer and guitarist Ana Popovic held the audience spellbound at the Dickens Opera House on Friday, Nov. 5.
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“Minari” is a slow-moving tale of Korean immigrants in Arkansas, filled with subtle realism and colorful family vignettes.
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Australia’s Zephyr Quartet produces a multilayered masterpiece on their newest album “Epilogue.”
French pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard linked forward-thinking musical geniuses at CU’s Macky Auditorium.
Nobuntu’s dynamic dancing and warm, mellifluous a capella vocals filled Macky Auditorium with warmth.
Jazz guitarist Al Di Meola sampled from his vast repertoire to build a thoroughly enjoyable, intimate set.
The Phamaly Theatre Company, aiming to make more inclusive theatrical performances, brought stories of the Windy City to Denver.
Virtuoso Chloé Trevor performed Vivaldi’s and Piazzolla’s “The Four Seasons” with beauty and grace.