CPR Arts Show: Colorado Symphony’s home-hunting, women magicians and more
Colorado Public Radio
May 9, 2014
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On this week's show:
A big question mark hangs over whether or not the Colorado Symphony (CSO) will return to Boettcher Hall after the venue’s yearlong renovations are complete. CPR talks to the symphony orchestra’s CEO, Jerry Kern, and local architect Andrew Nielson about some of the options currently under consideration as the CSO’s new home.
As a Colorado brotherhood of magicians prepares for its annual magic showcase, CPR arts reporter Corey Jones investigates why females are so underrepresented in the magic industry.
In our new “Random Act of Culture” series, Nick Arvin recalls how a polymath musician-poet transforms a dull evening into one of delight.
In light of its 25th anniversary, Gamelan Tunas Mekar shares an exclusive sample of its Balinese music with CPR.
CPR's arts show airs on Fridays at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tune in live or access online at any time.