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The rebirth of a composer to greatness: The Raven by William Hill

The performance Saturday evening, March 28, by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra was unsurpassed in many ways, and, the fact that the first and last works on the program involved the loss of a loved one made the program strangely coincidental. 1,601 more words

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CRAVE Cupcakes set to open doors March 2 in The Woodlands

Six years ago, Houston-based CRAVE cupcakes owners Elizabeth Harrison, Peter Cooper and Brad Dorsey catered to Houstonian’s cupcake cravings by opening one of the city’s first cupcake shops. 83 more words

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Today in NYC History: Abraham Lincoln Gives Game-Changing Speech at Cooper Union (1860)

Seven score and fifteen years ago, Abraham Lincoln gave what was then the biggest speech of his career, and he gave it in New York City, at Cooper Union. 585 more words

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The Colorado Symphony Orchestra: Märkl and Kahane are Spellbinding

Friday evening, December 5, Jeffrey Kahane returned to Denver as a pianist to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto Nr. 5 in E flat Major, Opus 73… 1,889 more words

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Gil Shaham, Andrew Litton, and the Colorado Symphony are Magnificent

Friday evening, October 3, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Andrew Litton, gave a remarkable, world-class performance. Violinist, Gil Shaham was the guest artist, and performed the well-known Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major, Opus 77. 1,791 more words

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John Prine at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

The year was nineteen seventy-one. A former mailman from Illinois released an album on Atlantic records, self-titled, John Prine. The songs were narrative — filled with empathy for his characters. 1,843 more words