Highlights

KUVO programming highlights!

Brian Blauser / Mountain Stage

This Sunday, September 23, at 4 pm, KUVO’s re-broadcast show “On Stage” features the jazz and poetry of David Amram. Amram was there in clubs of Greenwich Village in the 1950s when Beat Poets first set their verse to jazz. Since then his music and compositions have touched the big screen and crossed jazz, classical and Latin music genres.

This Sunday, September 16, KUVO celebrates the birth of piano virtuoso Henry Butler (born September 21, 1949) by playing recordings from his many performances in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio.

National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15 since the Reagan-era law was enacted in 1988) celebrates the contributions of Latinos in virtually every sector of American society – business, visual and literary arts, science, health, the environment, education, government and law, the military, family, communications, religion, and of course, music.

On Stage: Blueswoman Erica Brown

Sep 2, 2018
Steve Mack

This Sunday, September 9, KUVO celebrates the blues with Erica Brown, recorded as she and her band performed live on the air from the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio.

Omar Sosa Quarteto AfroCubano | Sept 4 & 5

Sep 1, 2018

Smithsonian Award-winning pianist Omar Sosa and his Quarteto Afro-Cubano visit Colorado for two nights of performances at Dazzle on September 4 and 5.

Sosa is a 7-time Grammy-nominated pianist and recipient of the Smithsonian lifetime achievement award will be appearing with his primary touring band Quarteto AfroCubano. Omar Sosa fuses an array of jazz, world music, hip-hop, and electronic elements with his Afro-Cuban roots for an evening of music that will make you feel at ‘home.’

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