Arvida Rascón

Development Associate and Volunteer Coordinator

Ready to volunteer? Have fun at a festival? Provide food for our drive or special events? Donate tickets?  Arvida can help you connect with KUVO in many ways. Arvida can be reached at or 303-446-7631.

Ways to Connect

Together, we raised over $105,000 to support the music on KUVO during the fall pledge drive! Thank you for becoming a new member, renewing your support, and for providing an additional gift in support of our member challenges. Our goal to sign up new Jazz Messenger's was surpassed -- thank you! We would love to invite you into the family of supporters, support the music today!

Because of you...we are community, culture and music!

KUVO has a new show on the weekend, “Super Sonido Saturday,” heard on Saturday night at 11 pm. The show explores the blending of traditional sounds such as cumbia, champeta and Andean Folklorico with everything from modern technology and digital sounds to punk, Chicano Soul and even the occasional pop and reggaeton.

On Monday, September 18 at 8pm on Wulfie’s Wax Museum, we’ll hear “The Godfather of Vocalese,” Eddie Jefferson, in a live performance from March, 1976 at The Tin Palace, in New York City.  The album is called, “The Live-Liest,” released three years later, in 1979, on the Muse label. Eddie’s sidemen feature a duo of alto saxophonists, Eric Kloss and Richie Cole, plus Mickey Tucker on piano, Rick Laird on bass, and drummer, Eddie Gladdens. Join host Mike Wulfsohn as we listen to one of the greatest jazz vocalists ever, Eddie Jefferson, on the Monday Night Beat on KUVO Jazz!


KUVO's Studio Club presents the Manuel Valera Trio - LIVE in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio with host Susan Gatschet on "Take Note" on Friday, July 14 - 3 to 4pm.

Studio Club Members: Please contact Arvida arvida@kuvo.orgto reserve seats for you and a guest.

Dazzle presents Dr. Lonnie Smith's "Evolution" on Sunday, July 9 at 6pm and 8:3pm. Featuring: Dr. Lonnie Smith - Hammond B3 organ, Freddie Hendrix - trumpet, John Ellis - tenor saxophone, Jonathan Kreisberg - guitar and Joe Dyson - drums.

Dr. Lonnie Smith is an authentic Master of the Hammond B3 organ. For over five decades he has furthered the sound of Jazz Organ, created a worldwide fan-base, and revealed his musical talents on over seventy albums. Smith was named a NEA Jazz Master in 2017.