Tina Cartagena

Chief Development Officer

Tina has been a part of the KUVO family since 1990.  During her tenure at KUVO, she has developed the Membership and Underwriting Departments, coordinated all "Live at the Oasis" CD series, helped the station's annual budget reach $1,000,000, and developed the station's website (past and current).  In 2006, KUVO produced "Caliente: Latin Jazz with Eddie Palmieri"; Tina coordinated the national marketing efforts for this successful series.  Tina can be reached at 303-446-7612.

Ways to Connect

A community that matters! Jazz and blues is so much more than just music..this is a music community...its a unique, vital, and powerful art. And the power of jazz and all of the shows you hear on Saturday is reflected in the power of friends like you. We hope you enjoy today's Duet Saturday. We do need your love in form of a pledge, a gift to sustain the incredible music you enjoy on KUVO.

You listen to jazz in your car, from a radio at home, maybe you stream KUVO at work, or you tune in via the KUVO App. We all have our own way of  being connected. Having a jazz station that's accessible no matter where you are is a key part of our mission. We're asking you to become a supporting member of our jazz community...and you'll be automatically entered to win a trip to Vail Jazz Party, or Telluride Jazz Festival! Any gift, at any level...before midnight tonight April gets you in the drawing!

Thank you for helping us today for 4-hour Thursday. It's not too late to support JAZZ on KUVO to show your love for KUVO! Pledge online here. You decide the amount. You value jazz, and all of KUVO's programs, and because you listen and depend on the music and information every day, please consider a gift in support of the music as a one-time gift, or monthly installments, as an ongoing sustaining member which would make you a Jazz Messenger.

Tony Monaco & Fareed Haque return to Dazzle Jazz on Saturday, April 9 for two performances - 7 & 9pm Featuring: Tony Monaco – hammond b-3 organ, Fareed Haque – guitar and Greg Fundis – drums

Tony Monaco may be the best organ player you have yet to hear of flying stealth while playing arguably some of the hottest B-3 around. Mentored by the legendary Jimmy Smith in what is considered the more classic style, Monaco does not swing, smolder or smoke. "Tony Monaco burns is the most fitting!" CriticalJazz Review2012.

The Colorado Symphony presents Bela Fleck: The Return of the Banjo on Friday & Saturday,  April 1 and 2 at 7:30pm both nights at Boettcher Concert Hall.

The genre-defying king of the banjo, Béla Fleck has been nominated in more categories than any other artist in Grammy® history, and has taken home thirteen of the awards to date. For these performances, acclaimed conductor Jose Luis Gomez leads Fleck in the regional premier of his second Concerto for Banjo and Orchestra, a piece co-commissioned by the Colorado Symphony.

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