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Metro State Jazz Ensemble
2:17 pm
Tue April 15, 2014

Metro State Jazz Ensemble tonight at 7

Tonight at 7pm, it's the High School / Collegiate Series. At 7pm, host Geoff Anderson welcomes the Metro State University of Denver Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Ron Miles. to KUVO's Phyllis A Greer Performance Studio.

Tune in or come in for a chance to hear some of Colorado's most promising young improvisers. The concert will feature classic compositions and contemporary works.

Studio Club Members - Please e-mail Arvida arvida@kuvo.org or call 303.446.7631 to reserve your seat(s).

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In the Studio
8:48 am
Tue April 15, 2014

Denver's 25th Annual Poetry Rodeo

Andy O'

Andy O' is the host of the Nightside on Sunday nights from 8 to 10 pm. He is a poet, and the leader of the eclectic band, Coyote Poets of the Universe. Please tune in today at 3:30 pm, when Andy O' joins Susan Gatschet Reese to talk about Denver's 25th Annual Podeo, and to recite one of his poems, in celebration of National Poetry Month.

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Jazz Appreciation Month
2:00 am
Tue April 15, 2014

Tuesday's Trivia - Tax Day Special

You likely know that KUVO is graced by some of the coolest cats in the world - our on-air hosts. Their passion for music is evident and the knowledge they share is priceless. KUVO volunteer and jazz blogger, Peter Furlong is writing profiles of a subset of KUVOs hosts - the ones that are also musicians.  Here's a link to the series.

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Arts and Culture
3:33 pm
Mon April 14, 2014

Return of the record players

Longtime "crate divers" (DJs who spend long hours flipping through racks of old vinyl records) are enjoying some redemption these days.  The arguments over the audio fidelity have been won by the 
"analogs," it seems.  Records rule!  And now, turntable manufacturers can say, "we're back."

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KUVO hosts
2:45 pm
Mon April 14, 2014

The Working Musician as on-Air Host

KUVO/KVJZ is fortunate to have several volunteer on-air hosts who make their living as professional musicians.   These performers worked years developing a music product suitable to the tastes of demanding listeners. The performer’s peers are demanding of even higher standards, a level of respect to be met if the musician is to work in collaboration with these peers. The performing artist must learn to recognize quality in their own work; and,staying abreast of the innovative work of others enables the musician to identify the changes occurring in the larger art collective.

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