Susan Gatschet

Take Note Host

A jazz fan since the age of 14, Susan Gatschet started volunteering at KUVO in 1996 and quickly gained a spot on the airwaves.

Susan hosts Take Note, offering a richly diverse listening experience weekdays from 1-4 pm.

Susan is also a voice over artist, promoter, producer and camera operator. An avid photographer, Susan has shot thousands of live performances across the nation. View her photo gallery at

Deeply committed to jazz education, Susan serves on the boards of the Colorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts and City Park Jazz.

Susan spends the weekends with her grandson Carter, enjoying the beauty of the Colorado outdoors and attending as many concerts as possible.

You can contact Susan at

Susan Gatschet Reese

Please join me today from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. . I'll share a little history about the origins of  "gift giving" during this time of year. You'll also hear some classic holiday tunes performed by some of your favorite musicians. It's all about the music, when you tune in to Take Note with Susan Gatschet Reese. Whatever your reason to celebrate the season, I wish you peace and happiness, good health and many bright notes! 

James Cullum

Cornetist Jim Cullum joins Susan Gatschet Reese Friday, September 26th, to talk about the upcoming 2014 Summit Jazz Festival. Riverwalk Live from the Landing has been a staple in the KUVO programming line up for many years and airs every Saturday at 8:00 a.m.. Tune in today at 2:30 to find out more about the man and his music.

Susan Gatschet Reese

Vocalist Dianne Reeves and Bennie L. Williams of Spiritual Voices,  will be visiting the KUVO studio today @ 2:30, to talk to Susan Gatschet Reese about a special tribute to Dr. Vincent Harding. Harding was a civil rights leader, a longtime Denver college professor at the Iliff School of Theology and a friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  "My Soul is a River" will celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Harding.

Susan Gatschet Reese

Listen to Part 1 of Carlos Lando's interview with Henry Butler.

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Colorado Symphony Orchestra music director Andrew Litton visited "Take Note" with Susan Gatschet Reese to preview their weekend performances of the Gershwin opera Porgy & Bess.