In the Studio

The acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Raúl Midón returns to Denver and will visit KUVO for a performance-interview in the Phyllis A. Greer Studio with host Arturo Gómez at 12:30pm, Wednesday April 19.  Raúl will be celebrating his CD release party at the Soiled Dove Underground at 8pm that evening. His new CD, “Bad Ass and Blind” features jazz standouts Nicholas Payton and Gerald Clayton. Steve and Raúl will chat about the new recording and Mr.

Live at KUVO: Carmen Sandim Quartet| Apr 17

Apr 15, 2017

KUVO welcomes back pianist Carmen Sandim back to the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio on Monday, April 17 at 6pm. From piano lessons as a little girl in Brazil, to composing for her jazz quartet in Denver, Carmen Sandim has found in music her lifetime adventure and purpose. It comes as no surprise that Carmen Sandim has mastered the intricacies and subtleties of good jazz. Through her diverse journey, the unifying thread has been the search for a sound that is unique and honestly expressive.

The KUVO High School/Collegiate Series kicked off in 1997 and quickly became an important part of the station’s programming. The goal was always to support young musicians, but the results have been mind-blowing.  Two decades of monthly student broadcasts have been made possible by heroic music directors, dedicated parents, hard-working students, encouraging staff and volunteers, and a host of community underwriters that provide the equipment AND PIZZA to make it all happen!

 

We're excited to host the Annie Booth Trio with guest saxophonist Steve Treseler in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio on Thursday, April 6 - 7pm

Scott Henderson is a guitar player's guitar player and is equally adept playing blues as jazz. He has recorded and toured with Jean-Luc Ponty, Chick Corea's Electric Band and the Zawinul Syndicate. In 1985, together with bassist Garry Willis, formed the band Tribal Tech. Tune in to the Vinyl Vault tonight at 8:30pm we will share side B from their 1986 debut album 1986 Spears, back when fusion still had some interesting musical things to say. Matthew Goldwasser sits in for Geoff Anderson.

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