TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2014
TURN TO CPR NEWS FOR LIVE COVERAGE OF ELECTIONS 2014
CPR’s newsroom is ramping up to bring you in-depth election coverage this fall, including live results on Election Day.
CPR News will also be talking with candidates about everything from health care reform to income inequality and the economy. Listen to many of these conversations on “Colorado Matters
” with host Ryan Warner
and visit cprnews.org
to take interactive quizzes.
As returns come in on election night, follow our comprehensive coverage online
with live blogging, and real-time updates on the @NewsCPR
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CPR CLASSICAL PRESENTS LIVE BROADCASTS FROM THE COLORADO SYMPHONY
CPR Classical returns to Boettcher Concert Hall to bring you six live broadcasts from the Colorado Symphony’s 2014–15 Masterworks Series.
Coming up on Nov.1 at 7:30 p.m., the second broadcast features Marin Alsop conducting Mahler’s “The Titan.” Then, on Dec. 5 at 7 p.m., tune in for “All Beethoven” featuring pianist Jeffery Kahane. See the full live broadcast schedule
, and watch this video interview
to see what Music Director Andrew Litton
had to say about the symphony’s new season, which debuted last month with Beethoven's legendary Symphony No. 9.
As the live broadcast season continues, “Colorado Spotlight
” will also feature recordings of several Colorado Symphony performances on Thursdays at 7 p.m. with host Charley Samson
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LONDON IS CALLING
The Fall Pledge Drive begins tomorrow, Oct. 8, with several sweepstakes, including a $10,000 trip to London, England. One lucky winner and their guest will enjoy seven nights in the capitol city, theater tickets, a dinner cruise on the Thames, plus $1,000 spending money and a visit to either Stonehenge or Highclere Castle, better known to public media fans as “Downton Abbey.”
This vacation was donated by two long-time CPR members to encourage you to support the programs you depend on. Join them and help us reach the 9,200-member goal for this pledge drive by starting or renewing your membership
During the drive, we’d love to hear from you. Visit Facebook
and tell us about the CPR stories and music you enjoy most.