Brad Turner Brad Turner is a digital editor at Colorado Public Radio.
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Brad Turner

Brad Turner is a digital editor at Colorado Public Radio. He hosts Centennial Sounds, a podcast about contemporary classical music featuring exclusive performances and conversations with composers. Brad oversees digital content for CPR Classical and CPR's OpenAir, and contributes music and arts coverage to CPR News.

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Mysterious Stones Found In Colo. May Have Been Ancient Musical Instruments

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Third Coast Percussion's new album, out Feb. 9, is called Paddle to the Sea. Saverio Truglia hide caption

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01Madeira River

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On their new album, Bang on a Can All-Stars wear stethoscopes to perform music by Arcade Fire member Richard Reed Parry. Lisa Bauso/Cantaloupe Music hide caption

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02The Brief and Neverending Blur

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