Enjoy an exclusive beer tasting paired with light hors d’oeuvres and the sounds of a Colorado Symphony small ensemble performed in a casual setting!
Once considered a gimmick, performances featuring videogame music are now a regular part of pops orchestra programming. “You can no longer just sit there and play Beethoven,” said Andrew Litton, music director of the Colorado Symphony and the New York City Ballet Orchestra.
Are you ready for a new year of unique learning opportunities? If so, Colorado Symphony has a program designed to spark interest in things classical that aims to educate in creative and fun ways.
This Wash Park Profile feature dives into the many different educational opportunities the Colorado Symphony offers.
The Colorado Symphony Association is bringing back the Colorado Symphony Raffle starting Nov. 24. One lucky winner is going to drive away in a brand new 2016 Honda Pilot EX-L AWD, generously donated by the Rocky Mountain Honda Dealers Association (estimated value $39,905). Single tickets will be on sale for $100; packages of five tickets will be available for $400, and can be purchased at http://www.coloradosymphony.org/Raffle.
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Your Colorado Symphony performs the sounds of the season this December! Be part of the tradition at "A Colorado Christmas". Be awed as "Jackie Evancho Sings Holiday Hits & More". Hear sleigh bells at "Holiday Brass". Let your voice be heard at "Handel's Messiah" and "Handel's Messiah Sing-A-Long". Watch Kevin McCallister foil bandits at "Symphony At The Movies: Home Alone" with LIVE orchestration. Join the rebel alliance at A Weekend of Star Wars". And ring in the new year at "A Night in Vienna".