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This fall, your Colorado Symphony ushers in a season unlike any other. The offerings are both timeless and inspiring, and feature many of the most accomplished instrumentalists, vocalists, and conductors of our time.
On Tuesday morning, Mayor Michael Hancock held a press conference announcing the expansion of free cultural programming for youth in Denver. The Colorado Symphony is pleased to be a major partner in this endeavor. This season, in partnership with Denver Arts & Venues, we will contribute $170k in tickets to support Denver's Imagine 2020 cultural plan...
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Wednesday appointed a group of civic leaders to help determine the fate of the Denver Performing Arts Complex (DPAC). The Mayor's Executive Leadership Team (ELT) consists of 29 arts, business and civic leaders drawn from a variety of backgrounds.
The Colorado Symphony is pleased to inform subscribers and patrons that the orchestra plans to remain in Boettcher Concert Hall through the 2015/16 concert season. On Tuesday, October 28, Colorado Symphony CEO Jerome H. Kern met with representatives of Denver Arts & Venues and the City of Denver to discuss the Colorado Symphony's occupancy of Boettcher Concert Hall.
Meet John and Karen Kinzie. Husband and wife, and both longtime members of the Colorado Symphony. Get to know the faces and personalities behind the instruments in this new series of musician spotlight videos!