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BEN FOLDS

Another summer, another unforgettable collaboration! Ben Folds and special guest Ingrid Michaelson will perform with your Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks on June 21. Tickets on sale now!

From Bach... To ROCK!

The Colorado Symphony Ball returns to the Fillmore Auditorium on Saturday, April 25. The Battle of the Bands features the Colorado Symphony, Tracksuit Wedding and the DaVita Blues All Stars.

NEW SEASON ANNOUNCED

Subscription packages, custom design and Flex Passes for the Colorado Symphony's 2015/16 season are available now. Renew or subscribe today and be rewarded all year long!

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The rebirth of a composer to greatness: The Raven by William Hill

The performance Saturday evening, March 28, by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra was unsurpassed in many ways, and, the fact that the first and last works on the program involved the loss of a loved one made the program strangely coincidental. Maestro David Lockington returned to Denver to guest conduct this performance.

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Colorado Symphony Announces Collaboration with Local Bands

The Colorado Symphony Orchestra, who have built a reputation on being supportive and collaborative with Denver's contemporary musicians, have further solidified this reputation with the announcement of their newest program, "Turn Over the Keys." The program, which will take place on May 28 at Boettcher Concert Hall, will feature Denver acts Land Lines, Ian Cooke and Megan Burt.

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Colorado Symphony Announces 2015/16 Season

The Colorado Symphony is thrilled to announce programming for the 2015/16 season, which opens Friday, September 18, 2015 at Boettcher Concert Hall. Guided by Music Director Andrew Litton, the Colorado Symphony’s 2015/16 season represents a richly diverse spectrum of styles, from classical to contemporary, and includes appearances by some of symphonic music’s most revered conductors and artists.

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An examination of the First and Second Viennese Schools of composition, this program brings back Natasha Paremski on the piano playing her personal and audience favorite, Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1. The evening opens with a unique strings-only first half, featuring Schoenberg’s Verklerte Nacht, often regarded as the most beautiful work of the abstract expressionist movement.

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