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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.

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The Colorado Symphony is thrilled to announce Colorado Symphony Presents, a new series of performances by world-class contemporary artists launching at Boettcher Concert Hall in November.

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Ditmer: Hold on to Boettcher Concert Hall - DENVER POST

Time for the Denver Performing Arts Complex and its landlord, the city of Denver, to collaborate. The center is the nation's second-largest performance venue, an irreplaceable asset, housing our cultural big four: the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Ballet, Opera Colorado, and the Denver Center Theatre Company (which manages its own venues) since 1979.

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Colorado Symphony drops the tuxes,brings in drinks, and more pop music

Remaking itself for a more casual era of concert-going, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra will dress down its musicians and end a long-standing policy of forbidding patrons to bring cocktails into the performance hall. The orchestra also announced Tuesday that it is taking on the role of concert promoter, an aggressive business move that will have it producing a new lineup of non-classical events. 

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The Colorado Symphony must remain in a renovated and repurposed Boettcher Concert Hall

The Colorado Symphony is the only full-time professional orchestra in over a one-thousand mile radius and one of the best in the country. The Colorado Symphony is an enormous economic asset to the City of Denver and the State of Colorado, generating millions in revenue each year.

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In February, the Colorado Symphony launched the Very Young Composers with a pilot program at Cole Arts & Science Academy, a DPS K-5 school in Denver. Through the Very Young Composers, students learn to create original musical works, using expressive tools available to all children. For four months, a team of musicians from the Colorado Symphony worked with 60 third-grade students to create eighteen original works, which were performed for students, teachers, parents and community members during two public performances in May. Works by a select group of young composers were performed on stage prior to concerts at Boettcher Concert Hall.

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