"76 Trombones", 20 local cast, 2 chances to see The Music Man in Concert live with your Colorado Symphony! Christopher Dragon conducts your Colorado Symphony in his 2015/16 Season debut at Boettcher Concert Hall.
When the reauthorization vote for the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) takes place next year, it will have been 28 years since metro-area voters had the foresight to create this crucial entity.
SCFD has been a tremendous boon to the arts across the region. We have nothing but admiration for those who were present at the creation and those who have shepherded the district over these decades.
This weekend Scott O’Neil conducts his final Masterworks Program with the Colorado Symphony. After nine years in a role that some only endure for a few, O’Neil is leaving the position of resident conductor -- a job that’s kept him occupied far more than his time on the podium in front of audiences might have you believe.
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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