Join us on Sunday, October 26 for this special concert, which inaugurates Build a Better Boettcher, a bold campaign to preserve the home of the Colorado Symphony.
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.
The Colorado Symphony Chorus celebrates its 30th anniversary on Saturday with a gala at Boettcher Concert Hall. The concert will feature passages from Verdi’s Requiem and Orff’s “Carmina Burana” as well as music by Mozart, Mendelssohn and Vaughan Williams. The Colorado Symphony Chorus, founded in 1984, has already enjoyed a banner year in 2014.
Friday-Sunday. Pianist Olga Kern was born in Russia and lives in New York, but she's an undeniable Colorado favorite. Kern performs here often, with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, at the music fests in Aspen and Vail. She even headlined a benefit last year at Denver's historic Trinity Presbyterian Church. Locals have good reason to love her — Kern is an expressive player, versatile enough to offer a distinct program every time.
The Mayor's Office today announced an Executive Leadership Team to guide a community input process regarding the future of Boettcher Concert Hall and the entire Denver Performing Arts Complex. Colorado Symphony CEO/Board Co-Chair Jerome H. Kern will represent the orchestra on this prestigious 29-person body.
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!