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TEAM UP AT THE COLORADO SYMPHONY 5K!

COLORADO SYMPHONY 5K RUN / WALK




Sloan's Lake Park

SEPT 19



CALL FOR TEAMS! The Colorado Symphony 5K Run/Walk is one month away, plenty of time to put together a team of your favorite people (and dogs!). Help support your Colorado Symphony while enjoying beautiful Sloan's Lake Park. Check out these great team incentives and register today!
Title Sponsor: St. Anthony Hospital

- TEAM INCENTIVES -

GOLD
If your team raises $4,000 or more, your team receives all Silver and Bronze benefits plus:

  • Personal team tent on site
  • Personal concierge to provide in-tent check-in and registration for your whole team, allowing you to skip registration lines

SILVER
If your team raises $2,000, your team receives all Bronze benefits plus:

  • Colorado Symphony live recording CD
  • One additional complimentary ticket per person per team

BRONZE
If your team raises $1,000 or more, each team member will receive:

  • An upcycled tote bag
  • One complimentary ticket per person per team to a 2015/16 season concert at Boettcher Concert Hall. Some exclusions apply.

TEAM CAPTAINS
Recruit 5+ people for your team and receive a complimentary race registration!

WANT TO SPONSOR A TEAM?
Contact: Christine Devereaux at cdevereaux@coloradosymphony.org or 303.534.0757

UPCOMING EVENTS

EL LATIR DE MÉXICO:

205th ANNIVERSARY OF THE


INDEPENDENCE OF MEXICO




Boettcher Concert Hall

SEPT 15



The Consulate General of Mexico in Denver, the Mexican Cultural Center and the Colorado Symphony are thrilled to present El Latir de México, a free community concert that commemorates Mexico’s Independence, on Tuesday, September 15, 7:00 p.m., at Boettcher Concert Hall.
ADMISSION IS FREE, BUT TICKETS ARE REQUIRED. Tickets are available beginning August 28, in-person, at the Boettcher Concert Hall Box Office. All seating is general admission and a ticket does not guarantee a seat.
*LA ENTRADA ES GRATUITA, PERO EL CUPO ES LIMITADO Y SE REQUIEREN BOLETOS.




OPENING WEEKEND:

TCHAIKOVSKY PIANO CONCERTO NO.1




Boettcher Concert Hall

SEPT 18-20



Music Director Andrew Litton conducts the Colorado Symphony through an all-Russian slate to start the season with a bang. The weekend also brings Italian-born pianist Alessio Bax to Denver for the first time since the 2010-11 season, with a technique that's a perfect match for Tchaikovsky's bold Piano Concerto No. 1. Shostakovich's triumphant Symphony No. 5 in D minor provides an apt finish that is a work of high art.



MEREDITH WILLSON'S

THE MUSIC MAN
IN CONCERT




Boettcher Concert Hall

SEPT 26-27



The Colorado Symphony's self-produced take on the Meredith Willson classic brings River City, Iowa to Denver for two performances. The timeless story of slick con man Harold Hill wooing Marian the Librarian features such showstoppers as "Ya Got Trouble," "The Wells Fargo Wagon," and the signature "76 Trombones." Hear this classic score the way the composer intended it – with a full symphony orchestra accompanied by an amazing cast of local and national singers and actors.
Featuring Gabriel Preisser as Harold Hill, Sarah Lawrence as Marian Paroo, and the Colorado Symphony Chorus.

MOZART PERFORMED BY MICHAEL THORNTON




Boettcher Concert Hall

OCT 2-3



Colorado Symphony Principal Horn Michael Thornton performs works by two Mozarts: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's well-known Horn Concerto No. 3, then trades his French horn for an eight-foot alphorn for Sinfonia pastorella by Leopold, Wolfgang's father. In his Colorado Symphony debut, former Cleveland Orchestra staff conductor James Feddeck opens with Dvorák's Carnival Overture and rounds out the program with Brahms' lush Symphony No. 4, the last symphonic work of his career.

OCT 2 SOLD OUT!

INSIDE THE SCORE: SYMPHONY 101




Boettcher Concert Hall

OCT 9



Assistant Principal Viola and Director of Education Catherine Beeson hosts an informative and educational evening that meshes musical performances with a behind-the-scenes peek into the symphony world. For this event, the focus is on debunking myths and explaining the orchestra to newbies and veteran Symphony-goers alike. It's the ultimate entry point into the Colorado Symphony experience.

ELGAR "ENIGMA VARIATIONS"




Boettcher Concert Hall

OCT 16-17



This dazzling program showcases Colorado Symphony Principal Harp Courtney Hershey Bress in virtuosic masterpieces from Debussy and Ravel. New York Philharmonic staff conductor Courtney Lewis leads this program culminating in Sir Edward Elgar's Variations on an Original Theme. Popularly known as "Enigma Variations", the piece consists of twenty-four variations that each depict one of Elgar's family members or friends in a musical cryptogram that draws inspiration from lost loves, barking bulldogs, and his toughest critics.

PARTNER MESSAGE

On August 26, Bonnie Brae Wine & Liquor Mart is partnering with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra for the second installment of their Summer Event Series, Wednesday's in the Park with Bonnie Brae Wine & Liquor. Located in the picturesque Washington Park Boathouse, Sake & Sherry will feature exquisite wine, sake, craft beer, live music and wonderfully paired food. Join us for an evening of wonderful wine, food, music and charity. A portion of the proceeds from this event support your Colorado Symphony.

BUY ONE GET ONE Using Promo Code: CSO