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GIVE WHERE YOU LIVE ON DEC 6

Colorado’s largest, one-day, online giving event is December 6 and we need your support! We believe so greatly in our mission that 100% of our staff and musicians donate every season for Colorado Gives Day.
Your support helps us continue to bring extraordinary musical experiences to the people of Colorado, particularly MusiCurious youth programming which includes: Very Young Composers, numerous Youth Concerts and more!

PRE-SALE BEGINS TODAY!

Use promo code RENEE17 to unlock pre-sale tickets to Renée Fleming with the Colorado Symphony right now!

General public on-sale is 12/1/16.

RENÉE FLEMING WITH THE COLORADO SYMPHONY

Boettcher Concert Hall

SEP 9

One of the most beloved and celebrated musical ambassadors of our time, soprano Renée Fleming will captivate you with her sumptuous voice, consummate artistry, and compelling stage presence. Known as “the people’s diva” and winner of the 2013 Grammy Award for Best Classical Vocal Solo, she continues to grace the world’s greatest opera stages and concert halls. At a White House ceremony in 2013, the President awarded her the National Medal of Arts, America's highest honor for an individual artist. Join your Colorado Symphony and soprano Renée Fleming as we celebrate the appointment of Brett Mitchell as the new Music Director for your Colorado Symphony!
Use Promo Code RENEE17

SUPPORT OUR FOOD DRIVE!

We're teaming up with Volunteers of America Colorado Branch and Elephant Revival for a FOOD DRIVE! Bring non-perishables to Boettcher Concert Hall* now through Saturday, November 26—leading up to Elephant Revival with the Colorado Symphony—to share in this season of giving. 

*Please Note: The Boettcher Concert Hall box office will be closed on Thanksgiving.


FEATURED UPCOMING EVENTS

THIS SATURDAY: ELEPHANT REVIVAL WITH THE COLORADO SYMPHONY

Boettcher Concert Hall

NOV 26

NPR describes Elephant Revival as a group that “pulls together so many elements of American music that summing up its sound in just a few words is bound to prove inadequate.” Although not bound to any one genre, the band maintains its roots in American, gypsy, and Celtic songcraft, and has achieved a compositional maturity that.... more >>>

THIS SUNDAY: DRUMS OF THE WORLD

Boettcher Concert Hall

NOV 27

This popular annual family concert takes attendees on a musical trip around the globe. Drums of the World features your very own Colorado Symphony Percussionists playing rhythmic instruments new and old—it’ll be everything but the kitchen sink... more >>>

AVALANCHE NIGHT FOR THE SYMPHONY

Every ticket purchased is an entry for a chance to win a ride on the Zamboni!

Pepsi Center

DEC 1

Chill out with your Colorado Symphony at the Colorado Avalanche vs Columbus Blue Jackets game next month at the Pepsi Center. The Colorado Avalanche will donate $5 of every ticket sold to the Symphony!

ALL BEETHOVEN FEATURING SYMPHONY NO. 7

Boettcher Concert Hall

DEC 2-4

This season's annual weekend of all-Beethoven features world-renowned British pianist Stephen Hough performing Piano Concerto No. 3. Conducted by David Danzmayr, the show begins with the 1807 composition that opened Heinrich Joseph von Collin's tragedy Coriolan, and ends with Symphony No. 7, a fitting... more >>>

A COLORADO CHRISTMAS

NOW INCLUDING HIGHLIGHTS FROM TOO HOT TO HANDEL!

Boettcher Concert Hall

DEC 9-11

The warm sounds of the holidays fill Boettcher Concert Hall with your favorite songs this December. Featuring traditional Christmas carols and a chance to sing along, and the opportunity to meet both Santa and Mrs. Claus! Plus, we'll be performing classics including highlights from our popular production of Too Hot to Handel... more >>>

HANDEL'S MESSIAH SING-ALONG

Boettcher Concert Hall

DEC 18

On this special Sunday, join us for the return of the Messiah Sing-Along! It’s finally your chance to sing-along with the renowned Colorado Symphony Chorus in Handel’s glorious masterpiece and truly be a part of the holiday spirit. Or, sit back and listen on December 16 & 17 as we perform our traditional presentation of Handel's Messiah... more >>>