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Join conductor Marcelo Lehninger, dubbed "formidable," "technically assured," and "emotional," for a night featuring Tchaikovsky's famous Marche Slave and Symphony No. 4. In between, highly-acclaimed violinist Vadim Gluzman takes on Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 2, which opens with hints of Russian folk music but swiftly transitions with Spanish flare... more >>>
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Associate Conductor Christopher Dragon leads the orchestra in the final of three Inside The Score series of concerts focusing this informative performance and discussion on Symphony No. 4, a masterpiece by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. This is an abbreviated, educational presentation of the Fri/Sat Masterworks program: Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4 conducted by Marcelo Lehninger... more >>>
Crowned "The Entertainer" by Mr. Las Vegas/Wayne Newton himself on the E! Network's reality TV series, James Delisco will prove he's more than worthy of that title when he brings his electrifying voice to the music of Michael Jackson. Join conductor Brent Havens and your Colorado Symphony through every era of this storied performer from "ABC," "I'll Be There," and "Got to Be There" through "Beat It," "Thriller," "The Way You Make Me Feel," and... more >>>
Tale as old as time, this fairytale concert brings your family together for an afternoon of magical music that inspires our all-time favorite children's classics. Featuring music from Beauty and the Beast and other wondrous legends that inspire your inner child, this is a must-not-miss program for your little prince, princess, or beast! Costumes encouraged... more >>>
Principal Clarinet Jason Shafer makes his debut as soloist performing Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's beloved Clarinet Concerto—one of Mozart's last works. The program begins with French composer Paul Dukas's dance poem La Péri, and concludes with Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov's inimitable Scheherazade—a musical adaptation of "A Thousand and One Nights"... more >>>
Old meets new with this orchestral triathalon of Austrian-influenced pieces—lead by world-renowned conductor Kevin John Edusei—shedding light on the development of Austrian cultural identity through music. We begin the program with Johann Strauss, whose waltzes are as patriotic to Austrians as John Philip Sousa is to Americans. On the Beautiful Blue Danube is arguably the most famous, not to mention a perfect example of the natural beauty to be celebrating on Earth Day. In contrast, narrator and vocalist Gabriel Preisser will... more >>>
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