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“With Trembling Fingers” Colorado Symphony Musicians Recall 9/11 Performance 20 Years Later

CPR Classical

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Where were you on 9/11/2001? Many of us have vivid memories of where we were when we watched the tragedy unfold. Cellist Yo-Yo Ma was in Denver on 9/11, getting ready for a concert later in the week with the Colorado Symphony. Hear from Colorado Symphony musicians about their experience performing with Mr. Ma the week of that tragic event, 20 years ago.  

Colorado Symphony leader announces his retirement

Colorado Politics

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Jerome H. “Jerry” Kern, whose leadership of the Colorado Symphony spans some two decades, today announced his retirement as chief executive officer and chairman of the board. “This is the perfect moment for my retirement because I’m leaving the symphony in the strongest financial position it has ever achieved,” Kern said. “Though I may be stepping down from an active leadership role, you’ll be seeing us at many of the concerts this season and beyond.”

Upcoming Colorado Symphony Season Presents New and Familiar Artists

CPR Classical

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The Colorado Symphony will resume full operation in September with additional concerts just added to its 2021-2022 calendar. Over 90 performances are scheduled at Boettcher Concert Hall, with an artist’s portfolio that includes GRAMMY-winning soloists, virtuosic instrumentals, and megastars familiar to Colorado audiences. The full season was announced August 9 and includes classics, Symphony Pops, Movie at the Symphony, holiday programs and much more.

Denver’s biggest performing arts companies will soon require proof of vaccination, masks

The Denver Post

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Denver’s marquee performing arts companies, including Colorado Ballet, Opera Colorado, Colorado Symphony and Denver Center for the Performing Arts, will require masks and proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test, to enter upcoming shows.

Denver Performing Arts Complex Companies Will Require Masks and Vaccines

Westword

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As the cultural industry wrangles with how to address the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta variant, the resident companies at the Denver Performing Arts Complex — the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Colorado SymphonyOpera Colorado and the Colorado Ballet — have all announced that they will be requiring proof of vaccination for all attendees over the age of eleven, and proof of a negative COVID-19 test for those under twelve taken within 72 hours of the performance. These companies will also require that masks be worn by all audience members over the age of two.

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