Denver Style Magazine
The Colorado Symphony has been going through a bit of a rebirth recently. Among their 150 yearly performances, they’ve added events to target a new, much younger crowd. At the helm of this rebirth now is music director Brett Mitchell, who began his tenure in September of 2017. New to Denver, Brett’s led Cleveland, Houston, and Saginaw Bay in Michigan symphonies prior to heading west and landing in Denver. Brett met us at the new FNG to share more about his off-stage persona.
KOA News Radio
KOA Q&A with Ed Green talking with Brett Mitchell of the Colorado Symphony.
Colorado Public Radio
The Colorado Symphony announced its plans for the 2018-19 season today. The lineup features masterworks, a smattering of pops concerts and concerts by legendary violinists Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman.
The Denver Post
Sarah McLachlan, the singer-songwriter (and Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee) capable of making you feel like a wounded dog in the animal shelter of life through the power of her voice. If that’s what your heart needs right now, take note: On July 26, McLachlan will play Red Rocks Amphitheatre backed by The Colorado Symphony. Tickets to the show are 49.50-$129.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. on Feb. 23 via axs.com.
We’re only three months away from the start of Red Rocks season and the venue is still full-speed ahead with announcements.This morning, AEG Presents Rocky Mountains shared the news that Seal will perform with the Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks this summer. Slated for July 15, the show will also feature opening support from Corinne Bailey Rae.