Colorado Symphony is Looking for New Composers to Create Music For Ballet Collaboration With Wonderbound

303 Magazine

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The Colorado Symphony has teamed up with Wonderbound, a contemporary ballet company, to host an international competition in which one original composition will be picked for a performance held next year. The compositions that win the competition will be the soundtrack to two live dance performances premiering in Denver. The Colorado Symphony has been collaborating regularly with Wonderbound for about five years. The idea for the competition sprouted from discussions on trying something new for the upcoming performance season.

Colorado Symphony adds 10 more shows to Red Rocks schedule

The Denver Post

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Following its first, sold-out experiment in socially distanced concerts at Red Rocks last week, Colorado Symphony has announced another 10 shows in its Red Rocks Amphitheatre acoustic series. Limited to 175 audience members at the 9,450-capacity venue, the shows take advantage of Red Rocks’ open-air beauty and acoustically tuned environs to present unamplified sets from the stage. They also represent the first proper concerts performed at the world-famous venue in the 2020 summer season.

Colorado Symphony Announces Ten More Summer Red Rocks Concerts

Westword

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Last week, the Colorado Symphony debuted the first five concerts of its Acoustic on the Rocks series at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, all of which sold out. This month, the orchestra will continue its run of shows in the series with the Colorado Symphony Strings Encore and a new set of performances with the Colorado Symphony Brass and Percussion Ensembles. Resident conductor Christopher Dragon heads up each performance. To purchase tickets for the Acoustic on the Rocks Encore, please click here. For tickets to Acoustic on the Rocks - Brass & Percussion, please click here.

Colorado Symphony Holding 5 Red Rocks Shows With Pandemic Precautions

CBS 4

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Red Rocks Amphitheater will hold its first shows since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The five-night concert series, called “Acoustic on the Rocks,” is being performed by the Colorado Symphony. The sold-out, acoustic-only performances will be from July 29 to Aug. 2. Organizers say they will look much different than what concert goers are used to, due to a cap in ticket sales and COVID-19 safety precautions. “We really want to show people that this can be done safely and everyone can be comfortable,” said Anthony Pierce, Chief Artistic Officer with the symphony. “We feel it’s a milestone. The orchestra hasn’t been together in any capacity since early March.”

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