Keep listening to the Colorado Symphony as they host weekly music hours

Thirst Colorado

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While many musicians are struggling to get their music heard during this pandemic, the Colorado Symphony drew perhaps their biggest audience ever last month for the “Digital Ode to Joy.” Millions of people all over the world saw 49 symphony musicians collaborate virtually from their homes to play the Beethoven classic, as the video went viral and was picked up by major national news outlets. As all the professional musicians in the ensemble are well aware, the show must go on. So the symphony also is following up the Beethoven performance with a series of weekly Virtual Music Hour performances. 

Colorado Symphony commits to #PlayOn

Highlands Ranch Herald

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The Colorado Symphony is keeping its work alive through its #PlayOn series, which lets people enjoy different kinds of performances until at least May 11. About three weeks ago the symphony shared a digital version of Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” on YouTube, which quickly gained traction on social media, earning about 500,000 views. Other videos the organization has shared include bassoon excerpts from “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” and horn-players performing The Police’s “Don’t Stand So Close to Me.”

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