Colorado Symphony Partners With Denver Botanic Gardens For Socially Distanced Performance Of "Amazing Grace"

Using alphorns, Colorado Symphony musicians perform duet of "Amazing Grace" on Make Music Day, celebrating the recent reopening of Denver Botanic Gardens

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The Colorado Symphony has partnered with Denver Botanic Gardens for a socially distanced alphorn duet of “Amazing Grace” featuring Colorado Symphony Principal Horn Michael Thornton and Matthew Eckenhoff in commemoration of Make Music Day. The performance took place in the Gardens' picturesque Mordecai Children's Garden, that remains closed to the public. The main gardens recently reopened after an extended closure as Colorado dealt with restrictions following the outbreak of COVID-19. 

Colorado Symphony Reschedules July 2020 Performances of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows™ Part 2 In Concert for Summer 2021

Tickets for the originally scheduled 2020 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 shows will be honored for 2021 reschedule dates

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As the presenters of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows™ Part 2 in Concert at Boettcher Concert Hall, the Colorado Symphony Association is committed to the safety and peace of mind of all audiences, orchestra members, and venue staff.  As such, in line with the latest mandates from the State of Colorado and City and County of Denver, we regrettably must reschedule the three performances of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows™ Part 2 in Concert at Boettcher Concert Hall scheduled to take place July 17-19, 2020. These performances will be rescheduled for  Friday, July 16, 2021, Saturday, July 17, 2021, and Sunday, July 18, 2021.

Colorado Symphony Extends Postponement Timeframe For Performances Through May 31, 2020

On account credit available for all concerts through December 31, 2020

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The Colorado Symphony Association regretfully announces the postponement of remaining 2019/20 Season concerts and events through May 31, 2020, in an effort to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. All ticketholders will be notified directly of the postponement via email and offered a variety of options concerning their tickets. These postponements align with the City and County of Denver in compliance with the revised CDC guidelines that promote social distancing for the foreseeable future. There is still no confirmed date for when and how we may resume operations as an institution; however, the musicians and staff are working diligently to identify creative solutions to keep our audiences and community engaged.

Colorado Symphony Announces MusiCurious Instrument Interview Series

Get to know the instruments and musicians of the Colorado Symphony from the comfort of home

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Watch & Learn! Expanding on our weekly Virtual Music Hour, the Colorado Symphony invites families to #PlayOn with the MusiCurious Instrument Interview Series. Specially designed for the young and young at heart, this series explores the wonders of the orchestra through video demonstrations featuring Colorado Symphony musicians that are perfect for audiences of all ages. The MusiCurious Instrument Interview videos will be released bi-weekly and will be available at ColoradoSymphony.org. Stay tuned for updates and subscribe to the Colorado Symphony eNotes for the upcoming Instrument Interview schedule. 

Colorado Symphony Joins #GivingTuesdayNow In Global Day Of Giving And Unity

Visit ColoradoSymphony.org/giving to donate today

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The Colorado Symphony continues to #PlayOn, responding to the unique challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic by providing incredible digital programming like our Virtual Music Hour and special musician videos including the Virtual Ode to Joy. But help is needed to keep the music playing, so the Colorado Symphony is participating in the #GivingTuesdayNow Global Day of Giving and Unity. Visit ColoradoSymphony.org to donate today. 

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