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October 27, 1989: A Magical Night, A New Beginning

McNichols Arena, an unusual setting for a symphony orchestra, was the place selected to present the debut of the new Colorado Symphony Orchestra.

The Colorado Symphony is pleased to announce several exciting developments within the administrative staff.

The Colorado Symphony is pleased to announce several exciting developments within the administrative staff.

El Latir de México Concert: A Unique Celebration of Mexican Independence

The Mexican Cultural Center, the Consulate General of Mexico in Denver, and the Colorado Symphony are thrilled to present El Latir de México.

A Statement from Jerome H. Kern, CEO of the Colorado Symphony on the Future of Boettcher Concert Hall

A Statement from Jerome H. Kern, CEO of the Colorado Symphony on the Future of Boettcher Concert Hall.

Find Romantic Things to Do in Denver

If you are looking for romantic things to do in Denver, you can find just what you are looking for at the symphony.

Best Musical Mix 2014

"Forget the dusty sonatas, stuffy tuxes and holier-than-thou cultural attitude....” 

Pirates & Pigs Ears

The show was an absolute delight; a combination of symphony, ballet, and live theater.

Radio Signal

Jonny Greenwood’s Suite to There Will Be Blood is the centerpiece of this weekend’s Masterworks concerts.

Celebrating 100 Years of Benjamin Britten

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Benjamin Britten’s birth with a performance of one of his most popular works, Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra.

The Couperins: To French Music as the Bachs Were to German

The Couperins were to French music as the Bachs were to German music: for two centuries, one of the most prominent names in the field.