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Felix Mendelssohn – The Significance of His Life and Work

Felix Mendelssohn composed A Midsummer Night’s Dream starting when he was just 17 years old, but would take 17 years to complete the masterpiece.

VIDEO BLOG: Inside Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection”

Narrated by Marc Shulgold, learn about Mahler's monumental Resurrection Symphony including the explosive "roof-rattling finale."

The Neurotic Genius – Inside Mahler’s Mind

Mahler’s 2nd Symphony score reveals Mahler’s technical precision; harmonically, rhythmically, voicing, and instrumentation.

VIDEO BLOG: Inside Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition with Marc Shulgold

Narrated by Marc Shulgold, take a look inside Mussorgsky's Pictures At An Exhibition, and see for yourself what inspired this magnificent work of art!

A Dayful of Gershwin

Andrew Litton will certainly have his hands full when he walks onstage for an all-Gershwin matinee in Boettcher Concert Hall on Sunday.

Colorado Symphony Raffle – Your Chance To Win a Car While Supporting Your Symphony

The Colorado Symphony Association is bringing back the Colorado Symphony Raffle starting Nov. 24.

The Man of Many Passions – Meet Violinist Philippe Quint

Meet Philippe Quint, Russian-born violinist making his debut with the Colorado Symphony on Nov. 20-21 performing in the Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique concert.

New Colorado Symphony Copland Recording Applauded by Music Web International

Your Colorado Symphony and Music Director Andrew Litton are proud to announce that Copland – Billy the Kid & Rodeo received its first major critical acclaim. 

Musician Spotlight: 47 Strings of Courtney Hershey Bress

47 strings, 7 pedals, 6 feet tall, and weighing in at around 85 pounds — the harp is one of the most intricate instruments in the orchestra.

Colorado Symphony Announces 2015/16 Season

The Colorado Symphony is thrilled to announce programming for the 2015/16 Season, which opens Friday, September 18, 2015, at Boettcher Concert Hall.