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Colorado Symphony announces its 2024-25 season, featuring Itzhak Perlman, Leslie Odom, Jr. and LeAnn Rimes

March 4, 2024

Colorado Symphony announces its 2024-25 season, featuring Itzhak Perlman, Leslie Odom, Jr. and LeAnn Rimes

Colorado Symphony has announced its programming for the 2024-25 season featuring legendary violinist Itzhak Perlman, Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr. and American singer/songwriter LeAnn Rimes.

Subscription packages for the 2024-25 season go on sale today, March 4. Single tickets for all concerts will be available starting June 10, 2024.

“The Colorado Symphony and I are thrilled to celebrate a new season of spectacular music from a diverse and talented roster of composers, featuring a blend of old and new, all performed by a collection of some of the finest musicians in the world,” said Colorado Symphony’s Principal Conductor Peter Oundjian. “As we look ahead to our 101st season, we’re delighted to present a schedule positively overflowing with extraordinary talent and exciting repertoire that we can’t wait to share with our community.”

In Oundjian’s third season as Principal Conductor, the 2024-25 season will begin with a program featuring featuring Dvořák’s “New World Symphony”, Gershwin’s Concerto in F with superstar pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet, and Berlioz’s Roman Carnival on Classics Opening Weekend, September 13-15.

LeAnn Rimes will perform alongside the Colorado Symphony on September 28featuring some of her biggest hits including “How Do I Live,” “One Way Ticket (Because I Can)” and “I Need You.”

Known for his breakout role as Aaron Burr in the hit musical Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr. will return to Denver on December 7 to perform holiday favorites, including selections from his 2020 Christmas release.

Legendary violinist Itzhak Perlman will join Oundjian and the orchestra for a special one-night-only event featuring Beethoven’s illustrious violin concerto on January 18, 2025.

As part of its programming, the Colorado Symphony will also screen and perform the scores from beloved film classics including Star Wars: The Empire Strikes BackTim Burton’s The Nightmare Before ChristmasHow the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000), Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and How to Train Your Dragon along with a symphonic tribute to comedy icon Mel Brooks.