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2024/25 Season Performances

All concerts are on sale now, including discounted tickets like student tickets and subscription packages.

Journey with us into our second century as we take a trip through magnificent symphonic works that you’ve come to know and love, reach new heights with elevated guest artists, and explore additional terrains with innovative and diverse programming.

Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2 with Simon Trpceski

Experience an unforgettable evening as the Colorado Symphony and Principal Conductor Peter Oundjian showcase iconic works by Rachmaninoff and Mahler.

Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony with Christopher Dragon

With Time for Three in town and ever-energetic Resident Conductor Christopher Dragon at the helm, this is Classical at its most current.

Mozart & Now with Peter Oundjian

Mozart & Now reimagines the traditional concert weekend experience by contrasting the music of Mozart alongside contemporary works.

Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 featuring Yeol Eum Son

Scintillating Conductor Jonathon Heyward of the Baltimore Symphony is joined by featured soloist Yeol Eum Son for Mozart’s revered Piano Concerto No. 20.

Bruckner Symphony No. 8 with Peter Oundjian

Experience a special one-night-only event celebrating Bruckner’s transcendent Eighth Symphony conducted by Peter Oundjian.

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5

Join important American conductor Robert Spano in a revival of Tchaikovsky’s unforgettable Fifth Symphony.

Beethoven's Sixth Symphony "Pastorale"

Dreams of spring are in the air as your Colorado Symphony welcomes guest conductor Kristiina Poska to the podium, breathing new life into Beethoven’s “Pastorale” Symphony.