Take a world-renowned conductor and an orchestra recognized the world over and you do get some beautiful music made.
Brandford Marsalis is a name that makes most think of jazz, but this weekend he’ll be showing off his classical chops on the opening weekend of the Colorado Symphony’s new season.
Andrew Litton Litton has spent the past year as the artistic advisor of the symphony, but his new title is giving him greater responsibilites.
The budget cuts at the federal level will be making an impact on the music scene in Colorado.
The Colorado Symphony says that due to federal budget cuts, the U.S. Army Chorus won’t be able to travel to Denver to appear with the orchestra as planned May 18.
You usually don’t think of a symphony season this way, but next year the Colorado Symphony is going full bore for young and exciting, CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody reports.
The holidays are approaching quickly and once they arrive the holiday entertainment will be on its way out.
One of the big holiday traditions in Denver is the Colorado Symphony’s holiday concerts, and this year those concerts include a new face, and some new and exciting programs.
The Colorado Symphony announced a dramatic season of music and entertainment a few weeks ago, and the tickets for shows through the end of the year are now on sale to the general public.
At one point during the Great Recession many people were ready to give up on The Colorado Symphony, but not everyone.