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DCPA – Boettcher Concert Hall


address  1000 14th St., #15
 Denver, CO  80202
neighborhood Downtown Denver
phone (303) 623-7876
parking Garage
www.coloradosymphony.org

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Drums of the World

World
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 • Sun 12/1/19 at 2:30pm 

Celtic Woman: The Best Of Christmas Tour

Irish/Celtic, Holiday Music, Orchestral
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 • Sun 12/8/19 at 5pm 

Holiday Brass

Holiday Music
Holiday Brass is our festive tradition featuring the best of brass! Witness the brilliance and power of the Colorado Symphony brass in a resounding program of seasonal ballads, carols, and more. Whether it comes from the vitality of the Renaissance, the glory of the Baroque, or the nostalgic jubilation in the music of Hollywood’s most popular Christmas movies, Holiday Brass will end your 2019 on a high note.
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 • Sun 12/22/19 at 1pm 

Olga Kern, Pianist

Classical
Russian virtuoso Olga Kern is one of the industry's most talked-about new artists. The recipient of the 2001 Van Cliburn gold medal, she is the first woman to receive the honor since 1969. Since winning the first Rachmaninoff International Piano Competition when she was 17, Ms. Kern has performed as recitalist in many of the world's most esteemed venues.
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 • Sat 1/11/20 at 7:30pm 

Mandolin Orange w/the Colorado Symphony Orchestra

Pop, Orchestral
For their symphony orchestra debut, Mandolin Orange joins your Colorado Symphony for an evening of music that will revive the soul this January 2020. Mandolin Orange’s music radiates a mysterious warmth — with songs feeling like whispered secrets, and for this one night only performance, showcase an entire orchestra beside them creating a new depth and masterful layering unheard before. The North Carolina duo, singer-songwriter Andrew Marlin and multi-instrumentalist Emily Frantz, have honed this lamp glow intimacy for years and are thrilled to bring this special evening to life.
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 • Fri 1/17/20 at 7:30pm 

Colorado Symphony Orchestra: A Tribute to Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops

Classical, Orchestral
The Colorado Symphony celebrates the tradition of the Boston Pops with an exciting and accessible mix of light classics and popular hits made famous by the incomparable Arthur Fiedler. This festive tribute features Colorado Symphony Principal Tuba Stephen Dombrowski and Principal Contrabassoon Roger Soren performing works that will showcase the virtuosity of our great Colorado Symphony musicians!
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 • Sat 1/18/20 at 7:30pm 

Colorado Symphony Orchestra: Gilbert & Sullivan: The Pirates of Penzance

Operetta, Broadway, Orchestral
Join the band of swashbuckling buccaneers, bumbling British bobbies, frolicsome Victorian maidens, and the delightfully dotty “model of a modern Major-General” for a rollicking romp over the rocky coast of Cornwall. This exuberant musical theater masterpiece, directed and conducted by Albert Bergeret, is performed in its original format by the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players with your Colorado Symphony! The rich sounds of orchestra, Colorado Symphony Chorus, and vocal soloists resonate with classic elegance and power while the company’s vibrancy, energy, and contemporary sense of humor keep the show alive and exciting to a modern audience. The Pirates of Penzance - they’ll steal your heart away!
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 • Sat 2/1/20 at 7:30pm 

Colorado Symphony Orchestra: Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2 featuring Ingrid Fliter

Classical
After leading lauded performances of our All-Beethoven program in 2014 and Mozart’s Requiem in 2017, Jun Märkl returns to Boettcher Concert Hall to conduct your Colorado Symphony in a performance featuring works by a duo of French composers and a Polish composer who spent much of his adult life in France. Ingrid Fliter — a pre-eminent enterpreter of Chopin — lends her expertise to his Second Piano Concerto. Debussy’s La Mer is a work of marvelous imagination as he captures the essence and mood of the Mediterranean Sea, a place he visited frequently during his childhood. Ravel’s La Valse caps the program with a glittering homage to the Viennese Waltz, as it is both glorified and deconstructed in a melodic strain of rhythmic fluidity — a fittingly romantic end to a program brimming with European style.
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 • Sat 2/8/20 at 7:30pm 

Cynthia Erivo

Cabaret, Broadway, Pop, R&B/Soul
Cynthia Erivo rose to fame with her star-making performance as Celie in the hit Broadway revival of The Color Purple, earning Tony, Grammy and Emmy Awards all in the same year! Backed by a five-piece band, Erivo will sing Broadway and pop songs from shows and artists including The Color Purple, The Wiz, Annie Lennox, Etta James, The Beatles, Aerosmith, Aretha Franklin, Ariana Grande and more! A new name to many at the time of her debut in The Color Purple, the Nigerian-British actor and singer quickly caught the attention of Broadway fans, critics and celebrities alike. Oprah Winfrey, Anna Wintour, and Diane Von Furstenburg are just a few of those who sing Erivo’s praises, with Oprah calling Erivo’s performance as Celie “transcendent.” Erivo performed alongside John Legend at the 2017 Grammy Awards and performed at The 39th annual Kennedy Center Honors for an audience including President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
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 • Sat 2/15/20 at 7:30pm 

Colorado Symphony: Marin Alsop Conducts

Classical
Marin Alsop, the famed Conductor Laureate and former Music Director for your Colorado Symphony, returns leading a riveting program of illustrious works. Copland’s signature American sound is on full display in this beautiful suite from the ballet Appalachian Spring, while Barber’s Second Essay exhibits exhilarating power throughout. Prokofiev’s Suite from Romeo and Juliet provides a stirring conclusion to Maestra Alsop’s return.
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 • Fri 3/20/20 at 7:30pm 
 • Sat 3/21/20 at 7:30pm 
 • Sun 3/22/20 at 1pm 

Colorado Symphony: A Symphonic Exploration

Classical
The Colorado Symphony presents its debut collaboration with Denver’s Clyfford Still Museum. Music Director Brett Mitchell guides you through a program of contemporary works and premieres a specially commissioned piece on this evening’s program. Powerful and awesome – massive areas of color – jagged, flame-like shapes – strange shadows, echoes: these are our experiences of paintings by Clyfford Still. How would this vision sound if it became music? James Clarke’s new work for the Colorado Symphony is a ‘kindred spirit’ with Clyfford Still’s art – a meeting of minds as two art forms explode together.
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 • Fri 3/27/20 at 7:30pm 

Colorado Symphony Orchestra: Holst's the Planets

Classical
Holst’s mystical masterpiece — The Planets — offers a spellbinding portrayal of Earth’s celestial neighbors. From the ominous, fierce, and remorseless Mars to the majestic and poignant beauty of Saturn, Holst draws on their astrological traits, personifying each planet based on their mythological character to create seven unique scores that are both timeless and otherworldly. Your Colorado Symphony welcomes back former Music Director Andrew Litton with an opening of Walton’s Crown Imperial — originally composed for the coronation of King George VI — while Denver favorite Natasha Paremski lends her trademark flair to Prokofiev’s romantic Second Piano Concerto, rounding out an evening of ethereal masterworks.
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 • Fri 4/17/20 at 7:30pm 
 • Sat 4/18/20 at 7:30pm 
 • Sun 4/19/20 at 1pm 








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