Dedicated to making symphonic music more accessible and relevant to people of all ages and backgrounds, Boulder Symphony introduces gifted new composers and musicians, adventurous world premieres, and focuses on educational outreach and interactive programs for youth.  Committed to consistent innovation, the Symphony embraces music's transformative joy of discovery.

Beethoven's Shadow

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22ND AT 7 PM

Featuring the Schubert Unfinished Symphony and the Brahms Double Concerto, with Boulder Symphony's own Principal Cellist Mathieu D'Ordine and Violinist Sarah Off.

Steal This Concert

saturday, october 29th at 1 pM

"Steal This Concert" is about Musical Borrowing and Imitation. 

An annual Halloween extravaganza all ages, the concert presents a play and laboratory for kids & adults costume contests, Trick-Or-Treating,  a musical instrument petting zoo and more!

 

Prague I Love You

saturday, november 19th at 7 pm

Featuring the Mozart Prague Symphony and the Bach Double Violin Concerto.  An all-star team of soloists including talented young Phoenix Avalon and Concertmaster Yin-Feng Keynes Chen on violin and Principal Oboe Ingrid Anderson performing Bill Douglas's Dances.

Clash of Titans

Friday, February 24th at 7 pm

Featuring Felix Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony alongside the sprightly double bass concerto, Divertimento Concertante, by Nino Rota.  The Symphony is honored to host soloist and CU Professor Paul Erhard performing on double bass.  Also introducing new Composer-In-Residence, Sebastian Laskowski, who will be presenting an exciting world premiere.


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