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.
Boulder Symphony’s Annual Fundraiser this year is a celebration of determination, perseverance, and the acknowledgement of the human spirit’s desire to excel—whether in sports, in music, or in life!
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 entitled Kinespheric Exploitation.
Day of Reckoning
SATURDAY, April 8th AT 7 PM
Featuring an exciting show with the infamous Hector Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique, Franz Listz's Totentanz with the local pianist Cody Garrison as featured soloist, and a world premiere by one of our talented new composers-in-residence, Elizabeth Comninellis.
Preview Concert: Marriage of Figaro
Thursday, May 11th, at 7 PM
This concert is the final dress rehearsal for the cast, orchestra, and crew of this year's annual opera, The Marriage of Figaro, by Mozart. The night will include a rehearsal of the score after a full run-through of the production.
Marriage of Figaro
Saturday, May 13th, at 7 PM
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Opera:
The Marriage Of Figaro
A climactic close to the season, Boulder Symphony presents its annual opera production with the exciting and humor-filled Mozart opera favorite.
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