If you have been active in public events during this pandemic, you have no doubt become accustomed to moving your experiences online to the virtual world. Doing this has meant that many non-essential services like arts and music have been able to continue bringing cultural activities to those that thrive for it. The Colorado Symphony is home to eighty full-time musicians, representing more than a dozen nations, and regularly welcomes the most celebrated artists from the world of symphonic music—and this year you can experience their magic online.
Acoustic Concert Available Now
This year the Colorado Symphony is bringing classical music lovers Vivaldi's The Four Seasons. This virtual concert was recorded live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre earlier this year and can be yours to experience for only $10. Without the constraints of a normal live performance, the Colorado Symphony has been able to fine tune its experience. This performance will include remastered sound and incredible viewing angles. At a normal performance the best seats are on the first row, and with this version everyone will feel that close!
If you've skipped many of the virtual events offered this year, you might want to rethink missing this one. The Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a natural, open-air theatre set against a backdrop of beautiful ochre sandstone formations. This year you can experience the beauty of the theatre and the impeccable acoustics of the Colorado Symphony from the comfort of your own home. Resident Conductor Christopher Dragon guides you through the evening featuring soloists: Yumi Hwang-Williams, Claude Sim, Yi Zhao, and Dmitri Pogorelov.