April Update

April 2, 2020

As I’ve witnessed the impact of COVID-19 unfold upon our musical community worldwide, I find it most compelling to see musicians band together to support each other, share each other’s uplifting performances, and serve as beacons of happiness and compassion to one another and the world.

As we approach the scheduled opening of the Colorado Music Festival season on June 25th, we hope to have the opportunity to rally our community together in celebration of music and these musicians who have lost so much. As of now, we are working towards the goal of opening the 2020 season as scheduled. We will continue to keep a close eye on updates from local authorities regarding public gatherings and will have a better understanding of the potential impact on concerts and events as we get closer to the summer.

I hope to be able to come together with you this summer in Boulder to celebrate our shared humanity through the power and love of music. But of course, your health and safety as well as the health and safety of our musicians and staff will always come first. Thank you for your continued support.

Peter Oundjian
Music Director

Plan Your Festival Experience

Know Before You Go

Get the basics about getting to the Festival, finding parking, accessibility info, and more.

While You’re Here

Learn more about the on-site experience at Chautauqua Auditorium, including your options for pre-concert dining.

Visiting Boulder

The Festival performs in beautiful Boulder, Colorado — a breathtaking location full of nature, culture, cuisine, art, and more.

Learn About Our Educational Programs

 

Festival Fellows

Meet the Festival Fellows: eight aspiring professional musicians who receive coaching and performance opportunities through the Festival and its guest artists.

Center for Musical Arts

This excellent community music school is also the educational arm of our organization.

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