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Pianist Michelle Cann performs piano concertos by Florence Price and Maurice Ravel at the 2023 Colorado Music Festival on July 20 & 21. Learn about Cann’s work in championing the music of composer Florence Price.
Peter Oundjian & 2023 Composer-in-Residence John Corigliano discuss Corigliano’s composition career, his background, and the music for our July 13 program.
Michael Christie returns to the Festival on July 20 & 21. Read about his career following his tenure as Music Director of the Colorado Music Festival.
Jordan M. Holloway is the composer of 2023’s Flatiron Escapades, which celebrates the Chautauqua Association’s 125th anniversary. In this interview, Holloway discusses composition, Chautauqua Park, and the experience of giving the world premiere of a piece of his music.
Talented conductor Kalena Bovell will lead our 2023 Family Concert, which includes Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, Eric Whitacre’s Goodnight Moon, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s “Danse Nègre,” and a suite from Bizet’s Carmen. Learn more about this concert and Kalena’s approach to conducting.
Denver-based comedian, actor, and entertainer Janae Burris will narrate Peter and the Wolf at the Colorado Music Festival Family Concert on July 2, 2023. Learn why Janae is excited to bring narrate this musical storybook. Colorado Music Festival: Hi, my name is Erica...
The Colorado Music Festival, along with our esteemed colleagues across Boulder, is supporting the campaign to place the Arts, Culture and Heritage Tax measure on the Fall 2023 ballot in the City of Boulder.
In celebration of McAllister’s triumphant return to the Festival, enjoy this 2022 Tiny Rock Concert featuring the saxophone great himself, one of the Festival’s most popular videos of all time.
A unique Festival program spans five decades of composer John Corigliano’s lengthy and still evolving career.
No American composer is more respected than John Corigliano. At age 85, he has become an important bridge to composers of earlier generations and a mentor to younger composers.
The Festival experience goes beyond what occurs on the stage; it includes parking, dining, and so much more. Your feedback throughout the season helps us improve the end-to-end experience for all concert attendees.
Boulder is a welcoming city for families to visit. Its natural beauty, outdoor activities, family-friendly events, and community spirit make it a destination that offers something for everyone in the family to enjoy. Whether you bring your kids, the neighbor's kids,...