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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,...
June 21 marks the summer solstice and the official start of summer. But many of us celebrate the start of summer on Memorial Day or when the kids get out of school. (I like summer to be as long as possible, so I'm in the Memorial Day camp for the unofficial start of...
Situated at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder, Colorado, is a unique place to visit. Its mild climate makes it a standout destination for outdoor recreation activities. While the city's vibrant and progressive culture also creates an inviting home for the...
We’re asking you to join us for Colorado Gives Day. With one gift, you support not only the world-class musicians of today but also the aspiring musicians of tomorrow.
Music Director Peter Oundjian sat down with Principal Oboe Olav van Hezewijk for a fascinating discussion about Olav’s musical education, career path, and much more.
Music Director Peter Oundjian sat down with Colorado Music Festival Principal Trumpet Jeff Work to discuss his career path, a few of his favorite music venues, what it feels like to record music over Zoom, and more.
On July 14, Festival audiences will get a chance to hear Tim McAllister perform City Noir, a symphonic creation that John Adams wrote in 2009, prominently featuring the alto saxophone. It will be conducted by Adams, who is serving as the Festival’s composer-in-residence and co-curator of its Music of Today series.