I am a cellist with the Boulder Symphony Orchestra and I would like to invite you to join us for our upcoming concerts. Go to http://bouldersymphony.org/ to learn more and purchase tickets.
PASSIONATE COLLISIONS Saturday, September 20th at 7:00pm
Toku Kawata - Piano
Sibelius’s First Symphony along with Russian great, Sergei Rachmaninoff’s most beloved piano concert, featuring CU’s Toku Kawata making his symphonic debut in Boulder.
Program: Symphony #1 by Jean Sibelius Piano Concerto #2 by Sergei Rachmaninoff What Trees May Speak (World Premiere) by Jonathan Sokol
THE CURIOUS CASE OF THE MYSTERIOUS MAESTRO Saturday, October 25th at 2:00pm
Join us for our annual Halloween Family Concert, solve the mystery, enter into a Costume Contest (winner conducts the orchestra) and Trick-or-Treat Boulder-style. Also engage in an Instrumental Petting Zoo.
Program: Enigma Variations by Edward Elgar Coriolan Overture by Ludwig Van Beethoven
Devon Howard, Organ
English composer Edward Elgar took the solution to his mysterious Enigma to his grave. Solve the code along with the Boulder Symphony; we’re also joined by organist Devon Howard.
Program: Enigma Variations by Edward Elgar Coriolan Overture by Ludwig Van Beethoven Prelude and Fugue in G Minor by Johannes Brahms
The Fourth Symphony is one of Beethoven’s happiest and freshest works composed at time when the composer was at one of the darkest places in his life. A testament of music’s power to soothe the soul.
Program: Symphony No. 4 by Ludwig Van Beethoven
Are you looking for something fun and musical to do this coming Sunday? Come to the Batte Fine Arts Center at Wingate University for a great concert featuring the music of Beethoven, featuring Sara Saba on the piano. The concert begins at 4:00pm with pre-concert lecture by Mekel Rogers beginning at 3:15. And don't miss our Vivace Strings performance before the lecture at 2:45. Admission is $15 and includes a reception to follow.