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Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone™ In Concert

Relive the film that started it all. Watch the wand choose the wizard, a troll run amok, and magic mirrors in high-definition while the Colorado Symphony performs John Williams’ iconic score.

Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloé

Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé creates a sensuous atmosphere with a lingering explosiveness residing just underneath the surface. Szymanowski’s First Violin Concerto will shine in the hands of Concertmaster Yumi Hwang-Williams.

Gilbert & Sullivan’s H.M.S. Pinafore

Where fun and frivolity join in a harmonious evening with Gilbert and Sullivan’s first operetta, HMS Pinafore. “I’m Called Little Buttercup,” “I am the Monarch of the Sea,” “Never Mind the Why and Wherefore,” and many other tuneful songs will warm your heart in an evening full of fun for the whole family!

Mozart & Now with Peter Oundjian

Mozart & Now reimagines the traditional concert weekend experience with three unique performances contrasting the music of Mozart with four of today’s brightest composers. Join us for your favorite, or better yet, attend all three!

Beethoven Symphony No. 8

Beethoven’s Eighth is the most cheery, joyful, and experimental of his symphonies that will shine under the baton of Resident Conductor Christopher Dragon. Celebrate the Colorado Symphony Horns as they take center stage on Schumann’s Konzertstück for 4 Horns and Orchestra, while Haydn's "Farewell" caps a uniquely imaginative performance.

Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto

Pianist Stewart Goodyear takes center stage for Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto — featuring a striking opening movement, a glorious finale, and virtuosic style throughout that makes it one of the composer’s best. Prokofiev’s Fifth Symphony offers a brilliant conclusion to a performance of energizing masterworks.

Bartók Concerto for Orchestra

Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo’s classical guitar concerto Concierto de Aranjuez fills the concert hall with the immortal sounds and traditions of Spanish romanticism. Anna Clyne’s This Midnight Hour is mysterious and foreboding while Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra combines elements of Western art music and Hungarian folk songs.

Brahms Requiem with Peter Oundjian

Unlike other Requiem Masses, Brahms’ A German Requiem is not primarily a Mass for the dead. Instead, it is intended as comfort and solace for those left behind as they mourn the death of others, confronting life as much as it does death. Maurice Ravel's Shéhérazade drips with color evoking images of the far east.