Red Carpet Rewind: Celebration of the Music of the Academy Awards, Feb. A free preview of the 2017-2018 season will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Single tickets to all concerts go on sale Aug. The orchestra is offering three summer concerts at Boettcher Concert Hall:

“Movie at the Symphony: La La Land in Concert,” July 12 and 14 at 7:30 p.m. 30
Purple Rain: The Music of Prince, Oct. The orchestra will perform with soprano Fleming on Sept. 9, and with cellist Ma on Dec. 26-27
Ravel’s “Bolero,” Nov. 8-9
Too Hot to Handel, Dec. All seating is general admission and a ticket does not guarantee a seat. (The Yo-Yo Ma concert is not included in ticket packages and will only be sold as single tickets.)
But fans don’t need to wait until September for their symphony fix. Flex Passes, which offer six ticket vouchers that guests can use for the best-available seats to any concert in the season, also go on sale March 1, and are redeemable one week before the selected concert. With the Colorado Symphony, May 19

Subscription tickets to the CSO go on sale March 1. “With Brett coming onboard, this is a huge year that deserves huge names,” Anthony Pierce, Colorado Symphony chief artistic officer, said in a press release. Cellist Yo-Yo Ma (Jason Bell, provided by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra) Related Articles

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New Colorado Symphony music director Brett Mitchell is heading up a dazzling lineup in the coming season, which will include appearances by world-class musicians Yo-Yo Ma and Renée Fleming. Tickets for the “La La Land” and “Zelda” performances will go on sale online to the general public on March 3 at 8 a.m., at coloradosymphony.org, by visiting the box office, or by calling 303-623-7876. Tickets to the free preview can be acquired July 7-22 in person at the Boettcher box office. For a full list of concerts, as well as descriptions and ticket information, visit coloradosymphony.org/tickets, or call the box office at 303-623-7876. (Provided by the CSO)
Some of the other concerts scheduled for the 2017-18 season:

Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” Sept. The Colorado Symphony Orchestra, 2017. Admission is free but tickets are required. It won six Academy Awards. “Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses,” is scheduled for June 30 and July 1 at 7:30 p.m., and will bring an updated orchestral adventure to the Boettcher Concert Hall. (Photo by LOCK + LAND, provided by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra)
First the Colorado Symphony showed its ready draw in younger audiences by bringing in a music director until 40; now it’s taking on “La La Land” and a little “Purple Rain” as part of a stellar 2017-18 season. 10. 22-23
Movie at the Symphony: “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” in Concert, Jan. Mitchell officially takes the reins on July 1. 1” with Olga Kern, March 2-4
Video Games Live Returns!, March 9-10
John Denver: A Rocky Mountain High Concert Celebration, March 23
Béla Fleck: Concerto for Banjo and Orchestra No. Programming will also include a revamped concert-plus-talk-through series called “Listen/Hear,” a performance threaded with narratives that takes the audience through the eras of symphonic music from Baroque to contemporary composers, Pierce said. 7
Disney in Concert: Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” Oct. 5” and works by composers Kevin Puts and symphonic-electronics artist Mason Bates. 3, April 13-14
Wagner: “The Ring” Without Words, April 20-22
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Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons,” Jan. 15-17, with Beethoven’s “Symphony No. “Of course, we’re thrilled to welcome such special guests as Yo-Yo Ma, and Renée Fleming,” said Mitchell. 11
Handel’s “Messiah,” Dec. CSO music director Brett Mitchell. 22-24
Queen of Jazz: A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, Sept. 1. 24
Tchaikovsky’s “Piano Concerto No. “La La Land” tells the story of an aspiring actress and a dedicated jazz musician, struggling to make ends meet in Los Angeles. on July 22. “But I’m every bit as excited to showcase my incredible colleagues who make up the Colorado Symphony as we share the stage together all season long.”
The Classics Opening Weekend is Sept. The CSO will perform the score live with a full screening of the film.