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Denver: Classical Music

Denver, Colorado might be at the heart of the wild, wild West, but that doesn’t mean that it’s unrefined. With some of the most beautiful performance halls in the nation, and more talent in its mile high city limits than a cowboy could corral in his entire lifetime, it’s a fare bet to say that there is likely a classical music performance, of some kind, to be seen every night of the week, 365 days a year. Soloists, trios, quartets, orchestras of brass and strings, choirs of men and women – take your pick. While the tumbleweeds might be tumbling and the rattlesnakes, well, rattling, in Denver, there is never a lack of beautiful classical music to bring a little sophistication to your day. (Dayna Copeland)

Denver Classical Music: Classical Music Around Denver

Below are our Denver Classical Music recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, ensemble/venue history and other points of interest in Denver Art.
 

Augustana Arts

Augustana Arts

Consisting of a consortium of many performing groups that vary from season to season, Augstana Arts has made community outreach its primary focus since its inception in 1997.  In addition to presenting performances by the Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra, Colorado Women’s Chorale, The Augstana Vocal Ensemble, and others, Augustana Arts provides subsided lessons and instruments-on-loan to children in lower-income Denver families through its City Strings program.

The Augustana Institute of Music …more…

Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra

Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra (Boulder, CO)

Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra Information

Public Transportation: Good (a short walk from RTD routes 203, 204, 225, BV, DASH, and SKIP at Broadway Street/Pleasant Street)
Handicapped Accessibility: Good – call in advance to reserve seats and companion seats
Performances/Programs: 12 – 15 concerts presented each season
Ticket Prices: Each performance is priced individually. Discounts include $5 tickets to classical concerts for children K-12 (with a paid adult ticket) and college students with valid ID (rush …more…

Colorado Music Festival

Colorado Music Festival (Boulder, CO)

(June 24 – August 3, 2012) This six-week festival at Chautauqua in Boulder includes several performances by both the Chamber Orchestra and Festival Orchestra, a mini-Violin Festival, and a World Music Series. Guest artists have included string trio Time for Three, soprano Jessica Rivera, fiddler Eileen Ivers, and others. ...more...

CSO

Colorado Symphony Orchestra

A young and emerging orchestra, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra was established in 1989 as the successor to the Denver Symphony. The CSO is the only resident full-time professional symphonic orchestra in Colorado. The orchestra’s musicians are actively involved advising in the management of the orchestra and participate on the Board of Trustees and other committees. ...more...

Kantorei

Kantorei

Having grown into a 52-member choral ensemble, Kantorei’s volunteer corps has been bringing a cappella music to the Denver community since 1997. The professional-caliber group exclusively enlists non-student, experienced choral performers. Kantorei has been recognized by the National American Choral Directors Association on multiple occasions, and has performed at distinguished venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York and St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City, Rome. ...more...

St. Martin's Chamber Choir

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir

Timothy J. Kreuger has served as Artistic Director of St. Martin’s Chamber Choir since he founded the 24-voice group in 1994. As professional propagators of serious music, every member of the ensemble has extensive training in the world of musical academia.

Performing predominantly sacred works a cappella, St. Martin’s boasts a staggering, far-reaching repertoire of over 550 works spanning from medieval music to the present. The choir’s seemingly encyclopedic representation of …more…