Scott O'Neil is leaving Colorado's flagship orchestra after nine years of service to pursue composing, arranging and guest conducting.
The maestro talks about violinist Gil Shaham and the orchestra's hopes for reinvigorating its home venue.
Andrew Litton, music director of the Colorado Symphony, discusses the orchestra's partnership with Colorado Public Radio.
There’s no denying the acoustical hurdles at Red Rocks, yet three sold out gigs in 2014 have left the Colorado Symphony hungry for more performances there.
As the Colorado Symphony announces its vision for Boettcher Concert Hall, the city of Denver announces a new committee to lead redevelopment efforts at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
Plans call for better acoustics, fewer seats and more flexible seating arrangements.
Andrew Litton, music director of the Colorado Symphony, talks about the power of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9. Recorded Sept. 16, 2014.
'It's sort of a rallying cry: This is going to be a great year for us.'
"Our challenge is maintaining our artistic integrity while we invite new audiences," says Scott O’Neil of the Colorado Symphony.