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.
The symphony is trying to update the concert-going experience in an effort to be more inviting to modern-day audiences.
Opera Colorado director Greg Carpenter says the city’s draft plan would heavily impact his organization’s schedule and bottom line.
A proposal to tear down the symphony’s home to make way for an amphitheater sparks heated debate between the city and Colorado’s flagship orchestra.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores a new culinary event at this year’s Dragon Boat Festival and Colorado’s booming creative district efforts.
The City of Denver strikes a deal with the financially beleaguered Colorado Symphony over its rent for the coming year.
Conductor Scott O'Neil of the Colorado Symphony discusses how composers inject ideas and meaning into music in his talk, "Creating Meaning in Music," from TEDxMileHigh: "In life, as in art, if we're ever looking for more meaning, we only need to look more closely at what is already there."