He's ready to hang up his top hat and retire from his long-standing annual role in "A Christmas Carol."
Thanks to a federal grant, the orchestra will premiere a new piece by composer and outdoors enthusiast Stephen Lias in 2017.
Seifert will bid farewell at the end of the 2015-2016 season, and says he looks forward to some “down time.”
Tara Rynder's "You & Me," which returns to Denver this weekend, is an interactive evening of dance, live music, poetry, visual art and food.
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- Designers say the amphitheater's shape is supposed to look like a ribbon growing from the ground, connecting the Earth and the sky.Read more
- The Stompin' Ground Games will be at Ruby Hill Park on Saturday at 3 p.m., bringing poetry, music and discussion.Read more
- Through food, dance, storytelling, music and visual arts, the two-day event is a celebration of American Indian culture.Read More
Litton will serve as the Colorado Symphony's artistic adviser and principal guest conductor starting next season to make more time for his role as New York City Ballet music director.