Denver Philharmonic Announces “Powerhouse” 2016–17 Lineup

Posted on Jun 21, 2016 in Announcements, Upcoming Concerts
Denver Philharmonic Announces “Powerhouse” 2016–17 Lineup

69th Season to include local and international talent

Announcing LOTR Costume Contest!

Posted on Mar 28, 2016 in Announcements
Announcing LOTR Costume Contest!

Dig out your elf ears and wizard robes — we’re excited to announce our Lord of the Rings costume contest at The One Ring on April 8! Best adult costume wins two season tickets to our 2016–17 Season and best kid’s costume wins a Tattered Cover book store gift certificate. Our student intern Jordan first read […]

Denver Philharmonic Orchestra to Build a New Stage Inside Central Presbyterian Church

Posted on Feb 19, 2016 in Announcements, Press
Denver Philharmonic Orchestra to Build a New Stage Inside Central Presbyterian Church

The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra (“DPO”) is pleased to announce it has reached agreement with Central Presbyterian Church (“CPC”) to build a large stage in the chancel area of the church. Construction of this custom performance space located at 1660 Sherman Street in downtown Denver will begin this summer. The grand opening of the Antonia Brico […]

Annual Chamber Recital

Posted on Feb 11, 2015 in Announcements
Annual Chamber Recital

February 21, 2015 Chamber Music Recital Mark your calendars! Our annual fundraiser Chamber Recital is on Saturday, February 21. Join us for an intimate evening of chamber music at Cameron Church in Denver’s historic old South Pearl district. Small groups of our musicians and friends of the DPO will play a variety of chamber music […]

Why do you love the DPO?

Posted on Dec 4, 2014 in Announcements
Why do you love the DPO?

At the end of our 2013–14 Season, we set up an audience survey to hear what people were saying about attending our concerts. Here are just a few responses to the question ‘What’s your favorite thing about the DPO?’ “I love exposing my children to the music DPO plays. We get excited about the themed concerts […]

DPO Opens Christkindl Market

Posted on Nov 20, 2014 in Announcements
DPO Opens Christkindl Market

For the second year in a row, members of the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra will perform during the Grand Opening Ceremonies of the Christkindl Market, taking place this Saturday November 22, 2014. DPO musicians will be the featured entertainment in the food and beverage tent from 5:30-6:30pm. Christkindl Market market runs for 33 days at Skyline Park, 16th Street and […]

The Sixty-Seventh Season

The Sixty-Seventh Season

Dear Friends, After a joyous and record-breaking first season with the Denver Philharmonic, I can’t wait to welcome you to our 2014–15 Season, From Revolutions to Reformations. It’s a diverse season packed with a wide variety of works from around the world and across centuries.

2013–14 Audience Up 65%!

Posted on Jun 10, 2014 in Announcements
2013–14 Audience Up 65%!

Denver – June 10, 2014 – The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra (“DPO”) saw a 65% increase in audience size during its 2013–14 concert season, compared to its recording-breaking 2012–13 Season. The DPO, which presents six concerts per year, experienced multiple standing-room-only concerts and averaged more than 760 patrons per performance. Along with this surge in audience size, the DPO continued its tradition […]

Our 2014–15 Season is Coming

Posted on Jun 8, 2014 in Announcements, Upcoming Concerts
Our 2014–15 Season is Coming

Our sixty-sixth season came to an explosive finale on May 22 with New Frontiers. Thanks to you, this has been our most successful season in the history of the orchestra. And, with the close of one season, we start to plan the next. Season tickets to our 2014–15 season will be on sale soon! Don’t […]

Westword names “New Frontiers” a top pick!

Posted on May 20, 2014 in Announcements, Press
Westword names “New Frontiers” a top pick!

Westword preview: “New Frontiers at KPOF Hall: Thursday, May 22” Space is the place for the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra’s interactive season finale, New Frontiers, which will explore the final frontier through a series of intergalactic-themed pieces tonight. The first stop is the fictional planet Krypton, where a violent percussion piece from Michael Daugherty’s Man of […]