Transatlantic Partnership Announcement

Posted on Apr 12, 2017 in News
Transatlantic Partnership Announcement

Denver Philharmonic Orchestra and Munich’s Bayerische Philharmonie Announce International Partnership with Proclamation from Gov. John W. Hickenlooper Groundbreaking partnership will leverage social media, international patron engagement in addition to conductors, musician exchanges DENVER (April 12, 2017) — With a proclamation from Governor Hickenlooper in hand proclaiming the day “Denver and Bavarian Philharmonic Day,” the Denver […]

Denver Philharmonic Gears Up For A 14-City Tour Of China

Posted on May 31, 2016 in News
Denver Philharmonic Gears Up For A 14-City Tour Of China

By Brad Turner, Colorado Public Radio Conductor Lawrence Golan, the music director of the Denver Philharmonic, recently received an unusual offer from a company that owns and manages concert halls in China. They asked him to do a 24-day concert tour of the country. And to bring an orchestra. Golan said yes. Then he had to […]

First stop: Europe — And then off to China!

Posted on Apr 21, 2016 in News
First stop: Europe — And then off to China!

Denver Philharmonic Orchestra Embarks on a 14-city Tour of China in June SCFD Funded Performing Arts Group Goes to China DENVER—One of Denver’s fastest growing Tier III cultural organizations will bring music to China this summer. The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra (DPO) will kick-off a 14-concert/14-city tour of the country on June 17 in Central China’s […]

After 51 years, Denver Philharmonic moves up street to Central Presbyterian

Posted on Feb 28, 2016 in News
After 51 years, Denver Philharmonic moves up street to Central Presbyterian

The orchestra is investing in a new stage — and its future. By Ray Mark Rinaldi Denver Post Fine Arts Critic View this article on The Denver Post The Denver Philharmonic and Central Presbyterian Church share a similar sort of respect as two of Capitol Hill’s most durable, and treasured, institutions. But, in 2016, they […]

9News Checks Out Our Zoo!

Posted on Feb 22, 2016 in News
9News Checks Out Our Zoo!

9News Photojournalist Michael Grady stopped by our pre-concert  Instrument Petting Zoo last night and captured kids (and kids at heart) trying out musical instruments for the first time.   KUSA – The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra’s performance Friday night was more interactive than the audience probably expected.The orchestra performed at the Central Presbyterian Church, but before they went […]

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

Posted on Feb 19, 2016 in Announcements, News
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 […]

Getting It Right

Posted on Nov 21, 2015 in News
Getting It Right

The 10 Colorado arts groups that get it right By Ray Mark Rinaldi Denver Post Fine Arts Critic 11/20/2015 To be a great arts organization you have to produce great art. First. You have to put on the kind of shows that win hearts and change lives, that make people comfortable and then make them […]

October 2 Concert is a “Top 10”

Posted on Sep 8, 2015 in News
October 2 Concert is a “Top 10”

Fall in Colorado classical: Top 10 picks By Ray Mark Rinaldi Denver Post Fine Arts Critic 9/6/2015 Oct 2: Denver Philharmonic, Sibelius’ Symphony No. 5 Everyone’s favorite community orchestra, the  Denver Philharmonic, picks up the season with an appropriate nod to Colorado’s scenery. “Nature’s Realm” has conductor and violinist Lawrence Golan featured on Vivaldi’s “Autumn” and the […]

May 21 Concert is a “Best Bet”

Posted on May 15, 2015 in News
May 21 Concert is a “Best Bet”

Best Bets: Denver Phil, and some really cool cars Classical Gershwin, Adams and cool cars. Thursday the Denver Philharmonic wraps up its 67th season with a high-energy outing that’s part concert, part community party. The musical side features John Adams’ “Short Ride in a Fast Machine,” George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and Sergei Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5. […]

Scene3 Reviews “Reformations”

Posted on Apr 12, 2015 in Features, News
Scene3 Reviews “Reformations”

A jazzy, spirited night with the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra A review by Ruth L. Carver The Scen3 The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra is settling into its role as the alternative orchestra in town – and a program on April 3 entitled “Reformations” confirmed why. In addition to its popular #dpotweets live Twitter feed, the DPO is […]