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 […]

A Review of Our Concert Tweeting Initiative

Posted on May 13, 2014 in Features, Press
A Review of Our Concert Tweeting Initiative

MajoringInMusic.com review: The Curious Case of Tweeting at a Classical Concert I experienced my first “tweets encouraged” classical concert recently, compliments of the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra. Tweeting at concerts is common in other genres, but classical has been relatively recent to the party. In an attempt to become more interactive with concert-goers, some orchestras around the […]

The Denver Post Previews “Formations”

Posted on Apr 5, 2014 in Press
The Denver Post Previews “Formations”

Denver Philharmonic and Colorado Wind Ensemble Bring Rare Commissions By Ray Mark Rinaldi, The Denver Post Denver Post Fine Arts Critic Community music ensembles rarely get the chance to commission new classical works. Hiring a composer to write a score costs money and time, two resources small groups always lack. But ordering up customized pieces […]

“A New Generation of Concert-goers”

Posted on Mar 21, 2014 in Features, Press
“A New Generation of Concert-goers”

Denver Phil Enjoys Life at the Mountain Top A concert preview by Marc Shulgold, the scen3  The Denver Philharmonic is barely two-thirds through the current season, but things are looking pretty good. In fact, very good, reports first-year music director Lawrence Golan. “We already broke the record for season attendance,” he says. “All but one concert (in […]

“Young Love” Featured in Asian Avenue Magazine

Posted on Mar 5, 2014 in Press
“Young Love” Featured in Asian Avenue Magazine

Chinese Legend Makes its Denver Premiere During Lovers’ Concerto By Brenda Velasquez, Asian Avenue Magazine The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra celebrated this year’s Valentine’s Day with an intimate evening of music, drawing from three of the most famous tales of courtship revolving around the theme of young love. The concerto featured the Denver debut of The […]

Review: “I don’t think that I have ever heard the DPO perform so well”

Posted on Feb 20, 2014 in Press
Review: “I don’t think that I have ever heard the DPO perform so well”

Linda Wang and Denver Philharmonic Orchestra: Valentine’s Day concert By Robin McNeil, Scen3 Performing to a packed house, the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Lawrence Golan, performed its fourth concert of the season, which was entitled Young Love, in celebration of Valentine’s Day. The works performed were the Sleeping Beauty Suite from Tchaikovsky’s famous ballet; The […]

Battle of The Batons Video Mashup!

Posted on Jan 30, 2014 in Announcements, Features, Press
Battle of The Batons Video Mashup!

Denver and Seattle Philharmonic Orchestras Connect for Super Bow Championship Denver/Seattle – January 30, 2014 – The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra (DPO) has teamed up with the Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra (SPO) to create the music video mashup, “Battle of the Batons: Super Bow I.”

Denver Post Recommends DPO

Posted on Nov 22, 2013 in Press
Denver Post Recommends DPO

Family-Friendly Classical for the Holiday Season By Ray Mark Rinaldi, The Denver Post The Colorado Symphony Orchestra offers swell holiday sounds, including its “Messiah” (Dec. 13-15). But families will be at home at the Denver Philharmonic’s “Noels & New Year,” where the lineup is shorter and friendlier to limited attention spans. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20, KPOF Hall, 1340 Sherman St., […]

Golden Anniversary for a Golden Musician

Posted on Nov 7, 2013 in Press
Golden Anniversary for a Golden Musician

Violinist celebrates 50 years in Denver Philharmonic Orchestra November 11, 2013 By Joe VaccarelliYourHub Reporter The names have changed, but the songs mostly remain the same for Pauline Dallenbach. The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, a volunteer orchestra, has changed its name three times over the past 50 years, but the one constant through it all has […]

Tweet Your Heart Out

Posted on Oct 22, 2013 in Press
Tweet Your Heart Out

Classical Music, Meet the 21st Century Do you tweet? So do we!