Who says chivalry is dead?
Our evening begins with a lively and daring composition by Nancy Galbraith, followed by the fairytale world of Anton Bruckner’s fourth symphony — filled with adventure, gallantry and romance. March 1, Music Director Lawrence Golan conducts Valor.
A Festive Violet Pulse
Symphony No. 4 “Romantic”
Lawrence is acclaimed for his vibrant, inspired performances, imaginative...
Lawrence is acclaimed for his vibrant, inspired performances, imaginative programming and evocative command of different styles and composers. In addition to his position as Music Director of the Denver Philharmonic, he is also Music Director of the York Symphony Orchestra in Pennsylvania, the Yakima Symphony Orchestra in Washington state, and the Lamont Symphony Orchestra & Opera Theatre at the University of Denver.
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We host activities before, during and after each concert. More Than Music events are free to attend for all ticket holders. You can save your concert hall seats by displaying the “Save The Seat” message printed on the back cover of our concert programs.
U-Club Dinner Date 🍷
Enjoy a tasty dinner buffet, glass of wine and coffee or tea at The University Club — directly across the street from the hall. Call 303.861.4267 or email email@example.com to make a reservation, 5:00–6:45pm. Full bar available for purchase. $50/person
Costume Contest 👑
Calling all kings & queens, lords & ladies, khals & khaleesis! Dress up in your best medieval costume for a chance to win prizes.
Students of Primavera Place Prelude 🎶
Relax in our lobby and enjoy a preconcert prelude by the talented young musicians at Primavera Place. Kathleen Spring, Director. 6:15–7:15pm
Wine and Craft Beer 🍻
Clink a glass of wine from Ursula Brewery! Sorry kids, this More than Music event is 21+ only. Starting at 6:15pm; $6.
Complimentary Coffee ☕️
Our friends at Purple Door Coffee will be brewing java for you to enjoy. Starting at 6:15pm.
Pre-concert Chat 💬
Join us in the chapel for a free, informal pre-concert chat about the music you’ll be hearing. What should you listen for? What is the music’s historic and cultural context? Associate Conductor Renee Noel Gilliland will give you insights into the music you’ll be listening to. 6:30–7:00pm.
During the concert, we live-tweet photos, facts and tidbits about the music you’re listening to. Follow along, share and interact with us and other concert-goers on Twitter. @denverphilorch
Say hello! Join us in the lobby after the concert for refreshments, meet the musicians and have fun!