April 8, we welcome back Principal Guest Conductor Mark Mast to the Queen City of the Plains with a hearty howdy! Two nuggets kick off the evening — Variations on a Cowboy Tune by colorful Coloradan Cecil Effinger, trailed by Tom Taylor’s bluegrass lark, Big Basin Breakdown. We ride off into the sunset with Johannes Brahms’ first symphony — a work that took two decades to wrangle but left the composer ridin’ high in the saddle.
Variations on a Cowboy Tune
Big Basin Breakdown
Symphony No. 1
Beer & Wine 🍻
Toast the evening with a can of cold, Colorado craft beer or a glass of red or white wine from Total Wine. Sorry kids, this More than Music event is 21+ only. $6.
Drinks with lids may be brought into the hall (we provide lids!). You may also bring your own water bottle into the hall.
Pre-Concert Chat 💬
6:30–7:00pm. Join us early for insight into the program music! What should you listen for? What history is tied to each piece? What is the cultural context? All that and more available to you before the concert commences…
Say hello! Join us in the lobby after the concert for refreshments, meet the musicians and DPO principal guest conductor, Mark Mast, and have fun!