Viva la Musica!

by Sarah Ryals From rollicking to romantic, contemporary mariachi music has emerged from humble roots in rural western Mexico to become a widespread popular folk music form. Its light-hearted, dance-able […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Sally Sharpe

At the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, we couldn’t do what we do without our amazing team of volunteers. These passionate individuals don’t just offer their time and energy – they offer […]

Confronting the Status Quo

Confronting the Status Quo: A celebration of three unlikely heroes and their quests for reform by Robert Mcguill Previous Next All heroes are ‘unlikely’ in their own way. Maybe this […]

An Homage to Friendship

An Homage to Frienship The Creative Collaboration of Jan Vogler and Josep Caballé-Domenech. “Vogler has the ability to make his cello speak like a singing voice.” The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung […]

The Eternal Quixote

The Eternal Quixote by Mark Arnest The life of Miguel de Cervantes, the author of Don Quixote, was a litany of disappointments. His left arm was rendered useless by a […]

Charlie’s Yuletide Traditions

Each year in cities around the world, tuba and euphonium players gather to revel in the holiday season. The dark and pillowy sounds of the tuba reverberate around the area […]