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 […]