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 […]

Behind Tchaikovsky’s, The Nutcracker

At this point, with so many Christmas concerts behind him, Thomas Wilson isn’t exactly sure how many times he’s conducted The Nutcracker. “I’ve completely lost track,” he says. “Between the […]

UCHealth Announced as Series Presenting Sponsor

The Colorado Springs Philharmonic is pleased to announce UCHealth as the Presenting Sponsor of the El Pomar Foundation Masterworks series. “A great symphony orchestra only works with broad community partnerships, […]

It’s In His Blood: Violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky

It’s In His Blood: Violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky The Colorado Springs Philharmonic is honored and delighted to welcome Alexander Sitkovetsky to perform Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No.1 on October 29-30. In Alexander’s […]

Elgar’s Enigma Variations: Mysteries and Music

Dive Deeper Into the Rich History of Elgar’s Enigma Edward Elgar’s Variations for Orchestra on an Original Theme, Op. 36, better known simply as the “Enigma” Variations, have engaged and […]