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 […]

Humanity vs Hate

Black background with a rainbow colored heart to signify the Club Q Shooting

There are no words to do this justice. For so long, heinous acts of violence have assailed our newsfeeds from locations worldwide. Ukraine, South Sudan, Myanmar, Syria, and the list […]

Tune In! Patriotic PBS Broadcast

Star-Spangled Symphony In a first-ever partnership, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic and Rocky Mountain PBS have joined forces to present Star-Spangled Symphony, recorded live at the Pikes Peak Center on July […]

Sláva Ukrayíni!

Combat Abroad Touches Hearts at the Colorado Springs Philharmonic By Kristian DePue In the early hours of February 24, Vladmir Putin launched a large-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine and took […]

Bravo Maestro!

After more than a decade of extraordinary music-making in Colorado Springs, Maestro Josep Caballé-Domenech has decided to bring his tenure as Music Director to a close.  We are all saddened […]

A letter from CEO Nathan Newbrough

My dear friend,  You’re an essential part of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic family, and your enjoyment and safety are of the utmost importance to us.  At this time of concern […]

Behind the 1812

by Tracy Mobley-Martinez The Fourth of July celebrates everything that makes us American — and with the simplest and grandest spectacles there are. Hot dogs and Mom’s potato salad. Kids […]