New World Symphony

Dvorak’s American-inspired New World Symphony ­– a work so filled with beauty and exhilaration – never fails to bring audiences to the edge of their seats. Conductor Rebecca Miller and […]

Price and Beethoven

Often overshadowed by the symphonies that precede and follow it (the “Eroica” and the “Fifth”), Beethoven’s 4th is filled with wit and charm. Witness pure jubilance as Grammy-winners Michael Repper […]

Symphonie Fantastique

The Philharmonic will lead us to hell and back with Berlioz’s opium inspired Symphonie Fantastique – one of the most engrossing symphonies ever written. Witness violinist Stella Chen perform Prokofiev’s […]

The Organ Symphony

Since its premier in 1886, Camille Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony’s exhilarating finale continues to be one of the most beloved works in music. With the dynamic Maestra Chloé van Soeterstède at […]

Beethoven

One of the greatest storytelling symphonies in music, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony No. 6 shines in a transcendent concert led by guest conductor Carolyn Kuan. The Philharmonic, joined by the exceptional […]

Rachmaninoff

Rachmaninoff weaves a tapestry of hair-raising excitement with one of his most well-known works, Symphony No. 2.  Award-winning conductor François López-Ferrer leads the Philharmonic through the eternal spirit of Romanticism, […]

Mozart and Haydn

Mozart’s delightful “Turkish” Violin Concerto No. 5 is a youthful masterpiece that sparkles with splendid surprises, brought to life by award-winning violinist Diana Adamyan. Join the Philharmonic and Dudamel Conducting […]

Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 2 – a joyous celebration of lively Ukrainian folk melodies – is known for its thrilling finale. Witness the captivating Mei-Ann Chen as she leads the Philharmonic […]

Mozart and Prokofiev

Mozart’s sublime Piano Concerto No. 23, performed by award-winning pianist Albert Cano Smit, is one of a quartet of works by composers who dared to defy the norm. Known for […]

Brahms

Johannes Brahms — that genius of the Romantic era — has captivated audiences for 150 years.  Hear his jubilant 2nd Symphony, along with cornerstone works by Verdi and the violin […]

Mahler 9

A revelation. Simply breathtaking. Gustav Mahler’s last completed symphony will reverberate in our hearts as Music Director Josep Caballé-Domenech ends his twelve-year tenure with the Colorado Springs Philharmonic. Join us […]

Beethoven and Mahler

“Eroica,” the third symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven deserves its heroic nickname. Originally dedicated to Napoleon Bonaparte, the composer angrily scratched out the inscription replacing it with “dedicated to the […]