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 […]

The Ring Without Words

The Philharmonic’s principal oboe Noah Kay takes center stage in Strauss’ Oboe Concerto, among the composer’s final and most elegiac works. This is followed by Richard Wagner’s “The Ring Without […]

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 […]

Black Panther in Concert

Marvel Studios’ Black Panther became a global sensation, showing a new dimension of what superhero films could be. In this live-cinema event, relive the excitement of T’Challa becoming king and […]

Brahms & Beethoven

Brahms scored his Schicksaslied (Song of Destiny) as a man haunted by fate and longing for divine connection. Philharmonic cellist Leah Hansen takes on Paul Moravec’s “Montserrat” concerto. Beethoven’s Egmont, […]

John Williams: Beyond Imagination

Reconnect with otherworldly music that has sparked imagination for decades. John Williams’ compositions stand the test of time in an unforgettable concert night.  **Please be advised that John Williams will […]

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 […]

A Letter from The Maestro

How are you? The spread of the coronavirus these past days and weeks is affecting lives of people worldwide and we’re all confronted with great challenges.  Fortunately Monica, our boys, […]