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 […]

Mariachi Los Camperos

The three-time Grammy Award winning Mariachi Los Camperos bring the flavor of Mexico to Colorado Springs, including their skillfully arranged versions of classical melodies and traditional favorites, making up an […]

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 […]

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, […]

Beyond Imagination: The Music of John Williams

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 […]

Dvořák 8

This exciting and varied evening offers up the American master Charles Ives’ sonic ode, followed by Robert Schumann’s marvelously scored showpiece for four french horns. We conclude with Antonin Dvořák’s […]

Tango Piazzolla!

Argentine composer Astor Piazzola wrote his own delicious tango response to Vivaldi’s “Seasons,” a rollicking, foot-stomping tour of Buenos Aires. Join us for pre-Concert talks, beginning one hour before performance time.

New Year’s Eve

The Philharmonic is shaking things up a bit as we say farewell to 2022 and ring in the new year. Make this jazzy concert part of your New Year’s Eve […]