Events

Oct
19
Fri
Beach Ball @ The Island
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Grab your beach gear and bring the entire family to the annual Beach Ball on Friday, October 19, 2018 at the IslandKick off your shoes and feel the sand between your toes as you enjoy a fun evening which includes dinner, games for all ages, dancing and cool auction items for everyone in in the family!

Tickets:
$60 for Adults
$40 for Children & Alumni
Link to purchase available soon.

 

Attire: Beachwear, sun dresses, lei’s, Hawaiian shirts etc…

Nov
2
Fri
Colorado Symphony Britten War Requiem @ Boettcher Concert Hall
Nov 2 @ 7:30 pm

BRITTEN War Requiem, Op. 66

On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the November 11, 1918 Armistice that signaled the end of World War I, your Colorado Symphony presents a once-in-a-generation performance of Benjamin Britten’s masterpiece, War Requiem. Commissioned to mark the opening of a new cathedral for the city of Coventry in 1962 after a bombing destroyed the previous cathedral in 1940, Britten, a lifelong pacifist and conscientious objector during World War II, created this very public expression of his beliefs about ‘war and the pity of war.’ In a master stroke, he included texts by the First World War poet Wilfred Owen, providing an ironic commentary on the classic Latin Requiem Mass while serving as a reminder to future generations on the wickedness of war. Joined by the Colorado Symphony Chorus, the Colorado Children’s Chorale, and three vocal soloists, Brett Mitchell leads your Colorado Symphony in its first performance of this monumental undertaking since 2001.

 

Nov
3
Sat
Colorado Symphony Britten War Requiem @ Boettcher Concert Hall
Nov 3 @ 7:30 pm

BRITTEN War Requiem, Op. 66

On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the November 11, 1918 Armistice that signaled the end of World War I, your Colorado Symphony presents a once-in-a-generation performance of Benjamin Britten’s masterpiece, War Requiem. Commissioned to mark the opening of a new cathedral for the city of Coventry in 1962 after a bombing destroyed the previous cathedral in 1940, Britten, a lifelong pacifist and conscientious objector during World War II, created this very public expression of his beliefs about ‘war and the pity of war.’ In a master stroke, he included texts by the First World War poet Wilfred Owen, providing an ironic commentary on the classic Latin Requiem Mass while serving as a reminder to future generations on the wickedness of war. Joined by the Colorado Symphony Chorus, the Colorado Children’s Chorale, and three vocal soloists, Brett Mitchell leads your Colorado Symphony in its first performance of this monumental undertaking since 2001.

 

Nov
4
Sun
Colorado Symphony Britten War Requiem @ Boettcher Concert Hall
Nov 4 @ 1:00 pm

BRITTEN War Requiem, Op. 66

On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the November 11, 1918 Armistice that signaled the end of World War I, your Colorado Symphony presents a once-in-a-generation performance of Benjamin Britten’s masterpiece, War Requiem. Commissioned to mark the opening of a new cathedral for the city of Coventry in 1962 after a bombing destroyed the previous cathedral in 1940, Britten, a lifelong pacifist and conscientious objector during World War II, created this very public expression of his beliefs about ‘war and the pity of war.’ In a master stroke, he included texts by the First World War poet Wilfred Owen, providing an ironic commentary on the classic Latin Requiem Mass while serving as a reminder to future generations on the wickedness of war. Joined by the Colorado Symphony Chorus, the Colorado Children’s Chorale, and three vocal soloists, Brett Mitchell leads your Colorado Symphony in its first performance of this monumental undertaking since 2001.

 

Nov
9
Fri
Maestro Society Kick-Off (Private) @ University of Denver, Joy Burns Center Tuscan Ballroom
Nov 9 @ 6:00 pm

Colorado Children’s Chorale
Maestro Society 45th Anniversary Kick-Off Reception

The Maestro Society honors individuals who support the Chorale’s annual Performance and Educational Programs at the $1,500 level and above. In return for their leadership support, Maestro Society members receive benefits which include priority seating at Chorale subscription concerts, invitations to concert receptions and special Maestro Society events.

For more information on the Maestro Society, please contact Meg Steitz, 303.892.5600 X408 or Steitz@ChildrensChorale.org