NewsNov 3, 03:51 PM
The musicians of your Colorado Symphony Orchestra invite you to get involved! Buy tickets to this weekend’s AWESOME CoSO concerts. Do your part to celebrate Colorado’s world class symphony orchestra. Don’t wait! Make your weekend plans more exciting now!
Most importantly, help us get the word out! Share this invitation with everyone on your email list and ask them to share it as well. Cutting and pasting has never been a more amazingly helpful function!
Also, did you know the amazing CoSO staff has made it even easier for everyone in the community to do their part? Keeping your Colorado Symphony thriving and growing doesn’t just feed your soul, it also positively affects the economy, helps draw more business to the metro area, and ensures Denver will continue to be regarded as an important American city. Do your part and encourage everyone you know to do theirs by texting a ten dollar donation to the Colorado Symphony. Dial 27722, type BRAVO in the text field, and hit Send. It’s that easy!
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!! After you’ve purchased tickets, made a text donation, and sent this message to your personal email contacts, be sure to write about it here on the event wall and send an email to email@example.com to be entered in our special reward drawing. One lucky randomly selected CoSO supporter will win a live chamber music concert by up to 5 musicians in your home or for the charitable organization of your choice.
Purchase tickets to any or all of the three performances here:
Get tickets for you and your family.
Symphony tickets make great personal and business gifts!
Bring two friends to their first ever symphony concert, or reintroduce two friends to the CoSO’s awesomeness!!
This weekend’s concerts are our only Masterworks for November and they’re real winners. Antonin Dvorak was a spirited and passionate Bohemian composer who also travelled and taught in America. His observation that we needed to create our own uniquely American compositional style deeply influenced composers like Aaron Copland, George Gershwin, and Leonard Bernstein. Dvorak was directly responsible for forging the compositional paths of numerous African American composers who might otherwise have never had a voice. He celebrated Jazz and raised awareness of the music of American Indians to further his point. We all owe Antonin Dvorak a great debt for awakening us to our American classical music potential. That alone is a great reason to come to these concerts, but you also get the added benefit of listening to wonderful music performed spectacularly by your Colorado Symphony!
Read more about our guest artists here:
Our fabulous guest conductor www.scott-yoo.com
Our amazing guest piano soloist www.natashaparemski.com
Thank you in advance for your support of our community’s greatest treasure. See you at the concerts!!
-Musicians of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra
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