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Halloween Spooktacular
2015/16 Family Series
Halloween Spooktacular

Christopher Dragon, conductor

PROKOFIEV Suite No. 2 from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 64
MUSSORGSKY Night on Bare Mountain
WILLIAMS Star Wars Theme
WILLIAMS The Imperial March
WILLIAMS Superman March
SAINT-SAËNS Danse Macabre
WILLIAMS Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Suite
DUKAS The Sorcerer's Apprentice

A family tradition of the not-too-scary sort, this concert features musical fun for the whole family. Everyone is encouraged to dress up for the Halloween festivities, and the Colorado Symphony musicians will trade-in their tuxes and tails for their own zany costumes. Don't forget to arrive early for the Halloween pre-concert activities in the lobby!

Sat 10/31/15 2:30PM Boettcher Concert Hall Halloween Spooktacular

Drums of the World
2015/16 Family Series
Drums of the World

Colorado Symphony Percussionists

This popular annual family concert takes attendees on a musical trip around the globe. Drums of the World features your very own Colorado Symphony percussionists playing rhythmic instruments new and old – it'll be everything but the kitchen sink! Don't forget to arrive early for pre-concert activities in the lobby!

Sun 11/29/15 1:00PM Boettcher Concert Hall Drums of the World

Side-by-Side with DYAO: 100 Year Celebration of the U.S. National Parks

Denver Young Artists Orchestra

The annual Colorado Symphony and Denver Young Artists Orchestra (DYAO) side-by-side celebrates 100 years of the U. S. National Parks Service with an exciting program highlighting the beauty of our great land. The DYAO will join the CSO on stage for Symphony No. 1: Formations by local composer and educator Jeffrey Nytch.

Sat 2/6/16 2:30PM Boettcher Concert Hall Side-by-Side with DYAO: 100 Year Celebration of the U.S. National Parks

<i>Carnival of the Animals</i> and <i>The Story of Babar</i>

Andres Lopera, conductor

SAINT-SAËNS Carnival of the Animals
POULENC The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant

This performance deftly introduces little ones to the joys of the orchestra with Carnival of the Animals, one of the best-known pieces by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns, with each movement depicting a different animal from the royal lion to the graceful swan. In The Story of Babar, Jean de Brunhoff’s popular children’s story of one little elephant’s epic rise from rags to riches is eloquently set to music by Francis Poulenc, truly a fantastic family experience for all ages.

Sun 3/13/16 1:00PM Boettcher Concert Hall Carnival of the Animals and The Story of Babar