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In celebration of this beloved place we call home, we shine the spotlight on several of Boulder’s finest classical artists. Highlighting the lush sound of our string section, this showcase opens with Pulitzer Prize-winner Caroline Shaw’s hauntingly beautiful Entr’acte, which evokes distant echoes of Haydn’s String Quartet No. 67 in F major. Next, two of our own-oboists Sarah Bierhaus and Max Soto-take center stage for the cheeky, Baroque-inspired Extra(ordinarily) Fancy by Vietnamese-American composer Viet Cuong. 2008 Naumburg International Cello Competition winner and CU Boulder professor David Requiro joins the Boulder Phil for the first time to perform Tchaikovsky’s tribute to Mozart’s genius in his Rococo Variations. The performance ends in a blaze of contrapuntal glory in the Classical prodigy’s 41st and final Symphony: Mozart’s brilliant “Jupiter” Symphony.
The Boulder Phil’s 2023/24 Season subscription packages are available at BoulderPhil.org and by phone at (303) 449-1343. Single tickets are on sale now with ticket prices ranging from $22-$94. Tickets for all students are only $10.
Date and Time: On Sun, 11 Feb 2024 16:00 – Sun, 11 Feb 2024 17:30
Tickets as low as: USD 10.00
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