Boulder Philharmonic &
Boulder Ballet Magazines
Learn about the accomplishments of the Boulder Philharmonic and Boulder Ballet including their rich histories in the Boulder community. Music Director Michael Butterman embarks on his 11th season at the helm of the Boulder Philharmonic, while Artistic Director Ana Claire continues to build on a proud tradition of artistic excellence for the Boulder Ballet. Detailed program notes guide readers through the story of how the performances are brought to the stage. A dedicated issue also showcases the Boulder Phil and Boulder Ballet’s collaborative production of The Nutcracker.
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Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra
In its 58th season, the Boulder Phil is a critically acclaimed orchestra that features masterpieces, new works and fantastic guest musicians. The Orchestra has experienced tremendous growth and success under the vision and leadership of Conductor Michael Butterman, who has received international attention for his podium skills and programming prowess.
The Boulder Ballet origins date back to 1982 and it has a rich history of bringing classic, contemporary and uniquely theatrical ballet to Boulder and throughout the Front Range. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Ana Claire, the Boulder Ballet continues a tradition of collaborative performances, educational outreach and new choreographic explorations.
Macky Auditorium, with more than 2,000 seats, is an historic concert hall located on the picturesque University of Colorado campus in Boulder.
2017/2018 SEASON ISSUE
September 24 - May 13
Ad Deadline: August 25
BOULDER PHIL AT 60
Conductor Michael Butterman begins another season by presenting a collaborative work called “Made in America,” in which orchestras from all fty states came together to commission a new work from composer Christopher Theofanidis. Returning pianist and Van Cliburn gold medalist Jon Nakamatsu will also present a piano concerto in A minor.
MUSIC OF RESISTANCE
Michael Butterman presents a concert inspired by resistance to political oppression. Pianist David Korevaar will be performing Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy while choirs, including CU Boulder and Western Illinois University, accompany him.
This classic performance will be highlighted by a collaboration between the Boulder Phil and the Boulder Ballet. The ever-popular Nutcracker is a family- friendly way to kick off the holiday season.
The centerpiece will be a new piano concerto written by composer Philip Glass, co-commissioned by the Boulder Philharmonic with a partnership of international orchestras. Soloist Simone Dinnerstein, for whom the work was written, will perform the Bach concerto that inspired it.
CIRQUE GOES TO THE MOVIES
Cirque de la Symphonie will perform pieces from popular and familiar lm scores including Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and more. Contortionists, jugglers and acrobats, including aerial violinist Janice Martin, will also perform.
STEPPING OUT 2018
Over the years, the Boulder Ballet has grown and ourished in its community with new offerings, such as world premiere contemporary ballets. Expect nothing less with this year’s Stepping Out 2018.
Students from the Boulder Ballet School will join efforts with members of the Boulder Ballet to bring ot life the season’s soon-to-be-announced performance.
A SONG FOR SWANS
Stefan Jackiw, one of the leading violinists of the younger generation, makes his debut with the Boulder Phil in Proko ev’s Violin Concerto No. 2. The program will continue Boulder Phil’s “Nature & Music” programmatic thread, featuring concertmaster Charles Wetherbee in Vaughan William’s The Lark Ascending, accompanied on stage by dancers. Sibelius’s Symphony No. 5 will be preceded by guided musical hikes with Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks to see and hear migrating swans, as depicted in the music.
SEASON FINALE: WEST SIDE STORY: BERNSTEIN AT 100
A collaboration with Central City Opera and Metropolitan State University choirs will mark the 100th year anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birthday. The nale will be a concert performance of West Side Story.
Love abounds in this special presentation that will be performed by Boulder Ballet on Mother’s Day. Company members will dance their way into the hearts of Boulder Patrons.
Programming is subject to change and shows can be added, postponed or canceled.
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