Tickets for In Person Performances

Rainbow Strings! A Concert of Hope

Join us for a program that brings joy and hope featuring great music by LGBTQ+ and BIPOC composers. Violin soloist Harumi Rhodes joins Pro Musica Colorado in the fiery Violin Concerto No. 9 by Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, an 18th Century Afro-French composer and champion fencer. From the LGBTQ+ community, Pro Musica opens with Jennifer Higdon’s engaging Dance Card and ends with Tchaikovsky’s beloved Serenade for Strings. Conducted by Cynthia Katsarelis.

Note: Stewart Auditorium at Longmont Museum is selling tickets to the October 7th performance.


Messiah! Return of a Holiday Tradition

Join the all-vaccinated singers and orchestra of the Boulder Chamber Chorale, Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra, and vocal soloists in resuming a beloved holiday tradition, George F. Handel’s Messiah, Part 1, Christmas plus Hallelujah Chorus. The concert will be one hour without intermission and features many of our favorite moments from the oratorio. Conducted by Cynthia Katsarelis.


Mozart! A Concert of Healing

Join us to hear Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra performing our signature repertoire, Mozart’s amazing Jupiter Symphony. One of Boulder’s favorite musicians, flutist Christina Jennings is featured in two works, the “Goldfinch” Flute Concerto by Antonio Vivaldi and Tone Poem, a world premiere by Boulder composer and Pulitzer Prize finalist, Carter Pann. Conducted by Cynthia Katsarelis.

Note: Stewart Auditorium at Longmont Museum is selling tickets to the February 4th performance.


Beethoven! A Concert of Inspiration

Happy belated birthday! Due to the pandemic, Beethoven’s 250th Birthday has been moved to 2022. Join us for perhaps his most amazing work, Symphony No. 5. Beethoven inspires us with the way he weaved the famous “fate” motive throughout the symphony and he created the ultimate metaphor for the “Hero/Shero’s Journey” from darkness to blistering light in the movement from C Minor to C Major. Another monumental work is featured, the Piano Concerto in One Movement by the superlative 20th Century African American composer, Florence Price. Our soloist is Jennifer Hayghe who won every award possible for a pianist at Juilliard. The concert opens with a world premiere by CU Composition Competition winner, Ben Morris. Conducted by Cynthia Katsarelis.



Concert Ticket Pricing:

Membership: $125, for in-person seats plus online access to all concerts
In-person General Admission Ticket: $25 
In-person Student Ticket: $5 
Add digital access to an in-person ticket: $10
Digital-only Ticket: $20
Digital-only Student Ticket: $5

Per Ticket Fee: $1.25

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