Music has the power to inspire and connect us, to bridge our differences and change the way we see the world. Serving the community has been at the heart of the Boulder Phil’s mission for 60 years – now more than ever before.
The Boulder Phil is a recognized leader in community engagement, helping to write the next chapter in the story of the American orchestra by touching lives and creating opportunity through our growing education and outreach programs.
Sensory-Friendly Concert at the Boulder Public Library
Boulder Phil Brass Quintet
Boulder Public Library, Canyon Theater
Saturday, March 3, 11 AM
Created especially for families living with autism and other disabilities, this free event is a welcoming concert experience for the whole family.
“Reach for the Stars” Free Community Concert
Sunday, March 4, 2 PM
Join Michael Butterman and the Boulder Phil for this free family-friendly concert. Featuring a space exploration theme in honor of NASA’s–and the Boulder Phil’s–60th Anniversary, the program explores concepts of history, courage, and innovation while featuring some of the most engaging orchestral music ever written. The concert will also feature an instrument petting zoo, provided by HB Woodsongs.
Click here to register for free tickets.
Community Play-In at Macky Auditorium
Saturday, April 7, 6 PM
Dust off your instrument to join Michael Butterman and Boulder Phil musicians for a performance on the Macky stage. Includes rehearsals, a social event, and a ticket to the Phil’s April 7 concert. Registration information coming soon...
For more information, contact Cynthia Sliker, Director of Community Engagement, at 303.443.9203 or email@example.com.