Events of Note
These special occasions bring together music lovers and our acclaimed guest artists, while supporting the Phil’s artistic and education programs.
An Intimate Evening with Simone Dinnerstein
Thursday, January 11, 7 PM
Simone Dinnerstein is a thoughtful, inventive pianist with a thing for Bach. She spearheaded the Philip Glass co-commission, which brings her back to Boulder, and her house recital will reflect her style and passion. $75/person.
Thursday, March 22
Lee Hill Drive Wineries
Two players, three wineries, one exceptional evening. Each of the three Lee Hill Drive Wineries will host a pairing of music, delicious bites, and handcrafted wine—and you will experience all of them at this multi-sensory pairing event.
Dairy Arts Center: One Night Only - Colorado Classics
Thursday, April 5, 7:30 PM
Dairy Arts Center
2590 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO 80302
In a special evening in collaboration with the Dairy Arts Center, this One Night Only program presents a trifecta of internationally renowned artists to the Dairy stage, including Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient and violinist Stefan Jackiw, Boulder’s favorite pianist, David Korevaar, and Denver’s Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble! You’ll experience a world-class music and dance performance, paired with a talkback from the artists and Boulder Phil’s Music Director, Michael Butterman, concluding with a complimentary post-show catered reception to get to know the performers over delicious eats and drinks!
Bernstein at 100: Leonard Bernstein Tribute Concert
Monday, April 23, 7 PM
Levin Hall at the Boulder JCC
6007 Oreg Ave., Boulder, CO 80301
$36 in advance; $40 at the door
Join the Boulder Phil and musicians from the local musical community, including the CU College of Music, to celebrate Leonard Bernstein with piano solos, vocal works, chamber pieces, and a preview of songs from the Boulder Phil’s upcoming production of “West Side Story.” The community concert includes a tribute to Bernstein in word and image. Ticket info coming soon...
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