The Boulder Philharmonic’s Reimagined Season

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes this season different?

To keep our musicians and patrons safe during COVID-19, all concerts this season are pre-recorded in the Brungard Aviation hangar at Boulder Municipal Airport with safety measures in place. This season will be an experience like never before, with fascinating camera angles, bonus interviews and insights, and behind the scenes footage–your own home will be the best seat in the house! We are also offering household memberships and household tickets that give you and your entire household extended access to concerts, pre-concert conversations with Michael Butterman, and more.

How do I buy a ticket for my household?

Household membership packages and household tickets to the Boulder Philharmonic’s virtual concert season can be purchased at https://boulderphil.org/reimagined where you will also find a complete list of virtual performances for the season. You can also email info@boulderphil.org if you’d like to connect via phone to purchase your household ticket.

What is a Household Membership?

Household memberships are a new way to subscribe to the Boulder Philharmonic’s concert season. Through this subscription, members will have access to 7 virtual concerts that are each available to watch for up to two weeks from the concert launch night. Members also have access to pre-concert discussions with Music Director Michael Butterman, along with other benefits listed under the descriptions of each membership. There are three memberships available: Gold Baton, Silver Baton, and Standard.

To learn more about our household memberships, and what each has to offer, please visit: https://boulderphil.org/memberships 

If you would like to transfer your current subscription, please contact us at (303) 449-1343 or email us at info@boulderphil.org

How do I watch the concert?

You will receive an email the day before and the morning-of the concert that will include the Vimeo access link and password. This link will be accessible for two weeks from the date of the event.

You can check out this guide for tech tips to make your virtual concert experience the best it can be!