Classical music has been alive and well in Colorado Springs since 1927. The Philharmonic’s vision is to be the epicenter of music and culture in Southern Colorado, reflecting the greatness of our community and the best of human potential through musical excellence, creative discovery, and civic leadership.
The Philharmonic’s season is anchored by a seven-concert Masterworks series in the amazing, acoustically rich Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts. In almost every concert, the Philharmonic musicians are joined by renowned guest artists.
Pops concerts broaden the mix and appeal to an even wider audience with concert programs designed for every taste, including works from Broadway to Tinsel Town and everything in between.
The Vanguard Performances infuse audiences with a deep understanding of cutting-edge artistry by featuring vanguard composers alongside today’s established masters. Every performance delivers an uncompromised view into the world of forward-looking composition.
The Philharmonic’s musicians are the most sought-after performers in the region. Many maintain full schedules as music teachers, private instructors, and performers with other prestigious ensembles in Denver and beyond.
In addition to its regular concerts, the Philharmonic offers an array of education and family concerts, bringing the gift of music to thousands of young people and families throughout the Pikes Peak region.
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190 South Cascade Avenue
Pikes Peak Center
Colorado Springs, CO 80903 | Go to Map
CS Phil Business Contact Info 719-884-2110 PO Box 60730 Colorado Springs, CO 80960
Visit the Philharmonic website for ticket information or call TicketsWest at 719-520-7469.
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Masterworks Philharmonic Pops Vanguard Philharmonic Kids Holiday Classics Vivaldi's Four Seasons Conductor in the Classroom The Colorado Springs Philharmonic is proud to offer area high school orchestras and bands the opportunity to play under the baton of Music Director Lawrence Leighton Smith or Associate Conductor Thomas Wilson in a schoolday rehearsal. Visits are available beginning in January and continuing through the end of the school year. A time block of approximately 45 minutes is the norm and every attempt will be made to accommodate specific rehearsal schedules. Maestros Smith and Wilson will also be available to visit general classrooms at any grade level. Concert Discussions: Pre-Concert Lectures and Applause series programs.