HAYDN Symphony no. 99
RAUTAVAARA The Fiddlers, op. 1
BRAHMS Violin Concerto
Pre-concert talk begins at 7:15pm
MAKE IT DATE NIGHT!
The Denver Philharmonic has partnered with Charcoal Restaurant to offer a special "Dinner & Concert" package. Restaurant opens at 5pm. Charcoal was named one of 5280 Magazine's 2012 Best New Restaurants.
One glass of sparkling wine or coffee
FIRST COURSE (choice of one)
Chicken Liver Mousse
Greek Feta Cheese Mousse
Baon Wrapped Dates
SECOND COURSE (choice of one)
Pan Roasted Chicken, with fresh sides of the day
House Hot Smoked Salmon, with fresh sides of the day
Chocolate Chili Truffle, with pine nut brittle
Charcoal Restaurant is located just 0.7 miles from KPOF Hall at 43 West Ninth Avenue, between Acoma and Broadway.
"Dinner and Concert" Tickets must be purchased by Wednesday November 14, 2012.
$45 "Dinner & Concert" ticket does not include meal tax or gratuity.
What are my parking options getting to the event?
Parking information, including a map of area parking lots, can be found in the "Venues" area of our website, and by clicking here.
Is my ticket transferrable?
If you are unable to attend this concert, we'd be happy to exchange your tickets for a future 2012-2013 concert. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll email you the exchange tickets.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
We scan tickets at the door, which really helps to help speed the entry process along. Bringing one of the following is strongly encouraged:
- Your printed ticket(s) (remember it's an attachedment to the email confirmation you receive)
- Your ticket(s) on your portable electronic device (cell phone, tablet, etc.)
- Your ticket(s) barecde on the Eventbrite app (try it, it's pretty nifty!)
If you forget your ticket in one of these three forms, don't panic! We can look you up the old fashioned way -- by finding your name on our list.
When & Where
Denver Philharmonic Orchestra
Classical music, meet the 21st century.
Our mission is to continually redefine the way our community experiences and engages with classical music. Lawrence Golan, Music Director.