Friday October 2, 2015
7:30 pm at KPOF Hall, 1340 Sherman St. 80203
Lawrence Golan, conductor and violin
Vivaldi: "Autumn" from The Four Seasons (Lawrence Golan, Violin)
Dvořák: In Nature's Realm
MORE THAN MUSIC
Food Truck Tailgate, 5:30–7:15pm
Have you ever tailgated a symphony? Starting at 5:30pm in the parking lot on the south side of KPOF enjoy a meal from Biker Jim's cart and Aikopops cart. Sorry friends, no booze at this family-friendly tailgate!
Pre-Concert Chat, 6:30pm
Join us for informal pre-concert chat sessions about the music you’ll be hearing hosted by DPO associate conductor Samuel Fuhrman. Pre-concert chats are free to all ticket holders.
What are my parking options getting to the event?
Parking information, including a map of area parking lots, can be found in the "PLAN YOUR EVENING" section of our website.
How long will the concert last?
About 2 hours, inlcuding intermission.
What should I wear? When should I clap? And other questions about attending the concert.
You'll find answers to these and other concert etiquette questions on our website in the "PLAN YOUR EVENING" section.
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 attachment 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.
Is my ticket transferrable?
If you are unable to attend this concert, we'd be happy to exchange your tickets for a future 2015-2016 concert. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll email you the exchange tickets.
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.