Colorado Symphony Orchestra to perform with NRO in July |

Colorado Symphony Orchestra to perform with NRO in July

Special to the Daily Music director Jeffery Kahane and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra will perform a special concert with the NRO in July.

BRECKENRIDGE – The National Repertory Orchestra presents the Colorado Symphony Orchestra with music director Jeffery Kahane Friday, July 14 at 7:30 p.m. in a special benefit concert for the NRO Education and Community Engagement Program.

The concert coincides with a season celebration of Mozart’s 250th birthday and highlights include a Mozart piano concerto performed by pianist and conductor Kahane. NRO players will also play side-by-side with the orchestra for a portion of the program. In addition to Mozart, repertoire includes pieces by Bernstein and Respighi. A portion of the concert will be conducted by NRO music director Carl Topilow.

The NRO and the CSO have developed a strong partnership in recent years in part of a continuing effort to develop and sustain audience interest in live symphonic music across the state. The Colorado Symphony Orchestra is Colorado’s only resident orchestra composed of professional musicians employed to play symphonic music on a full-time basis. The CSO currently has 18 NRO alums playing full time.

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