Special Season 69 Customizable Bundle Packages

For its 69th season, the Fort Collins Symphony is embarking on an epic journey that will span thousands of miles, over 200 years of spectacular music, and six concert offerings.  But, not everybody can take off that much time.  So, we have created two customizable mini-trip ticket bundles that might just suit your schedule, availability, and travel budget! The POPular Excursion Bundle: This ticket bundle includes the exciting “American Road Trip” pops concert (March 29, 2019) and one Masterworks concert of your choice! $60 per person/reserved seating. The Pick-A-Trip Bundle: Short on time? Pick your favorite destinations and music!  This option…
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2018-19 Discounts for New Season Subscribers

The Fort Collins Symphony is offering a 10% discount on the upcoming 2018-19 Season 69 Ticket Packages to first-time subscribers (a savings of $20-$30 per person). In addition to receiving a discount, new season subscribers have the opportunity to purchase tickets before single tickets go on sale to the general public on August 15, 2018. The Fort Collins Symphony’s 69th season sets sail on October 6, 2018. The itinerary is set and audience members are invited to reserve their tickets for an epic journey “Odyssey: Sound Travels.” Under the baton of award-winning conductor Maestro Wes Kenney, and over the course…
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Maestro’s South Korean Adventures – Part 9

Friday, June 22 C-Day (Concert Day). Choi is to meet us at 12:30 and takes us to lunch. So after breakfast I head over to the conductor's lounge to work on Sweeney Todd where I'll be actually singing the title role at CSU in July. Two hours of singing practice feels great as a change of pace. Lunch is at a different Korean restaurant near the hotel where we feast on fish and soup. The hall is in a different part of Changwon, close to baseball stadium where the Dino's play. I arrive just in time to start rehearsal and…
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Maestro’s South Korean Adventures – Part 8

Thursday, June 21 The morning pattern continues: a long walk/run around the lake, breakfast, wait five minutes for some brewed coffee at Starbucks, walk across the street to rehearsal. When I arrive at the conductor's lounge, the Executive Director, Inho, Ms. Baek, and Reena are waiting for me to go over the schedule for the next couple of days. We have a double rehearsal today with lunch in between, so the AM rehearsal will end at 11:30, which will be exclusively on the Prokofiev. It has been arranged for me to work with our soloist Jaehong YIM, at 11:30 before…
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