Denver Philharmonic Orchestra's season commences

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Posted 9/15/22

The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra's 75th anniversary season kicks off on Oct. 7. The season features six concerts and will run through May 25. The concerts will take place at Central Presbyterian …

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Denver Philharmonic Orchestra's season commences

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The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra's 75th anniversary season kicks off on Oct. 7. The season features six concerts and will run through May 25. The concerts will take place at Central Presbyterian Church, 1660 Sherman St. in Denver. Tickets cost $27 for adults, $19 for seniors, $12 for students and children age 12 and under are free. Season tickets are available for a discounted price. The Denver Philharmonic Orchestra is a nonprofit semi-professional symphony orchestra founded in 1948. Tickets can be purchased through the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra's website, and a lineup of the 75th anniversary season's concerts is also available on the website.

Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, 75th anniversary season, concerts

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