Colorado Symphony Orchestra Musicians perform LIVE from Colorado Public Radio Studios as part of On-Air Fund Drive

Yo-Yo Ma rehearses for Live Broadcast of Sold Out Concert which concludes the On-Air Fund Drive for the CSO

The Colorado Symphony Orchestra and Colorado Public Radio are conducting a historic, one-time co-venture fundraising drive to support the Colorado Symphony—the major classical music and program provider for CPR. The on-air fundraising campaign, Bringing the Music to Life, benefits the Colorado Symphony Orchestra during these difficult economic times. The on-air drive begins November 30 and culminates on December 2 with a live broadcast of Yo-Yo Ma’s performance with the CSO, which sold out several months in advance. CSO subscribers who purchased tickets to Yo-Yo Ma as an add-on to their subscription, before tickets were available to the public, comprise eighty percent of the audience for this concert.

Upcoming Events:
Tuesday, December 1 at 2 p.m.
     Yumi Hwang-Williams, concertmaster and Bil Jackson, principal clarinet, with pianist Sue Grace.

On-air fund drive at KVOD 88.1 FM.
You can even Stream KVOD to your computer!

For more information about the campaign or to make a contribution, please visit or call 303 534-0762. Keep classical music alive in Colorado; give generously!


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