Colorado Symphony Joins with Denver Gay Men's Chorus on Broadway Rocks 2

THE COLORADO SYMPHONY PRESENTS AN ENCORE TO THE RECENTLY SOLD-OUT BROADWAY ROCKS WITH A WHOLE NEW SHOW, BROADWAY ROCKS 2


The Colorado Symphony has partnered with the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus under the direction of Ben Riggs for the highly anticipated follow-up to the wildly successful Broadway Rocks from the 2009/10 season. Also featured on the program are three top-notch vocalists, direct from Broadway; American Idol finalist, LaKisha Jones, Rob Evan of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Tony Award nominated actress, Christiane Noll. These vocalists join the Symphony and the Denver Gay Men’s Chorus in modern favorites from Jersey Boys, Lion King, Wicked, Rent and Phantom of the Opera along with some of rock-n-roll’s greatest songs from Queen, Journey and The Beatles.

Broadway Rocks 2 comes to Boettcher Concert Hall on Saturday, May 26 at 7:30 pm.

Program:
Act I
Rocks Overture (arr. Fleischer)
We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions (Queen)
This Is The Moment (Jekyll and Hyde/Wildhorn)
Defying Gravity (Wicked/Schwartz)
Jersey Boys Medley
Total Eclipse (Dance of the Vampires/Steinman)
Circle of Life (Lion King/John)
Proud Mary (Fogerty)
Seasons of Love (Rent/Larsen)
Don’t Stop Believing (Rock of Ages/Journey)

Act II
Come Sail Away
Nobody’s Side
Hey Jude (Beatles)
Mama Mia Medley (Andersson/Ulvaeus)
Conga (Estafan)
And I Am Tellin’ You (Dreamgirls/Krieger)
Phantom of the Opera (Phantom/Lloyd Webber)
Music of the Night (Phantom/Lloyd Webber)

Performance: Saturday, May 26 at 7:30 pm

Tickets: Tickets are on sale now at www.coloradosymphony.org, the Colorado Symphony Box Office: (303) 623-7876 or (877) 292-7979 or in-person in the lobby of Boettcher Concert Hall in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Hours are Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 12 pm to 6 pm.

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