Remix All Beethoven Featuring Symphony No. 3 (Dec 4)

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REMIX Your Symphony Experience
Join a community of young symphony-goers to share in Colorado Symphony performances, happy hours around town, and special events unlike any you have ever seen.
Check out the new and improved Remix, featuring special events exclusively for members!

REMIX 2015/16 Season Line-up
As a member of Remix, enjoy these Remix Nights complete with a happy hour joined by all your symphony friends. Members receive four (4) complimentary tickets, good to be redeemed in any
combination of ways for the following performances:

1. Mozart Performed by Michael Thornton Oct 3 • Sat 7:30
2. Symphony at the Movies: Back to the Future Nov 14 • Sat 7:30
3. All Beethoven featuring Symphony No. 3 Dec 4 • Fri 7:30
4. Mahler Symphony No. 2 Feb 20 • Sat 7:30
5. Jeffrey and Gabriel Kahane Apr 16 • Sat 7:30
6. Carmina Burana May 20 • Fri 7:30

The choice is yours! Use all four tickets for one concert, or use your tickets one-at-a-time to maximize the number of performances you see. And the best part? Remix members get to sit in
the same section for each performance, to get to know one another!

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Rossen Milanov, conductor
Andrew Staupe, piano

BEETHOVEN | The Creatures of Prometheus Overture, Op. 43
BEETHOVEN | Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15
BEETHOVEN | Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 55, "Eroica"

The annual winter tribute to Ludwig van Beethoven opens with the little-played overture to the 1801 ballet, The Creatures of Prometheus. Beethoven's Classical roots are at the heart of his Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major performed by pianist Andrew Staupe, who cemented his status as one of the country's top young pianists with a critically acclaimed Carnegie Hall debut in 2012. Beethoven's famed Symphony No. 3, most commonly known as "Eroica," was groundbreaking for its musical range when it premiered in the early 19th century. Audience-favorite Rossen Milanov returns to conduct this exciting program.
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By: Colorado Symphony