Colorado Springs Philharmonic
The Colorado Springs Philharmonic is the largest professional orchestra in Southern Colorado, with a legacy dating back to 1927, and now presents 54 performances of 27 unique concerts. Under the guidance of President and CEO Nathan Newbrough and Music Director Josep Caballé-Domenech the Philharmonic has become one of the most successful symphony orchestras among mid-sized cities nationwide. Through expanded concert offerings, live broadcasts, accessible ticket pricing, and community-focused projects, today’s Philharmonic reaches more than 225,000 people each year and makes an economic impact of more than $7.7 million annually. That’s more than $1,835 per minute of music performed. Performing in the Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts and Ent Center for the Arts, the Philharmonic comprises 76 nationally auditioned musicians, a full-time staff of 12, 20 Board Directors, and dozens of volunteers driven by their passion for great music and the organization’s impact on the community. Each year, the Philharmonic presents a full spectrum of symphonic entertainment to audience members ranging in age from preschoolers to retirees with ticket prices kept as affordable as possible in order to maximize accessibility.