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    Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 7:30 PM


    Kick-off for our March 28 concert at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC - part of the SHIFT Festival


    Macky Auditorium, CU Campus, Boulder
    Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra
     
    Michael Butterman, conductor
     


    LIAS  All the Songs that Nature Sings
    World Premiere commemorating the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service with choreographed visuals
    MIDKIFF  Mandolin Concerto, From the Blue Ridge
       Jeff Midkiff, mandolin
    HEITZEG  Ghosts of the Grasslands
    COPLAND Appalachian Spring   Listen 
       with Frequent Flyers® Aerial Dance


    Your Boulder Phil encores nature-themed favorites from recent seasons along with a world premiere by “composer-adventurer” Stephen Lias inspired by our own Rocky Mountain National Park and choreographed to nature photography from the park. Midkiff’s mandolin concerto evokes the Appalachians with hues of bluegrass and Americana. Prairie dogs star in the cinematic Ghosts of the Grasslands, and Copland’s iconic Appalachian Spring is brought to life in unforgettable fashion by Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance ensemble.

    Nature & Music