The Colorado Symphony played empty for more than 16 months, and now it is back to welcome the audience. The Colorado Symphony will host a live stage performance on Sunday. The Colorado Symphony performed without cheers and claps for a very long time.
Now, it is ready to welcome guests with cheers and claps. Christopher Dragon, the resident conductor for the Colorado Symphony, says that not having a live audience has also been tough on the orchestra. One must maintain hygiene and practice social distancing at all times.
The first live show will take place on Sunday, and it will welcome guests under all the covid-19 protocols and guidelines. Now, you can gear up for your favorite Colorado Symphony live show and tag along with your friends and family for an entertaining live show.