CMF rehearsals are FREE, open to the public and take place in Chautauqua Auditorium.
In general, the rehearsal schedule is Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10am-12:30pm and Wednesday 3-5:30. The schedule is subject to change. VIEW CALENDAR
These FREE, informative, and entertaining concert talks are designed to enhance your concert experience. “Talks Under the Tent” take place Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. under the Festival Tent (on the north side of the auditorium), and Post-Concert Conversations happen in Chautauqua Auditorium following the Sunday Chamber Orchestra Concerts. LEARN MORE
THURSDAY NIGHT POST-CONCERT FIRESIDE PARTIES AT CARELLI’S
Join us every Thursday night following the Festival Orchestra concerts for a post-concert Fireside Party at Carelli’s. Enjoy FREE appetizers, a happy hour priced drink menu, the warm atmosphere of Carelli’s, and post-concert mingling with your fellow concertgoers and Colorado Music Festival musicians. It’s the perfect way to finish your evening! Carelli’s is located at 645 30th Street, just south of 30th & Baseline (lots of free parking). VISIT CARELLI’S WEBSITE
ZEITOUNI ALL-PURPOSE BLEND
In his first year as Music Director, Jean-Marie Zeitouni brings an international spice to the 2015 Colorado Music Festival as well as an epicurean passion for food. Beginning July 1, savor the festival all summer and beyond with a sensational combination of spices created by Jean-Marie and Savory Spice Shop owner Dan Hayward. LEARN MORE
CLICK! COMMISSION CLUB
Click! is back again. Three American composers are all vying for a 2016 residency and commissioned piece with the Colorado Music Festival Orchestra, and you choose the winner. Cast your vote online now through July 20. LEARN MORE
RIDE THE FREE HOP 2 CHAUTAUQUA
Leave the hassle of parking at home and catch a ride from any one of the convenient Boulder stops and enjoy a stress-free evening!
Established in 1898, the Colorado Chautauqua was not developed with automobile use in mind and has very limited parking space available within the National Historic Landmark boundary. Join us in being part of the solution to help reduce congestion by riding the HOP 2 Chautauqua, a free transit service to the Colorado Music Festival and Chautauqua Summer Series events.
Buses begin approximately two hours before show time and arrive approximately every fifteen minutes until 30 minutes after performance begins. All buses drop off on Baseline between 10th and Lincoln Place (Trolley Stop at Chautauqua Park). It is approximately a 4 minute walk, with an elevation gain of 100 feet, from the bus stop to the Auditorium. LEARN MORE
Parking in Chautauqua Park is limited, however parking is allowed on both sides of Baseline Road in the evenings during June, July and August. Handicap accessible parking is available in the parking lot south of the Academic Hall. For easy access to this lot, enter Chautauqua Park via 12th St.