What You'll Get
As part of The Police, five-time Grammy-winning drummer Stewart Copeland helped bring rhythmic complexity to rock with his reggae-influenced style, resulting in five platinum-selling albums and more than a dozen hit singles. But since the band's '80s heyday, this modern musical renaissance man has become a sought-after composer of opera, ballet and film, TV and video game scores. Now he comes to Denver to jam with the Colorado Symphony on a performance of his concerto Tyrant's Crush, which explores the rise and fall of a despot. Also on the bill for this concert at Boettcher Hall under the baton of Music Director Designate Brett Mitchell are Stravinsky's Pulcinella suite, John Adams' The Chairman Dances and Ravel's La Valse.The tickets identified in this promotion are made available through Goldstar. Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by Colorado Symphony - Boettcher Concert Hall in connection with this deal.
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