After more than 16 months of no live audience inside of the Boettcher Concert Hall, the Colorado Symphony is welcoming watchers and listeners back inside.
The Colorado Symphony played its first show back with a live audience on Sunday.
Despite having to perform without the claps and cheers for more than a year, the orchestra has had the opportunity to play in outdoor venues, masked up and socially distanced.
“We have operated in the building some. Performing onstage with no audience with social distancing for the orchestra is tough. It’s not kind of an intuitive way to operate,” said Anthony Pierce, the chief artistic officer with the Colorado Symphony.
If you do visit the Colorado Symphony, you’ll still see hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes on counters. Ticket will be scanned digitally and those who aren’t vaccinated are encouraged to wear a mask.
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