Boulder Phil at the Kennedy Center

“An amazing evening”—Holly Hickman

By Peter Alexander

The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra played tonight (March 28) in the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C, as part of the very first Shift Festival of American Orchestras.

The program was the same one they played in Boulder March 25.

Shift Banner

Shift Festival banner in Washington, D.C.

“It was really an amazing evening,” reports Holly Hickman, a longtime arts supporter in Boulder who accompanied the orchestra on their trip to D.C. Hickman is the founder of Up Tempo Marketing, specializing in “spirited marketing for music organizations,” and serves as marketing consultant to the Boulder Phil.

She sent several pictures of the evening.

“The audience loved the concert,” she wrote after the performance. “The orchestra sounded great. We came across as a high-energy, non-stuffy orchestra.”

Further reports from composer Stephen Lias and others with the Boulder Philharmonic will appear here as soon as I hear from them.

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