Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Denver

The holiday season is in full swing and amid the hustle and bustle, we find time to engage with family and reconnect with old friends. Denver Audiology urges you to not miss a minute of the season and stay connected to the sights and the sounds of the holidays. The season is a great opportunity to enjoy and outing with friends and take advantage of the experiences the area has to offer. We’ve picked out some favorites.

The Polar Express

Dec. 1 – 23
Colorado Railroad Museum
The tale of the Polar Express is dramatically re-created and combined with a magical train ride. Children get to greet Santa and experience the wondrous sounds and sights of this classic tale as it happens all around them.

Denver Christkindl Market

Dec. 1 – 23
Skyline Park
The Christkindl Market includes vendors from Germany and other countries as well as fabulous offerings from local artisans. Get a unique gift for family, friends – or for yourself! Traditional German food is available and sip warm hot spiced wine as you listen to the traditional Christmas carols and live German music.

A Christmas Carol

Dec. 1 – 24
Stage Theatre, Denver Performing Arts Complex
A production that has delighted audiences through the years, this classic tale of redemption is done as a joyous and lush musical production. Based on the Dickens’ novel, A Christmas Carol highlights the reason for the season.

The Nutcracker

Dec. 1 – 23
Ellie Caulkins Opera House
It’s not Christmas until you’ve got visions of the sugar plum fairies dancing in your head. The Colorado Ballet’s performance of this cherished Christmas tale delights audiences each year.

A Very Vintage Holiday Show

Dec. 5 – 16
The Galleria, Denver Performing Arts Complex
In the style of Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters, Next Stage Now, performs a variety show style holiday performance. Enjoy engaging vocals, upbeat harmony, some comedy and nostalgic holiday tunes.

A Colorado Christmas

Dec. 14 – 16
Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver Performing Arts Complex
Sounds of the holidays fill the concert hall as the Colorado Symphony Chorus along with the Colorado Children’s Chorale perform songs as “Twas the Night Before Christmas” is narrated live from the stage. Seasonal favorites like “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” Sleigh Ride” “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” also with highlights from Too Hot to Handel will get you in the holiday mood. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be on hand as they take a break from their holiday preparations.

Tubachristmas

Dec. 16
Denver Performing Arts Complex
That’s a lot of brass! Darn right – enjoy a toe-tapping holiday performance of all your favorite seasonal tunes played by 300 tuba players from around the Denver area. It will definitely pump up your holiday spirit. Speaking of brass, enjoy Holiday Brass, Dec. 19, Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver Performing Arts Complex. Enjoy the power and brilliant holiday music stylings of the Colorado Symphony Brass. The program includes traditional favorites including music from beloved holiday movies and television specials. This hits all those great Yuletide notes.

Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

Dec. 5 – 15
Buell Theatre, Denver Performing Arts Complex
A timeless tale filled with dance, song, snow and plenty of Christmas cheer, White Christmas is the story of a song-and-dance team that falls for two sisters when they put on a holiday show at an inn in Vermont.

John Legend: A Legendary Christmas

Dec. 15
Bellco Theatre
Enjoy the contemporary sounds of crooner John Legend as he sings and plays songs from his newly released Christmas albums. It includes the classics like “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” but also new, original songs like “Bring Me Love.”

Too Hot To Handel

Dec. 21 – 22
Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver Performing Arts Complex
Handel re-invented for the holiday season in this jazz, gospel and R&B infused concert. Too Hot to Handel features associate symphony conductor Christopher Dragon and guest soloists Cynthia Renee Saffron and Lawrence Clayton of the Colorado Symphony Chorus.

Visit Us at Denver Audiology

Out staff wishes you, your family and loved ones the best and brightest of holidays. Connect with family and friends and enjoy the festive sights and sounds of the season. Get a hearing evaluation at Denver Audiology to ensure you stay connected to the holiday sounds.

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