Videos and Virtual Concerts

Your Fort Collins Symphony, Anywhere

New this Season:
Live-Streamed Concerts

Your FCS is excited to be back on the Lincoln Center’s Main Stage. Because we understand that not everyone can join us we are offering a hybrid opportunity for you to select a live and/or virtual experience. Choose in-person or live-streaming for the night of the concert. Special virtual ticket pricing for in-person ticket holders (to use or gift).

Ticket Prices:

  • In-person tickets – standard price: visit for more details
  • Live-stream tickets – $25 per device/household ($10 for in-person ticket holders or students)

Streaming tickets are a fantastic way to give the gift of music to a friend or family member or enjoy a concert from the safety and comfort of your own home.

Videos and Virtual Concerts:

Beyond performing at our regular venues in Fort Collins, your Fort Collins Symphony is happy to provide the following virtual concerts, videos, and events right to your home, computer, and phone for free. From socially distanced tiny concerts and stories from our musicians to a full performance of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony recorded and available in 360 degrees, the Fort Collins Symphony is always just a click away.

Many of these virtual concerts and videos were originally put together to support our “Keep Us Playing” fund during the COVID-19 Pandemic. This fund supported our musicians, many of whom work entirely freelance, with monthly payments while we were unable to hold concerts and other in-person events. While the KUP campaign has ended, we invite you to continue to support your Fort Collins Symphony and its musicians by donating, volunteering, or supporting the FCS endowments. For more information, please visit our support page.

Tiny Concerts

When the COVID-19 Pandemic hit Colorado, we were suddenly unable to meet for rehearsals or complete our 70th season. In response, the Fort Collins Symphony (FCS) board of directors has been exploring ways to support our musicians monetarily, emotionally, and artistically during this stressful time of uncertainty. For those who don’t know, our musicians make their living through freelance activities which include contracts to play with orchestras such as the Fort Collins Symphony. As a result of canceling concerts, our musicians are not being paid. In addition, because of social distancing, they do not have the opportunity at this time to share their artistry with our community.

The purpose of the fund was to support our 52 tenured and provisional musicians who were experiencing financial repercussions due to pandemic-related cancellations. By donating to the “KUP” campaign, your donation were divided equally among our musicians and dispersed on a monthly basis as long as the pandemic prevented our musicians and audiences from gathering.

You can continue to support our musicians by donating today.

A funny thing happened on the way to the stage banner

Laughter is the best medicine, and sometimes music is just the medicine the heart and soul need.

Thus, it stands to reason that this combination of music and laughter may be just what the doctor ordered.  The Fort Collins Symphony’s “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Stage features humorous and inspirational stories as told by FCS musicians and Maestro Wes Kenney.  Your musicians have been invited to share stories about the unusual, funny, or stirring things that have happened to them as orchestral professionals: an unwelcome guest in the pit, a bouncing mute, and a broken G String are just a few of the stories you’ll enjoy.

Beethoven • 5 • 360

Beethoven’s 5th Symphony in 360-degree surround video

Click to play the video, then drag your cursor across the video to pan around the stage

Guest Artist Interviews

Meet the soloists and guest artists behind your favorite pieces in this series of interviews.

These interviews are also available as a part of our Open Notes Podcast, available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts.