The Architecture of Performance: Boettcher Concert Hall

June 16th & June 26th

This tour will be offered TWICE – Wednesday, June 16th at 4:30pm and Saturday, June 26th at 10am.

About the tour: Boettcher Concert Hall opened in 1978, the first new venue completed in the DPAC master plan. With 2,600 seats, Boettcher is a unique “surround” hall in which the audience rings the orchestra on all sides. The hall hosts classical, pops and film score programs, primarily by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.

About the complex: The Denver Performing Arts Complex is one of the nation’s largest and most diverse in terms of venue sizes and types. It hosts performances ranging from classical orchestral music to touring rock and pop, ballet to modern dance and Broadway tours to immersive media/performance. The ten separate performance spaces are united by a single outdoor lobby, the Galleria.

About the tour guide: Chris Wineman, Principal at Semple Brown Design, has worked on design projects in the Denver Performing Arts Complex since 1994. He is trained as an actor and director and has played multiple roles in performing arts design projects for more than 30 years. Semple Brown has been involved in design projects in all of the venues of the DPAC over more than 25 years

Please note: All attendees (including tour guide and DAF staff) will be required to sign a waiver of liability and answer a COVID-19 questionnaire prior to the in-person tour. All participants must wear a mask on this tour and remain six feet apart. Our tour guide will utilize a portable PA system for voice amplification, if necessary. Click here for more information on DAF’s COVID-19 precautions.