The Colorado College Summer Festival of the Arts is proud to partner with many local performing arts organizations. Below you'll find a list of organizations that return to the festival this summer. Please visit their websites, attend their events and support them throughout the year!
Amateur Pianists International
API is dedicated to the enrichment and encouragement of fine performance in classical piano literature. Founded in 2000. API celebrates amateur pianists, those who play and perform in the non-professional realm.
Colorado Springs Guitar Society
The Colorado Springs Guitar Society is dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of the classical guitar in the south-central region of Colorado. CSGS is primarily a group interested in the classical guitar, but has members who play several different styles.
Colorado Springs Conservatory
The mission of the Colorado Springs Conservatory is to inspire, motivate, and challenge all students to aspire to their highest potential as artists and as human beings through arts immersion studies and community arts advocacy participation.
Pikes Peak Library District World Music Series
The World Music Series features visual and performing artists from around the world, offering library patrons and the community as a whole the opportunity to experience the sights and sounds of other cultures. The series is in its 6th year in 2010, having engaged thousands with world-class performances and exhibitions. The concert series is made possible by PPLD, KRCC concerts, Colorado College, The Colorado Springs Independent and H. Chase Stone Trust.
Opera Theatre of the Rockies
Opera Theatre of the Rockies is committed to the advancement of opera in Southern Colorado through performance, education, and training.
Shivers Concert Series
Clarence and Peggy Shivers inaugurated the Shivers African-American Historical and Cultural Collection in 1993 with a substantial gift. The objectives of the Shivers Fund are to provide scholarships to young people interested in the study of classical performing and visual arts; present classical concerts showcasing grant recipients and professional African-Americans talents; expand contributions to Pikes Peak Library District through materials, workshops, and other educational presentations; provide opportunities for the community to come together in celebration of History, Culture, and the Arts.
Windrider Film Forum