Colorado Harpists Perform with Parker Symphony for Valentine’s Day Concert

Colorado harpists Don Hilsberg and Janet Harriman will perform with the Parker Symphony on February 15 for their Valentine's Day concert.

Parker, CO, January 25, 2019 --( Colorado harpists Don Hilsberg and Janet Harriman will perform the Mozetich double harp concerto “The Passion of Angels” with the Parker Symphony in February. The concert, titled “Passion,” will feature the two musicians along with other music that celebrates love, longing, and desire including Elgar’s Salut D’Amour, the Bacchanale from Saint-Saens’ “Samson and Delilah” and selections from Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet.”

The composer of the harp concerto, Marjan Mozetich, is a Canadian composer who has written music for theater, film, and dance in addition to orchestral works. His music is described as modern, infusing lyricism and romantic harmonies to evoke spiritual and meditative feelings. He composed “The Passion of Angels” in 1995.

The event will be held on Friday February 15 at 7:30 PM at the PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker.

Tickets are available now at the PACE Center online box office (, by phone at 303-805-6800 or in person at the PACE Center. Ticket prices range from $24-$29 per ticket.

The Parker Symphony Orchestra is Parker, Colorado’s community orchestra, performing amazing classical music at the PACE Center. Established in 1994, their mission is to perform orchestral music that will educate, entertain, and inspire the people of Parker, Colorado and the surrounding communities. Their goal is to offer interesting and entertaining concerts to tempt everyone’s musical palate.

For additional information about the Parker Symphony Orchestra, visit them online at
Parker Symphony Orchestra
Sharon Mathias
PO Box 4572
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80155