26 Mar Corporate Sponsors
Pennica Financial Group
Pennica Financial Group is an independent financial advisory firm. We serve the planning needs of MAIN STREET clients (individuals, businesses, and non-profits). The size of your net worth or assets does not matter with us. We bring to you independent and non-proprietary solutions that form the basis of a comprehensive, well thought out financial strategy. For over two decades we have served and provided our client with unrivaled planning and customer service. Our motto continues to be "big enough to give you extensive capability, small enough to care." We encourage you to call today. You're not a number with us--you are the reason why we are in business!
Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care
Founded in 1980, Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care is the largest and only not-for-profit hospice and palliative care provider in El Paso County. Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care provides outpatient hospice services in patients’ homes and extended care facilities throughout El Paso County and delivers care at their 16-bed Pikes Peak Hospice Unit located in Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs.
Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care services also include a palliative care and consultation program, in addition to grief support for adults and children. The organization also participates at the highest level in “We Honor Veterans”, a national program jointly developed by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
PIKES PEAK PHILHARMONIC
The orchestra now known as the Pikes Peak Philharmonic was formed in 1965 to provide additional playing opportunities for students at Colorado College. The Colorado Springs Community Orchestra, as it was first called, was quickly expanded to include musicians from the rest of the community. In 1972, the Colorado Springs Symphony sponsored and controlled the group with Charles Ansbacher as its Music Director and principal Conductor. The sponsorship of the Symphony was dissolved in 1986 due to financial reasons. With this vital outlet for performing serious symphonic music virtually gone, several musicians from the group incorporated a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under the name, Pikes Peak Civic Orchestra. In 1997, the name of the group was changed to Pikes Peak Philharmonic. The funding for the orchestra has been through the assessment of dues, door receipts, and outside donations.
Welcome to the 89th season of the Pueblo Symphony. Are you ready for the dynamic, diverse and iconic pieces this season? Dr. Jacob Chi and Executive Director June King are an enduring, dynamic duo as they diligently provide the foundation for audience enjoyment when they arrange versatile and thrilling programming each season. You can be part of the extraordinary nature of works being performed. According to some scientists, the rhythm and resonance of music activate areas of the brain that help us feel we belong to something larger and are connected to each other. Find out more, and view our season performance schedule at http://www.pueblosymphony.com/PSO/Concerts.html