It wasn't all that long ago that Gregory Alan Isakov was striving to make a name for himself playing shows at the Meadowlark. Before his music was being touted in the New York Times, he was a humble singer-songwriter who lived in an Airstream trailer outside Niwot with a voice and presence capable of hushing the noisiest of crowds. Tonight, as yet another example of the Colorado Symphony's ongoing efforts to create innovative and collaborative programming, the Symphony is performing with the lauded singer-songwriter at Boettcher Concert Hall. Our photographer Brandon Marshall was at rehearsal yesterday, and brought back these shots.
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