Colorado Pops The Superheros Playing at The Aggie in time for Fort Collins Comic Con!
THE SUPERHEROES is a super-band dedicated to playing songs from super hero movies and TV shows, and songs about, for, and by super heroes. THE SUPERHEROES perform family-friendly concerts for all ages, and they encourage cosplay and crazy costumes. The band member are world-class (galaxy-class) musicians, and because they are actual musical super heroes, their true identities are a secret!
They will be playing at The Aggie Theater on August 24th at 8:00pm. Show includes conversation and photo opportunities with “real” superheros who live and work in Fort Collins by day! For more information and ticket sales: https://www.coloradopopsorchestra.com/superheroes
This event kicks off Fort Collins Comic Con week which helps to support the Poudre River Public Library. For more information on Comic Con: https://fococomiccon.com/
The Colorado Pops Orchestra is comprised of the best musicians in Colorado. They are professional freelance musicians who play in the Colorado Opera, Colorado Ballet, Boulder Philharmonic, Boulder Chamber Orchestra, Colorado Springs Philharmonic, Fort Collins Symphony, Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, and more.
Maestro SILAS NATHANIEL HUFF is currently Music Director of the Colorado Pops Orchestra, Astoria Symphony Orchestra (NYC), and Boulder Concert Band (CO), Director of the University of Colorado Boulder Campus Orchestra, and Commander and Conductor of the 44th Army Band Army (Albuquerque, NM). Maestro Huff’s past positions include Music Director of Round Rock Symphony Orchestra (TX), Director of the U.S. Army Orchestra (DC), Associate Conductor of the U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own” (DC), Conductor of Moscow Ballet’s USA east coast tours, and Associate Producer of Opera at the Manhattan School of Music, among others. Ha has conducted concerts across America and Europe, and as a U.S. Army Music Officer, Captain Huff has conducted concerts at the White House, the U.S. Capitol, Arlington National Cemetery, the Pentagon, and at other important monuments and landmarks in Washington, D.C., for diplomats, heads of state, royalty, and audiences numbering in the thousands. His recordings and live broadcasts have been heard and seen by millions.