Portraits of Colorado Composer Charles Denler

Charles Denler


The music of American composer and pianist, Charles Denler, can be heard all over the world.

With nearly 2000 concerts and 200 film and television scores to his credit, Charles Denler’s multiple Emmy Award-winning music can be heard all over the world. His ability to work in a wide variety of genres, and his collaborative work sense, has made him a top choice among producers and directors. Charles' classical training and strong proficiency with contemporary sound allow him great flexibility and versatility as a composer and pianist. Since he began writing for symphonies, his orchestral works have been played around the globe.

Charles won his first EMMY in 2004 for his work on Bentley Creek and went on to receive his second EMMY in 2005 for his score to Beyond The Medal Of Honor. In 2010 Charles was awarded the Jury Choice GOLD MEDAL for his score to the Richard Gere film, Teenage Witness, and a second GOLD MEDAL for the film, I AM, at the Park City Film Music Festival. In 2011 Charles received The Ribaut Award for Excellence in Music for Film at the Beaufort International Film Festival. After three National Geographic projects, he went on to write for numerous other documentaries, film and television programs, and themes for a huge number of television networks and programs.

PORTRAITS OF COLORADO, An American Symphony No. 1 is the first in a series of symphonies composed by Charles Denler. Inspired by a sunrise over the Rocky Mountains, and the incredible works of American painter, Jerry Malzahn, this first symphony carries with it a theme of hope and of new beginnings.


Charles Denler's Portraits of Colorado

An American Symphony No. 1 and Six Variations for violin and piano

The Colorado Symphony and Chorus

Scott O'Neil, conductor


World Premiere Recording!


“PORTRAITS OF COLORADO, An American Symphony No.1” is the first in a series of symphonies composed by Charles Denler. Inspired by a sunrise over the Rocky Mountains, and the incredible works of American painter, Jerry Malzahn, this first symphony carries with it a theme of hope and of new beginnings

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