After 6 months of uncertainty, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic opened to a full house.
Like many symphonies across the country, the Springs Symphony Orchestra went bankrupt earlier this year.
But now, they're back at the Pikes Peak Center.
They received $580,000 in donations from the community in 5 months.
Musicians also agreed to a 30 percent pay cut to keep the group alive.
The concert was sold out and a quarter of a million dollars in season tickets have also been sold.