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Opus Colorado
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Friday, 9 May, 2014 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Epiphany Lutheran, 790 South Corona, Denver Happyhourconcerts.org – tickets, program notes, bios and much more Please come and join us for an inspiring hour of fabulous strings – wine, nibbles, chocolate – yum! Music for Three Voices Samuel Capricornus: Ciacona Georg Philip Telemann: Trio […]
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From Solomon’s Court to the Ends of the Earth: Songs of the Sephardim Yayoi Barrack, Guest Artistic Director with Danse Etoile Ballet, Marie-Jose Payannet, Choreographer What:The Sephardic song tradition dates to Medieval Spain. As the Sephardic Jews emigrated, these songs traveled to places like Morocco, the Balkans, Greece, Turkey, Israel, & Mexico, where they are […]
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Friday evening, April 11, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Scott O’Neil, presented an absolutely marvelous program of two rare works, and one well-known work. The CSO performed the Double Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Orchestra by Phillip Glass. This work featured the CSO’s own Yumi Hwang-Williams, violinist, and guest cellist, Wendy […]
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Governor Hickenlooper among supporters who raised nearly $1.2 million; Moderators win Battle of the Bands The Fillmore Auditorium may never be the same. On Saturday, April 5, the Colorado Symphony transformed the palatial concert venue into a ballroom — albeit one with plenty of rock-and-roll attitude. The Colorado Symphony Ball: From Bach…to Rock! The Battle […]
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BOULDER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA PRESENTS the “Pillars of Ingenuity” with special guest artist Lindsay Deutsch The Boulder Chamber Orchestra (BCO) will present a special Mother’s Day weekend celebration with special guest Lindsay Deutsch, violin on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at the Broomfield Auditorium and on Sunday, May 11, 2014 at Seventh-day Adventist Church in Boulder. Both […]
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Here is a performance that you do not want to miss – three stellar musicians performing Bach. How many times have you heard a live performance of the music listed below? You must enjoy this rare treat. Join David Korevaar, Zachary Carrettin and Lina Bahn on a journey into a labyrinth of harmony and counterpoint. […]
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Composer and clarinetist Derek Bermel headlines the Colorado Chamber Players’ trio of consecutive concerts in May. The respected New Yorker’s list of works is known for its attention-grabbing titles, such as “Five Funk Studies” and “Mulatosh Stomp.” Bermel will bring these two works – plus “A Short History of the Universe” – to Denver, Boulder […]
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Friday evening, the Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Maestra Cynthia Katsarelis presented an absolutely stunning program featuring the renowned violinist, Dr. Lina Bahn. Not only was the program stunning because of its excellence, it was also stunning because of its originality. Maestra Katsarelis chose two works to feature on this program: […]
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Extended Voices: Modern Masterworks – April 25 & 26 Boulder, Colorado (March 31, 2014) – The Ars Nova Singers, a professional-caliber ensemble of 38 musicians based in Boulder, will continue their 28th concert season with a program of modern masterworks for voices on April 25th and 26th. Connect with the future in this fascinating journey […]
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Saturday evening, March 29, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of Maestro Andrew Litton, welcomed Stephen Hough to a concert at Boettcher Hall. It was a remarkable concert, for not only did Stephen Hough perform, but the CSO performed one of his compositions. I daresay that many people do not know that he is […]
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