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A Celebration of Colorado Artistry: Ars Nova presents Shared Visions

Shared Visions is an interdisciplinary collaboration of Colorado artists: in the summer of 2018, an online gallery of works by Colorado visual artists was assembled. Then, poets from across the state viewed the gallery and used the images as a basis for writing new poetry. This new poetry was assembled into an anthology, and Ars […]

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A Celebration of Colorado Artistry: Ars Nova presents Shared Visions

Shared Visions is an interdisciplinary collaboration of Colorado artists: in the summer of 2018, an online gallery of works by Colorado visual artists was assembled. Then, poets from across the state viewed the gallery and used the images as a basis for writing new poetry. This new poetry was assembled into an anthology, and Ars […]

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Ars Nova Singers present Brumel’s “Earthquake” Mass

A Rarely Performed Masterpiece from the Renaissance Comes to Life: Ars Nova Presents The “Earthquake” Mass For 33 years, Boulder’s Ars Nova Singers has been recognized for presenting vibrant programs of unusual works from the distant past and modern times. This program features one of the most breathtaking outbursts of the Renaissance imagination, the colossal […]

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Ars Nova Singers present Brumel’s “Earthquake” Mass

A Rarely Performed Masterpiece from the Renaissance Comes to Life: Ars Nova Presents The “Earthquake” Mass For 33 years, Boulder’s Ars Nova Singers has been recognized for presenting vibrant programs of unusual works from the distant past and modern times. This program features one of the most breathtaking outbursts of the Renaissance imagination, the colossal […]

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Shake Your Ears Loose with the Earthquake Mass

Preview by Ruth L. Carver A piece nicknamed the “Earthquake Mass” would hardly seem capable of transporting a listener to a peaceful, transcendent place…yet that is just what Ars Nova Singers hope to do in their upcoming concerts. This rarely performed piece by Renaissance master Antoine Brumel will gently yet insistently tug the audience from […]

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In the Moon of Wintertime: Christmas with Ars Nova

In the Moon of Wintertime: Christmas with Ars Nova Thomas Edward Morgan, conductor Free your earthbound imagination with the Colorado premiere of “The Consolation of Apollo” by Kile Smith. This work celebrates the 50th anniversary of Apollo 8, the first manned mission to the moon, which entered lunar orbit on Christmas Eve, 1968. That evening, […]

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In the Moon of Wintertime: Christmas with Ars Nova

In the Moon of Wintertime: Christmas with Ars Nova Thomas Edward Morgan, conductor Free your earthbound imagination with the Colorado premiere of “The Consolation of Apollo” by Kile Smith. This work celebrates the 50th anniversary of Apollo 8, the first manned mission to the moon, which entered lunar orbit on Christmas Eve, 1968. That evening, […]

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In the Moon of Wintertime: Christmas with Ars Nova

In the Moon of Wintertime: Christmas with Ars Nova Thomas Edward Morgan, conductor Free your earthbound imagination with the Colorado premiere of “The Consolation of Apollo” by Kile Smith. This work celebrates the 50th anniversary of Apollo 8, the first manned mission to the moon, which entered lunar orbit on Christmas Eve, 1968. That evening, […]

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In the Moon of Wintertime: Christmas with Ars Nova

In the Moon of Wintertime: Christmas with Ars Nova Thomas Edward Morgan, conductor Free your earthbound imagination with the Colorado premiere of “The Consolation of Apollo” by Kile Smith. This work celebrates the 50th anniversary of Apollo 8, the first manned mission to the moon, which entered lunar orbit on Christmas Eve, 1968. That evening, […]

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Sacred Jazz with Ars Nova Singers

A review by Betsy Schwarm The excellent Ars Nova Singers have long been one of the most adventurous ensembles in the region, with a repertoire ranging from the Renaissance to music of current composers. The ensemble’s October concerts this year brought out yet one more side of Ars Nova’s expressive voice: Sacred Jazz. In his […]

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