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Wolfgang and His Pals

Herr Johann Christian Bach, music master of the queen, took Wolfgang between his knees. He would play a few measures; then Wolfgang would continue.

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Bravely Mixing the New with the Old

A preview by Marc Shulgold  “It’s a very eclectic mix,” says the ever-understated Frank Nowell, about the program served up March 17 and 18 by his Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado. “Eclectic,” indeed, is an understatement. Oh, there’s some Handel, Vivaldi and Geminiani, as expected. These masters of the Baroque Era pop up frequently in […]

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Celebrating a Decade of Baroque Brilliance

A review by Marc Shulgold  In greeting his audience at the Bahá’í Center in Denver Sunday afternoon, Frank Nowell promised that this season-ending concert by his Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado would be “fun and festive.” Actually, that description could be applied to the entire season, the ensemble’s 10th. Most folks might never think of […]

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The Upward Flight of the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado

By Marc Shulgold Some cool ideas just take some time to grow from dream to reality. No one knows this more than Frank Nowell, a soft-spoken man with a great deal of patience, it seems. Not to mention courage. This man had quite a dream. “It started out as my idea. It came to me […]

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St. Martin’s to perform Bach’s St. Matthew Passion

A preview by Robin McNeil On March 23 and 24, music lovers in Colorado will be able to hear one of the great compositions in all of music literature: The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ Upon the Cross According to St. Matthew, by J. S. Bach. Otherwise known as the St. Matthew Passion, it […]

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