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Monteverdi’s Orfeo

Often called the first great opera, Orfeo sounds as fresh and contemporary today as it must have at its premiere in 1607. A dramatic and poignant tale of love and loss, the opera comes to life in a compelling concert production directed by Grammy® winner Stephen Stubbs, with a cast of stellar soloists. A concert […]

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Monteverdi’s Orfeo

Often called the first great opera, Orfeo sounds as fresh and contemporary today as it must have at its premiere in 1607. A dramatic and poignant tale of love and loss, the opera comes to life in a compelling concert production directed by Grammy® winner Stephen Stubbs, with a cast of stellar soloists. A concert […]

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Off to the Underworld with BCOC

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Boy loves girl – boy loses girl – boy gets girl back (almost):  it’s one of the most timeless of all plot-lines, inhabiting countless novels, plays, ballets, and operas.  It’s also the theme of Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi (1567 – 1643).  Orfeo tells the Greek myth of Orpheus, whose singing […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents: In Your Court: A Royal Tour

Seicento takes audiences on a fascinating European journey highlighting music created through royal patronage in the Baroque era. Sacred works by Johann Kaspar Kerll and Charpentier will be rounded out by secular and theatrical music by Rameau and Purcell. The Russian court will also be represented by the music of Diletsky. Enjoy a rich tapestry […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents: In Your Court: A Royal Tour

Seicento takes audiences on a fascinating European journey highlighting music created through royal patronage in the Baroque era. Sacred works by Johann Kaspar Kerll and Charpentier will be rounded out by secular and theatrical music by Rameau and Purcell. The Russian court will also be represented by the music of Diletsky. Enjoy a rich tapestry […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents: In Your Court: A Royal Tour

Seicento takes audiences on a fascinating European journey highlighting music created through royal patronage in the Baroque era. Sacred works by Johann Kaspar Kerll and Charpentier will be rounded out by secular and theatrical music by Rameau and Purcell. The Russian court will also be represented by the music of Diletsky. Enjoy a rich tapestry […]

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A Taste of Baroque: A Feast of Your Favorites

Two virtuosic concertos from Telemann are the main course, audience voting selected the appetizers and dessert. Enjoy these popular favorites, inspired improvisations, and rarely performed gems. Bring a friend, share our imagination in the moment. 

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A Taste of Baroque: A Feast of Your Favorites

Two virtuosic concertos from Telemann are the main course, audience voting selected the appetizers and dessert. Enjoy these popular favorites, inspired improvisations, and rarely performed gems. Bring a friend, share our imagination in the moment. 

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A Taste of Baroque: A Feast of Your Favorites

Two virtuosic concertos from Telemann are the main course, audience voting selected the appetizers and dessert. Enjoy these popular favorites, inspired improvisations, and rarely performed gems. Bring a friend, share our imagination in the moment. 

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Boulder Bach Festival – From London With Love

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Boulder Bach Festival! The Boulder Bach Festival Baroque Orchestra and Soloists present a diverse and dramatic program of Purcell, Vivaldi, Händel, and Valentine on Valentine’s Day. Joined by phenomenal soloists cellist Guy Fishman, virtuosa mezzo-soprano Claire McCahan, and Boulder’s adored soprano Szilvia Schranz in her return to the Front Range, […]

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