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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents: Baroque Pairings: Voices and Violins

Seicento invites you to explore the marriage of sonorities between voices and strings. Baroque-era composers exploited the unique timbres of instruments and voices, and the effect is as direct today as it was four hundred years ago! This program focuses on works for voices paired with two baroque violins and continuo. These will be complemented […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents: Baroque Pairings: Voices and Violins

Seicento invites you to explore the marriage of sonorities between voices and strings. Baroque-era composers exploited the unique timbres of instruments and voices, and the effect is as direct today as it was four hundred years ago! This program focuses on works for voices paired with two baroque violins and continuo. These will be complemented […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents: Baroque Pairings: Voices and Violins

Seicento invites you to explore the marriage of sonorities between voices and strings. Baroque-era composers exploited the unique timbres of instruments and voices, and the effect is as direct today as it was four hundred years ago! This program focuses on works for voices paired with two baroque violins and continuo. These will be complemented […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents From Luther to Bach: Music of the Reformation

Come explore the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, which introduced new types of music, including chorales like those composed by Martin Luther that began the shift from Latin to the vernacular and inspired the music of J.S. Bach nearly 200 years later. Our concert will highlight the German school of musicians of the late Renaissance into […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents From Luther to Bach: Music of the Reformation

Come explore the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, which introduced new types of music, including chorales like those composed by Martin Luther that began the shift from Latin to the vernacular and inspired the music of J.S. Bach nearly 200 years later. The concert will highlight the German school of musicians of the late Renaissance into […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents From Luther to Bach: Music of the Reformation

Come explore the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, which introduced new types of music, including chorales like those composed by Martin Luther that began the shift from Latin to the vernacular and inspired the music of J.S. Bach nearly 200 years later. The concert will highlight the German school of musicians of the late Renaissance into […]

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Celebrating Music of the Reformation: Seicento Baroque

A preview by Barbara Hamilton A 33-year old man emerged from the shadows, paper in hand. His hands shaking, he nailed the manuscript with 95 theses on the door of the Wittenberg church. Martin Luther’s revolutionary acts of insubordination and protest against the Catholic Church had just begun. All over the world, choral groups are […]

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The Arvada Chorale and new Music Director Steven Burchard

A review by Robin McNeil Welcome Steven Burchard! On Friday, March 7, I attended a concert given by the Arvada Chorale at the Performing Arts Complex at the Pinnacle Charter School on 84th Ave. This was the first time I had ever set foot in the Performing Arts Complex, and I was quite pleasantly surprised. […]

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España: Old World and New with St. Martin’s Chamber Choir

A preview by Robin McNeil I really believe that they premiere performing groups in Colorado not only want us to hear good music, they also want us to learn something. Now, granted every time we go to a concert we learn something from just listening to the music. However, Dr. Timothy Krueger, conductor of the […]

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