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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir: “Voices and Winds” with the Colorado Wind Ensemble

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, “Voices and Winds” with the Colorado Wind Ensemble St. Martin’s teams up with the Colorado Wind Ensemble, David Kish director, in a performance of Anton Bruckner’s rarely heard Mass No. 2 in E minor (for winds, brass and chorus). The world premiere of a work for similar forces by Daniel Kellogg, commissioned by […]

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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir: “Voices and Winds” with the Colorado Wind Ensemble

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, “Voices and Winds” with the Colorado Wind Ensemble St. Martin’s teams up with the Colorado Wind Ensemble, David Kish director, in a performance of Anton Bruckner’s rarely heard Mass No. 2 in E minor (for winds, brass and chorus). The world premiere of a work for similar forces by Daniel Kellogg, commissioned by […]

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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir: “A Winter’s Night: Christmas with British Composers”

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir presents “A Winter’s Night: Christmas with British Composers” Benjamin Britten was only 20 years old when he wrote the a cappella Christmas cantata A Boy was Born in 1933. He revised the piece in 1955, demonstrating how highly he esteemed it even though it was a product of his youth. Although it uses an early-20th […]

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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir: “A Winter’s Night: Christmas with British Composers”

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir presents “A Winter’s Night: Christmas with British Composers” Benjamin Britten was only 20 years old when he wrote the a cappella Christmas cantata A Boy was Born in 1933. He revised the piece in 1955, demonstrating how highly he esteemed it even though it was a product of his youth. Although it uses an early-20th […]

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Fire and Ice: Christmas with Ars Nova SIngers

Ars Nova ignites the dark of winter with traditional carols and exciting contemporary Holiday music, including works by Eriks Esenvalds, Alf Houkom, Michael Fink, and Stephen Paulus.  Our special guest:  Nicolo Spera, guitar. Performances in Longmont (Dec. 9), Denver (Dec. 10 matinee), and Boulder (Dec. 14 and 15).

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Marvelous Messiah: Colorado Chamber Players with St John’s Cathedral Choir

The Colorado Chamber Players performs Handel’s beloved Messiah, with the Saint John’s Cathedral Choir, in the gorgeous setting of Denver’s beautiful Saint John’s Cathedral. Arcangelo Corelli’s Concerto Grosso in G Minor, Op.6 No. 8, “Christmas Concerto” will also be performed.

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The Colorado Choir Christmas Concert – Sing We Now of Christmas!

The Colorado Choir proudly presents its 41st annual Christmas Concert, “Sing We Now of Christmas!”, a grand compilation of cherished and traditional Christmas pieces by Harry Simeone, including Little Drummer Boy, O Holy Night; Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming; Adeste Fideles, and many more.  A reception will follow the Friday evening concert.  For more […]

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The Colorado Choir Christmas Concert – Sing We Now of Christmas!

The Colorado Choir proudly presents its 41st annual Christmas Concert, “Sing We Now of Christmas!”, a grand compilation of cherished and traditional Christmas pieces by Harry Simeone, including Little Drummer Boy, O Holy Night; Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming; Adeste Fideles, and many more.  A reception will follow the Friday evening concert.  For more […]

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The Colorado Choir Christmas Concert

The Colorado Choir proudly presents its 41st annual Christmas Concert, “Sing We Now of Chrismas”, a grand compilation of cherished and traditional Christmas pieces by Harry Simeone, including; Little Drummer Boy; O Holy Night; Lo, How a Rose E’er Booming’ Adeste Fideles and many more.  Reception following Friday’s concert.  For more information, call 303-892-5922 or […]

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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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