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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir presents “Remembrance and Redemption: Howells, Finzi and Wilberg”

Herbert Howells never quite fully recovered from the death of his 9-year-old son Michael in 1935. The outpouring of music that helped the father deal with his crushing grief is among the most poignant and powerful of any composer in any era. Principal among them is a work penned intermittently between the 1930’s and 50’s, […]

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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir presents “Remembrance and Redemption: Howells, Finzi and Wilberg”

Herbert Howells never quite fully recovered from the death of his 9-year-old son Michael in 1935. The outpouring of music that helped the father deal with his crushing grief is among the most poignant and powerful of any composer in any era. Principal among them is a work penned intermittently between the 1930’s and 50’s, […]

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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir presents “Remembrance and Redemption: Howells, Finzi and Wilberg”

Herbert Howells never quite fully recovered from the death of his 9-year-old son Michael in 1935. The outpouring of music that helped the father deal with his crushing grief is among the most poignant and powerful of any composer in any era. Principal among them is a work penned intermittently between the 1930’s and 50’s, […]

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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir presents “Remembrance and Redemption: Howells, Finzi and Wilberg”

Herbert Howells never quite fully recovered from the death of his 9-year-old son Michael in 1935. The outpouring of music that helped the father deal with his crushing grief is among the most poignant and powerful of any composer in any era. Principal among them is a work penned intermittently between the 1930’s and 50’s, […]

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The Colorado Choir Sings

The Colorado Choir sings “Inscriptions from the Catacombs” by Normand Lockwood, along with recent compositions “Northern Lights” and, Oculi Omium”. Rounding out the program are works by Stroope, Christiansen, Rutter, and a new gospel piece, “Jesus, Be Near to Me” by Tommy Walker arranged by Heather Sorenson. Concert dates are Friday, May 4, and Saturday, […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents: MAD MADRIGALS

Before opera there was the madrigal comedy – unstaged fun, dramatic collections of short choral pieces that, when sung consecutively, told a story. This program will include portions of Adriano Banchieri’s Contrappunto Bestiale, as well as the sensuous, sexy (and for the time, racy) music of Italian and English madrigalists of the late 16th century […]

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Hidden Masterpieces of the Renaissance

A cappella masterworks by Josquin, William Byrd, Orlando di Lasso, Constanza Porta, and more.  Performances Feb. 23 in Longmont, 24 in Boulder, and 25 in Denver.

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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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Hidden Masterpieces of the Renaissance

A cappella masterworks by Josquin, William Byrd, Orlando di Lasso, Constanza Porta, and more.  Performances Feb. 23 in Longmont, 24 in Boulder, and 25 in Denver.

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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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