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French Connection: Quatour Stanislas and Colorado Chamber Players

April 14, 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm The Quatour Stanislas is an outstanding French quartet, based in Nancy, France.  The group will travel to Colorado and Wyoming in April 2020, and will perform Mendelssohn’s extraordinary Octet op. 20 with the Colorado Chamber Players, written when the composer was only 16 years old.  Beethoven […]

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An Evening with Simone Spadino and the Colorado Chamber Players

The Colorado Chamber Players perform with young virtuoso violinist Simone Spadino, at the First Universalist Church of Denver, in collaboration with the Denver Sister Cities Program and the City of Potenza, Italy.   One night only: March 24, 2020, 7:30 pm. Tickets available after September 1st. Program: Antonio Vivaldi: The Four Seasons Pablo de Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen

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Incessant Hum: Beethoven 2020 at Boulder Public Library

Colorado Chamber Players presents a world premiere of a new music/theatre hybrid, with a script by Jeffrey Neuman, directed by Mare Trevathan. As the world celebrates the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven, we explore the emotional world that Beethoven experienced, as he lost his hearing and ability to perform as a pianist and conductor.  […]

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Flaming Swords: Baroque music for Violas d’Amore, Violas da gamba and Lute, Thornton

One of the most resonating instruments among Baroque instruments, is the Viola d’Amore (viola of love), with a total of 14 strings. The Viola d’Amore has a unique link to Moorish countries, who were famous for their many-stringed instruments in the 1600’s. The silvery combination of the d’Amore with the 7-string Viola da gamba, is […]

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Flaming Swords: Baroque music for Violas d’Amore, Violas da gamba and Lute, Denver

One of the most resonating instruments among Baroque instruments, is the Viola d’Amore (viola of love), with a total of 14 strings. The Viola d’Amore has a unique link to Moorish countries, who were famous for their many-stringed instruments in the 1600’s. The silvery combination of the d’Amore with the 7-string Viola da gamba, is […]

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A Little Fright Music: Stories on Stage and Colorado Chamber Players

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A Little Fright Music – Stories on Stage and Colorado Chamber Players

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Interdisciplinary arts:  certainly some of the most powerful and compelling performing arts experiences are exactly that.  Whether it’s opera, combining voices and instruments with sets, props, costumes, and story-telling, or an orchestra providing live performance of the soundtrack to a beloved film, in both cases, it’s entertainment that draws upon […]

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Paris: Franck, Chausson and Debussy, at Boulder Library

The Colorado Chamber Players presents a program of French music, fin de siecle. Program: Ernest Chausson: Chanson perpétuelle, op. 37, for Soprano, String Quartet and Piano Lily Boulanger: Nocturne and Cortege, for Violin and Piano Claude Debussy: Danse sacrée et danse profane, for Harp and Strings César Franck: Piano Quintet in f minor Musicians: Andrew […]

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Paris: Franck Quintet short concert at Saint John’s Cathedral

The Colorado Chamber Players presents a program of French music, fin de siecle. Program will be selected from the following: Ernest Chausson: Chanson perpétuelle, op. 37, for Soprano, String Quartet and Piano Lily Boulanger: Nocturne and Cortege, for Violin and Piano Claude Debussy: Sonata for Violin and Piano César Franck: Piano Quintet in f minor […]

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Colorado Chamber Players Messiah Part I at Saint John’s Cathedral, Sunday

The Colorado Chamber Players performs Handel’s beloved Messiah Part I, with the Saint John’s Cathedral Choir, in the gorgeous setting of Denver’s beautiful Saint John’s Cathedral. Handel wrote his masterpiece in London, where it was an immediate success. Also on the program are Handel’s Arrival of the Queen of Sheba and the Air from JS Bach’s […]

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