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Baroque Wonders with Colorado Chamber Players

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Now in their 24th season, the Colorado Chamber Players had never done an all-Baroque program – until now. Having recently attended various seminars on Baroque performance practice and acquired some fine Baroque instruments, the ensemble’s principal members Barbara Hamilton Primus and Paul Primus decided the time was right. This first […]

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Colorado Chamber Players with Emily Levin, harp – Littleton

Harpist extraordinaire Emily Levin will perform with the Colorado Chamber Players (Paul Nagem, Flute and Barbara Hamilton, Viola) at the Littleton United Methodist Church, as part of the Fine Arts Series. Emily is the newly appointed Principal Harp of the Dallas Symphony. Program: The Lark, arranged by Mily Balakirev…………………Mikhail Glinka Valse romantique…………………………Claude Debussy Divertissements a […]

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Colorado Chamber Players with harpist Emily Levin – Englewood Arts

Harpist extraordinaire Emily Levin will perform with the Colorado Chamber Players (Paul Nagem, Flute and Barbara Hamilton, Viola) at Hampden Hall, as part of the Englewood Arts Starlight Rhythms series. Emily is the newly appointed Principal Harp of the Dallas Symphony. Program: The Lark, arranged by Mily Balakirev…………………Mikhail Glinka Valse romantique…………………………Claude Debussy Divertissements a la […]

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Colorado Chamber Players

The Colorado Chamber Players’ Trio performs Max Bruch’s “Acht Stuecke” for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, as part of our senior outreach program. With Daniel Silver, Clarinet, Barbara Hamilton, Viola and Andrew Cooperstock, Piano.    Free admission!

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Shostakovich and His Circle, Colorado Chamber Players at Longmont Museum

The great Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich was surrounded by extraordinary talent in Soviet Russia. The CCP performs music by Shostakovich; by Shostakovich’s closest friend, Miecyzslaw Weinberg;  by Russia’s “bad boy” Prokofiev, who left Russia for 20 years and finally returned; and by Stravinsky, who inspired Shostakovich in many of his compositions. Sergei Prokofiev: Overture on […]

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Colorado Chamber Players at Eloise May Library

Join the Colorado Chamber Players String Quartet in a musical journey to Germany, Austria and Russia! A short one hour concert will include excerpts from Mozart D major Divertimento, Haydn op. 17#5 quartet, and Shostakovich’s 7th string quartet. Call to register for the concert: 303-542-7279.

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Colorado Chamber Players at Koelbel Library

Join the Colorado Chamber Players String Quartet in a musical journey to Germany, Austria and Russia! A short one hour concert will include excerpts from Mozart D major Divertimento, Haydn op. 17#5 quartet, and Shostakovich’s 7th string quartet. Call to register for the concert: 303-542-7279

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Musical Travelogue: Colorado Chamber Players in Brighton

Join the Colorado Chamber Players String Quartet in a musical journey to Germany, Austria and Russia! A short one hour concert will include excerpts from Mozart D major Divertimento, Haydn op. 17#5 quartet, and Shostakovich’s 7th string quartet. Goodwill offering.

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Heartfelt Shostakovich at St. John’s Cathedral

The CCP string quartet performs three of Shostakovich’s great string quartets on this program; a powerful end to a year long exploration of the composer’s chamber music. The Colorado Chamber Players’ yearlong study of Shostakovich’s chamber music continues with Quartets no. 3, 7, and 11, which roughly correspond to the composer’s early, middle and late periods in […]

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Music in the Galleries with Colorado Chamber Players

Music was part of Clyfford Still’s life from an early age. Still played piano and memorized works by Beethoven, Chopin, and Schubert.  This spring, the Clyfford Still Museum is partnering with the Colorado Chamber Players and Friends of Chamber Music to offer a new way to encounter Still’s work: live music in the galleries- performed not […]

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