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Cocoa for Christmas: Britten and Much More from The Colorado Choir

A preview by Betsy Schwarm At this time of year, Christmas choral concerts seem to happen on an hourly basis.  Many have the same overall plan:  carol arrangements old and new with a dash of audience sing-along.  Certainly, there’s much to be said for the tried and true.  However, more adventurous ensembles branch out rather […]

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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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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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