Tag Archives: Paul Primus

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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Incessant Hum: Beethoven 2020 at Broomfield Auditorium

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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Explorations of Time with the Colorado Chamber Players

A review by Betsy Schwarm The Colorado Chamber Players have long made a specialty of spotlighting music inspired by the Jewish experience of the 1930s/1940s.  That repertoire comes complete with compelling backstories that flavor how one hears the music, even generations later, particularly as, all too often, those backstories reach tragic conclusions.  For its season-closing […]

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Cellist Lynn Harrell performs with Colorado Chamber Players

World famous cellist Lynn Harrell will perform one concert only with the Colorado Chamber Players on Saturday April 14th, 7:30 pm, at Bethany Lutheran Church, 4500 E. Hampden Ave, Cherry Hills Village. Repertoire will include the great Schubert two cello quintet in C major, Brahms Sextet in Bb, and Bach G major solo cello suite. […]

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French Fireworks: Colorado Chamber Players

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Leave it to other ensembles to fill a French-themed program with the usual suspects and rely upon Impressionistic works. In its program for January 2018, the Colorado Chamber Players has, admittedly, chosen to include Maurice Ravel, certainly a frequent favorite. However, rarely does one hear his elder countryman Ernest Chausson, […]

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Baroque Wonders with Colorado Chamber Players

Now in their 24th season, the Colorado Chamber Players had never done an all-Baroque program – until now.

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Music for Six at Bethany: Colorado Chamber Players

Colorado Chamber Players

A review by Marc Shulgold Rather than celebrate Mother’s Day with a mom-flavored program at their Sunday evening concert in Bethany Lutheran Church, a six-member contingent from the Colorado Chamber Players chose to honor the recent birthdays of Brahms and Tchaikovsky, who both arrived on a May 7 (the former in 1833, the latter seven years […]

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Schubert Cello Quintet with Colorado Chamber Players

A Review by Robin McNeil The Colorado Chamber Players opened the month of February with an absolutely sensational program of two string quintets: Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid, G. 324 (Night Music of the Streets of Madrid) by Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805), and Schubert’s (1797-1828) String Quintet in C Major, D. 956. This matinee performance […]

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