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A Marian Christmas with St. Martin’s Chamber Choir

Preview article by Betsy Schwarm When it comes to Christmas choral music, one can count on references to the Christ Child, the manger, the shepherds, the star, and likely the Three Kings. There’s also Mary, and she’s the inspiration for this year’s Christmas programs by the St. Martin’s Chamber Choir. A smaller ensemble focusing on […]

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A Celestial ‘Requiem’ for a Solemn Occasion

A review by Marc Shulgold   Sadly, the glorious sacred works of Renaissance brothers Giovanni and Felice Anerio have all but faded away in the passage of time. But their music wasn’t the only revival featured in a stunning concert by Timothy Krueger’s St. Martin’s Chamber Choir earlier this month. The middle of three weekend […]

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The Eleventh Hour: Anerio Requiem

St. Martin’s commemorates the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War with Giovanni Francesco Anerio’s rarely heard Requiem, which is among the most brilliant and translucent settings of this usually somber text – giving it a hopeful and uplifting aura.

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The Eleventh Hour: Anerio Requiem

St. Martin’s commemorates the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War with Giovanni Francesco Anerio’s rarely heard Requiem, which is among the most brilliant and translucent settings of this usually somber text – giving it a hopeful and uplifting aura.

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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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Liberation: From the Reformation to Haydn’s “La Reine” with St. Martin’s Chamber Choir

World premiere from CU Composition Competition winner Elena Specht Jennifer Higdon Dance Card Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) Symphony  No. 85 “La Reine” in Bb Major JS Bach (1685-1750) Cantata: Ein Feste Burg ist Unser Gott – in D Major, BWV 80 La Reine, a beautiful and graceful work, is one of Haydn’s Paris symphonies, so named because it was the favorite of […]

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Liberation: From the Reformation to Haydn’s “La Reine” with St. Martin’s Chamber Choir

World premiere from CU Composition Competition winner Elena Specht Jennifer Higdon Dance Card Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) Symphony  No. 85 “La Reine” in Bb Major JS Bach (1685-1750) Cantata: Ein Feste Burg ist Unser Gott – in D Major, BWV 80 La Reine, a beautiful and graceful work, is one of Haydn’s Paris symphonies, so named because it was the favorite of […]

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A New Season Built on Trust: St. Martin’s Chamber Choir

Like every director of every orchestra or chorus, Timothy Krueger begins sketching out the upcoming season with the equivalent of a blinking cursor on an empty computer screen.

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Out and About with Teens in December

A preview by Josh Primus This holiday season, many parents are wondering about finding cool events for their picky teenagers. This overview of the December holiday arts scene should answer that question. Many events are surprisingly affordable, and should get your teen in the holiday spirit! Shrek the Musical,  performed at the Town Hall Arts […]

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Honoring a Pivotal Moment in Our History: St. Martin’s Chamber Choir

A preview by Marc Shulgold We all know a little something about America’s bloody Civil War – mostly who won and who lost, the names of a few generals and battles, and how the country seems still divided between North and South. Sadly, the one thing we really don’t know is the music directly inspired […]

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