Tag Archives: Barbara Hamilton

Music for Midsummer: A Golden Evening for Baroque Music

Review by Elyn Joy Few would deny the strangeness of this past year. Through it, we’ve come to know well the feeling of isolation. We’ve learned how to reconcile the hidden, sequestered parts of ourselves with the human need for expression and connection—even if through the grate of Zoom-land. Likewise, some of the most gifted musicians of the Baroque era found themselves quarantined from the spotlit musical world (for other reasons, but still). Yet at the Colorado […]

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Music for Midsummer, with Colorado Chamber Players

The Colorado Chamber Players returns to our first LIVE performance in over a year.  Join us for an intimate house concert, with music by 17th and 18th century composers.  We would love to welcome you if you are vaccinated. Thanks for your cooperation- this is a small space with only 40 seats.  Plan to show […]

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Video on demand: Macarons de Paris, with Colorado Chamber Players

Join the Colorado Chamber Players for a re-broadcast of a beautifully indulgent program of French treats. Online only. Tickets: https://www.onthestage.com/show/colorado-chamber-players/on-demand-macarons-de-paris-71550

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Wild Things: Music of Springtime

Given the theme ‘Music of Springtime:’ many ensembles would choose Vivaldi.  Not the Colorado Chamber Players! Given the additional presence of ‘Wild Things,’ is there perhaps also The Rite of Spring?  Not in a chamber music concert, though the CCP did invite bassoonist Josh Baker to remind listeners of that infamous ballet’s opening theme.  In […]

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Beguiling Enchantment: Video on Demand

Colorado Chamber Players perform a program featuring beguiling music from baroque composers.
These charming gems offer us an enchanted concert that is sure to bring a smile and brighten your day!

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Achieving Zoomness: Performing Arts Online

A preview by Betsy Schwarm, January 13, 2021 It is at times like those of the past ten months that the performing arts can mean the most.  Not only is it a chance to gather together in a shared artistic experience, it is also a reminder of the marvelous things that mankind can create, especially […]

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Delectable Delights for Strings: Macarons de Paris

January 4, 2021 A preview by Betsy Schwarm                    Imagine a sandwich cookie with cream filling.  Now set aside that vision of Oreos and instead think of Parisian macarons:  lighter, brighter, and infinitely more elegant than Oreos.  It’s the Parisian cookie, rather than the American one, which best suits the Colorado Chamber Players online recital of […]

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Beguiling Enchantment: Baroque music for Viola d’Amore, viola da gamba, and harpsichord

Colorado Chamber Players returns to Happy Hour Concerts ONLINE with a program featuring beguiling music from less well known baroque composers. These gems offer us an enchanted concert featuring music for Violas d’Amore that is sure to bring a smile and brighten an autumnal evening!   Tickets should go on sale around September 23: http://happyhourconcerts.org/. Performers […]

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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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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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