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At 15, Colorado’s Baroque Orchestra Looks Back – and Forward

A preview by Marc Shulgold There were no Baroque-trumpet fanfares when musical life resumed in May 2021 for the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado (BCOC). A socially distanced audience in the Lakewood Cultural Center cheered the onstage arrival of musicians for the first concert  in – well, it seemed like forever. Perhaps aware of the […]

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Chamber Music at Noon

Celebrate our return to live music with an informal noon-time concert of Baroque chamber music, with duos and trios by George Frideric Handel, Arcangelo Corelli, Jacques Duphly, CPE Bach and Ignatius Sancho. Admission is free for this 50-minute concert. Suggested  donation $10.

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A Night In A Peruvian Salon

A Night In A Peruvian Salon.  Elegant chamber music from Latin America, by violinist Karin Cuellar Rendon and the PXAT Quartet. A Confluence concert presented by Baroque Chamber Orchestra.  The link will be available beginning Sunday June 13, 2021 at 5pm, and run through the summer. Join our Zoom chat at 4:30. Sign up here to receive […]

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A Night in a Peruvian Salon, with Baroque Chamber Orchestra and Karin Cuéllar Rendón

A preview by Betsy Schwarm, Frank Nowell and Susan Andre In its Intercambio series, Baroque Chamber Orchestra is featuring a treasure trove of Baroque and post-Baroque music from Latin America. This summer, listeners can enjoy a virtual Night in a Peruvian Salon, https://vimeo.com/559785371 the most recent concert in the series, which is now streaming on […]

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Bravi Tutti ~ Vivaldi & Handel

Streaming May 21-31. Our full orchestra comes together for an exuberant program of gems by two contrasting innovators of Baroque music — Vivaldi and Handel. Featuring Cynthia Freivogel violin soloist. Purchase tickets from our website, BCOcolorado.org     https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=123048  

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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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An operatic evergreen: “Dido and Aeneas” with Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado

A Preview by Ruth L. Carver Certain operas are perennial favorites – by all sorts of companies, schools, orchestras, musicologists, not to mention performers. Local audiences have the chance to hear one of these classics in January, with the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado taking on English composer Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. The opera […]

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The Power of Music, with Baroque Chamber Orchestra and St Martin’s Chamber Choir, at the AGO

Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado together with St. Martin’s Chamber Choir performs musical gems from 18th century London. The concert is presented as a featured program for the American Guild of Organists Southwest Regional Convention in Denver.   Michael Christian Festing, Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1737-38) Georg Frideric Handel, Concerto Grosso in G major, op. […]

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Monteverdi’s Orfeo

Often called the first great opera, Orfeo sounds as fresh and contemporary today as it must have at its premiere in 1607. A dramatic and poignant tale of love and loss, the opera comes to life in a compelling concert production directed by Grammy® winner Stephen Stubbs, with a cast of stellar soloists. A concert […]

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Monteverdi’s Orfeo

Often called the first great opera, Orfeo sounds as fresh and contemporary today as it must have at its premiere in 1607. A dramatic and poignant tale of love and loss, the opera comes to life in a compelling concert production directed by Grammy® winner Stephen Stubbs, with a cast of stellar soloists. A concert […]

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