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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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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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SECRET GARDEN: Boulder Bach Festival & COmpass Resonance Ensemble

COmpass Resonance Ensemble, our CoRE of resident musical artists performs works of extreme beauty composed by Schmelzer, Rosenmüller, Marini, Salomone Rossi, Francesca Caccini, and J.S. Bach. Carrettín collaborates with small and large ensembles in vocal and instrumental chamber music culminating in our 15-piece baroque orchestra with CoRE soloists.

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PHILOSOPHER’S STONE: Boulder Bach Festival

39th Season Opening! Distinct, poetic, and rarely-heard works by Buxtehude, Piani, Pandolfi, Stradella, Couperin, and J.S. Bach. Ian Watson, harpsichord Associate Director, Händel+Haydn Society Guy Fishman, cello Principal Cellist, Händel+Haydn Society Zachary Carrettín, violin Music Director, Boulder Bach Festival & COmpass Resonance Ensemble

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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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Off to the Underworld with BCOC

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Boy loves girl – boy loses girl – boy gets girl back (almost):  it’s one of the most timeless of all plot-lines, inhabiting countless novels, plays, ballets, and operas.  It’s also the theme of Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi (1567 – 1643).  Orfeo tells the Greek myth of Orpheus, whose singing […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents: In Your Court: A Royal Tour

Seicento takes audiences on a fascinating European journey highlighting music created through royal patronage in the Baroque era. Sacred works by Johann Kaspar Kerll and Charpentier will be rounded out by secular and theatrical music by Rameau and Purcell. The Russian court will also be represented by the music of Diletsky. Enjoy a rich tapestry […]

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