Tag Archives: baroque music

Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, French Composer

January, music of the celebrated French composer Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre featuring Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violin with Katherine Heater, harpsichord.

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Festive French Noëls

Festive French Noëls in December featuring Frank Nowell organ, plus strings and recorders. 

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Cross-Currents

A delightful evening of music and story-telling, melodies flow across continents, with works by Sancho, de Murcia, Vivaldi, Vitali, and Falconieri, plus new editions of re-discovered Latin American collections. BCOC chamber ensemble, featuring Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violin.

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Cross-Currents

A delightful evening of music and story-telling, melodies flow across continents, with works by Sancho, de Murcia, Vivaldi, Vitali, and Falconieri, plus new editions of re-discovered Latin American collections. BCOC chamber ensemble, featuring Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violin.

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Discover Baroque – Life Long Learning Sessions

A series of one-hour sessions, including lecture, musical demonstration and Q&A. Hosted by Artistic Director, Frank Nowell and guest hosts. No charge, donations appreciated.

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A Joyful Reunion

Handel’s Water Music, Suites in G and D with strings & recorder; A Suite of Bach’s Goldberg Variations; and a Telemann concerto for 2 violas featuring Vijay Chalasani and Emily Bowman; plus music by Biber and Albinoni.

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A Joyful Reunion

BCOC’s jubilant strings and recorder, lead by Cynthia Miller Freivogel, play Handel’s Water Music, Suites in G and D with strings & recorder;   A Suite of Bach’s Goldberg Variations; and a Telemann concerto for 2 violas featuring Vijay Chalasani and Emily Bowman; plus music by Biber and Albinoni.

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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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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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