A preview by Robin McNeil Scen3 Fall 2014 Instrumental Music Roundup This coming concert season is going to be very exciting because it contains some rarely heard music, music that we know, and music which is so important in all of music literature, that you simply must go hear it. Some of the organizations listed […]
A review by Ruth L. Carver The Boulder Philharmonic closed out its season in front of a packed house on April 26. Macky Auditorium was filled with flowers for ticket subscribers, a fitting tribute in its season themed “Nature & Music.” The program offered a finely balanced, fresh mix of repertoire with plenty of charm and […]
By Robin McNeil Saturday evening, January 11, the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra under the conductorship of Maestro Michael Butterman performed a concert which was publicized as The Three B’s, however, in this case, the three B’s did not stand for Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms, but rather Bach, Berg, and Brahms. The Boulder Phil opened their program […]
Sarah Chang, violin Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra Michael Butterman, music director Samuel Barber—Violin Concerto Anton Bruckner—Symphony No. 4 Sarah Chang, one of the most acclaimed violin soloists in the world, makes her return to the Boulder Phil, the orchestra that helped launch her career before her debut in 1989 with the New York Philharmonic at age […]
By Betsy Schwarm In troubled times, music can be the perfect balm: soothing the soul and heartening one for the future. Alas that, for the past...
Reprinted from The Denver Post by Lisa Kennedy By LISA KENNEDY | email@example.com | The Denver PostPUBLISHED: August 12, 2021...