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Evergreen Chamber Orchestra – Autumn Recital

Our Chamber Recital Series features performances of chamber repertoire by individuals and small groups. These wonderfully intimate concerts are a great opportunity to see and hear ECO musicians and friends up close! All of our Chamber Recital Series events for the 2020 – 2021 Season will be at 3:00pm at St. Laurence Episcopal Church in […]

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Evergreen Chamber Orchestra – Season Opener Concert (Evergreen)

Our MASTERWORKS CONCERT SERIES returns for our 40th season with a truly spectacular Season Opener. The program opens with a brand-new composition from our illustrious Music Director, William “Bill” Hill. Bill has composed this piece, entitled From Silence and Isolation for Orchestra, Soprano, and Tenor, to commemorate the profound emotional impact of the COVID-19 era. The program continues […]

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Evergreen Chamber Orchestra – Season Opener Concert (Arvada)

Our MASTERWORKS CONCERT SERIES returns for our 40th season with a truly spectacular Season Opener. The program opens with a brand-new composition from our illustrious Music Director, William “Bill” Hill. Bill has composed this piece, entitled From Silence and Isolation for Orchestra, Soprano, and Tenor, to commemorate the profound emotional impact of the COVID-19 era. The program continues […]

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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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Duruflé Requiem

Held in such high esteem as one of the most profound of all choral works, Maestro Krueger has felt that performing the Maurice Duruflé Requiem requires a level of artistic maturity and depth of human experience that he was not confident of possessing. Therefore, for the first time in its history, St. Martin’s Chamber Choir […]

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The Voice of Nature

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir Virtual Performance. Nature has inspired and spoken to a great variety of composers through the ages. At a time when many believe our earth to be in crisis, to listen to that voice is of increasing and possibly even critical importance.  A Cameo group of 16 St. Martin’s singers gives a […]

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Aurora Borealis: Baltic Music

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir Virtual Performance. There must be something in the water of the Baltic Sea (or is it the Aurora Borealis?) to produce the incredible outpouring of choral masterworks in the last few decades from along its shores!  From Estonians like Pärt, Latvians like Ešenvalds, Swedes like Jansson, to Finns like Rautavaara, there […]

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Aurora Borealis: Baltic Music

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir Virtual Performance. There must be something in the water of the Baltic Sea (or is it the Aurora Borealis?) to produce the incredible outpouring of choral masterworks in the last few decades from along its shores!  From Estonians like Pärt, Latvians like Ešenvalds, Swedes like Jansson, to Finns like Rautavaara, there […]

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Aurora Borealis: Baltic Music

St. Martin’s Chamber Choir Virtual Performance. There must be something in the water of the Baltic Sea (or is it the Aurora Borealis?) to produce the incredible outpouring of choral masterworks in the last few decades from along its shores!  From Estonians like Pärt, Latvians like Ešenvalds, Swedes like Jansson, to Finns like Rautavaara, there […]

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