Tag Archives: Claire McCahan

Christmas Across the Ages

COmpass REsonance chamber choir presents the rich harmonies of holiday music from before the time of Bach all the way to some of our most cherished contemporary songs. Mezzo-soprano Claire […]

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Boulder Bach Fest Ends on a High Note

A review by Marc Shulgold Heartfelt words of gratitude from the stage, warm waves of applause from a sizable audience – and, as usual, first-rate musicianship from first note to […]

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A Festival Celebrates Bach – Among Others

A review by Marc Shulgold Oh, sure – J.S. Bach was there, represented by three marvelous chamber works. And there was music by his famous old friend Telemann. But so […]

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Bach and Beyond: Boulder Bach’s Spring “Festival Week”

Johann Sebastian Bach:  the music and the name are timeless, like a Gibraltar of great music.  Beethoven has myriad admirers, as does Mozart.  However, both masters studied JS Bach’s works, […]

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A Baroque Christmas—Händel’s “Messiah” with Boulder Bach Festival, December 19

Our December concert offers a thrilling opportunity to hear Händel’s Messiah (Christmas portion) as you’ve never heard it before! Performed by one-per-part instrumental and vocal soloists, Carrettin’s rendition offers delightful […]

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A Baroque Christmas—Händel’s “Messiah” with Boulder Bach Festival, Friday 12/17

Our December concert offers a thrilling opportunity to hear Händel’s Messiah (Christmas portion) as you’ve never heard it before! Performed by one-per-part instrumental and vocal soloists, Carrettin’s rendition offers delightful […]

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Across Time Across Cultures

Celebrate the return to live concerts with a program that embraces a diversity of musical styles, traveling across time and across cultures including works in romantic style with Moorish-Andalusian, Roma, […]

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Boulder Bach Festival Review: From London with Love

A Review by Gwen Gray (Photo credits from Broomfield Auditorium: Opus Zero) Few have ever claimed that love is a singular emotion. It can be patient, blind, ill-fated, all-consuming, unrequited, […]

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Passion Unbound with Boulder Bach Festival

A Preview by Gwen Gray Love and passion, in their most intense and concentrated expressions, are the ties that bind the eight works to be presented in Boulder Bach Festival’s […]

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