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Story time with Milk and Cookies….for Grown Ups

A preview by Marc Shulgold As a child, Anthony Powell looked forward to a story at bedtime. And maybe some milk and a cookie to finish things off. “If you […]

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Ars Nova Sings About Love…for a Change

A preview by Marc Shulgold In these heavily political times, there seems to be no escaping commentaries on all sides of controversial social issues. Even in the concert hall. Composer […]

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Renowned Violinist Guzman to play Intimate Bach-Centered Longmont Program 

A preview by Kelly Dean Hansen Violinist Vadim Gluzman has performed with many of the world’s leading orchestras.  The Ukrainian-born Israeli violinist–recognized as one of today’s top performing artists–made an […]

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Love Changes Everything with Colorado Chamber Players

Preview Article by Betsy Schwarm, originally published in 2022 Re-published in January 2023: a virtual re-broadcast (no live performances) of the February 2022 “Love Changes Everything” program is available from […]

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Timeless and Today in a Single Program:  Pro Musica Colorado

Preview article by Betsy Schwarm The greatest music is timeless, still speaking to us generations later.  The best of current music acknowledges that timelessness, while also bringing something new to […]

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The Almond Trees in Bloom: Colorado Hebrew Chorale and Kol Nashim celebrate Tu B’Shvat

Preview article by Betsy Schwarm Fresh, new music – timeless hopes and dreams – a community gathered together to raise its voice in song:  surely, those are some of the […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theater’s Upcoming “Adaptation: A New Love Story”

A preview by Gwen Gray How does a performing arts organization tackle the heaviest, most existential topics of our times, do them justice, and entertain and delight audiences along the […]

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A review by Kelly Dean Hansen, Ph.D For much of its history, including the first years under music director Zachary Carrettin, the Boulder Bach Festival was a compressed event, with […]

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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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Good Day Sunshine with Stories on Stage

Preview by Nicolette Vajtay It’s springtime in Colorado, a time of renewal, a season of rebirth. As the earth wakes up from its winter of gloom, and communities around the world come back to life after the devastating pandemic, we could […]

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