A Valentine from our full BCOC orchestra with leader Cynthia Freivogel as soloist. Music shaped by the heart from Bach, Handel, Vivaldi ~ including selections with guest artists Broken Box Mime Theater, bringing images of Romance and Memory.
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.
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.
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.
Streaming May 21-31. Our full orchestra comes together for an exuberant program of gems by two contrasting innovators of Baroque music — Vivaldi and Handel. Featuring Cynthia Freivogel violin soloist. Purchase tickets from our website, BCOcolorado.org https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=123048
Our Fall Concerts feature ECO’s principal violist and founding member Wanda Beck performing Telemann’s Concerto for Viola in G Major. Other pieces include Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony, Barber’s legendary Adagio for Strings, and Haydn’s Symphony No. 100 in G Major, “Military”. Please note the later performance time.
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 upcoming “With Love from London,” set to debut on Valentine’s Day. The program is brimming with tantalizing Purcell, Vivaldi and Händel selections, and a little-known […]
George Frideric Handel Messiah The evolution of the spirit of classical music takes flight! Handel’s Messiah, which includes the famous Hallelujah Chorus, is a Christmas tradition not to be missed! Handel presented this work annually as a fundraiser for an orphanage. In this charitable tradition, Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra and Boulder Chamber Chorale, with artistic director, Dr. Vicki […]
Preview article by Betsy Schwarm Christmas choral concerts come in many varieties. Some are packed with familiar carols and songs, giving audience members the opportunity to join in the singing. Others, focusing on music requiring more developed technique, are likely better suited for listening than for singing along, but […]
A preview by Marc Shulgold “It’s a very eclectic mix,” says the ever-understated Frank Nowell, about the program served up March 17 and 18 by his Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado. “Eclectic,” indeed, is an understatement. Oh, there’s some Handel, Vivaldi and Geminiani, as expected. These masters of the Baroque Era pop up frequently in […]
A preview by Marc Shulgold The Grand Duke of Tuscany, Ferdinand I de’ Medici, and Christina of Lorraine were married in Florence in May, 1589, and...
A preview by Betsy Schwarm “Liebe macht das Lied unsterblich!” = “Love makes the song (or melody) immortal!” The exclamation point is on the...