Tag Archives: Josephe Bologne

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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Can Music Co-Exist With Social Relevance?

A preview by Marc Shulgold Cynthia Katsarelis acknowledges that the title of her orchestra’s season-opening concert offers a unifying, uplifting theme: “Rainbow Strings! A Concert of Hope.” But then she offers a caution. “This is not a social statement program.” Maybe, maybe not. Once it become apparent, there’s no ignoring the music’s subtext when her […]

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Music for Midsummer: A Golden Evening for Baroque Music

Review by Elyn Joy Few would deny the strangeness of this past year. Through it, we’ve come to know well the feeling of isolation. We’ve learned how to reconcile the hidden, sequestered parts of ourselves with the human need for expression and connection—even if through the grate of Zoom-land. Likewise, some of the most gifted musicians of the Baroque era found themselves quarantined from the spotlit musical world (for other reasons, but still). Yet at the Colorado […]

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