Tag Archives: JS Bach

Baroque Gems rebroadcast, Colorado Chamber Players

Did you miss our September 20th zoom concert? Good news- you can view it online through October 3rd. It’s still FREE. With Sarah Biber, Barbara Hamilton, Jennifer Carpenter and Paul Primus. Music of William Flackton, Johann David Heinichen, JS Bach, CPE Bach, Tobias Hume, GP Telemann and Hildegard von Bingen. Thank you Arapahoe Libraries and […]

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Wild Things: Music of Springtime

Given the theme ‘Music of Springtime:’ many ensembles would choose Vivaldi.  Not the Colorado Chamber Players! Given the additional presence of ‘Wild Things,’ is there perhaps also The Rite of Spring?  Not in a chamber music concert, though the CCP did invite bassoonist Josh Baker to remind listeners of that infamous ballet’s opening theme.  In […]

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J.S. BACH’S GOLDBERG VARIATIONS WITH ANGELA HEWITT: Boulder Bach Festival

Of all the piano soloists in the history of the instrument, one has garnered the undisputed reputation for her mastery of J.S. Bach’s oeuvre: Ms. Hewitt performs in Boulder for the first time, on a Fazioli concert grand piano. “I know of no musician whose Bach playing on any instrument is of greater subtlety, beauty […]

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SECRET GARDEN: Boulder Bach Festival & COmpass Resonance Ensemble

COmpass Resonance Ensemble, our CoRE of resident musical artists performs works of extreme beauty composed by Schmelzer, Rosenmüller, Marini, Salomone Rossi, Francesca Caccini, and J.S. Bach. Carrettín collaborates with small and large ensembles in vocal and instrumental chamber music culminating in our 15-piece baroque orchestra with CoRE soloists.

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PHILOSOPHER’S STONE: Boulder Bach Festival

39th Season Opening! Distinct, poetic, and rarely-heard works by Buxtehude, Piani, Pandolfi, Stradella, Couperin, and J.S. Bach. Ian Watson, harpsichord Associate Director, Händel+Haydn Society Guy Fishman, cello Principal Cellist, Händel+Haydn Society Zachary Carrettín, violin Music Director, Boulder Bach Festival & COmpass Resonance Ensemble

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That’s D’amore! Baroque music with Colorado Chamber Players, McNichols Civic Center

Colorado Chamber Players welcome Baroque musicians Matthew Dane, Barbara Hamilton (Violas D’amore), Ann Marie Morgan (viola da gamba), Eric Wicks (harpsichord) and Daniel Hutchings (tenor) as they continue celebrating the CCP’s 25th Anniversary Season, with a Baroque program featuring the mysterious Viola D’amore- a resonating instrument with 14 strings! The D’amore has 7 upper strings […]

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Thats Damore: Colorado Chamber Players at McNichols Civic Center

Colorado Chamber Players welcome Baroque musicians Matthew Dane, Barbara Hamilton (Violas D’amore), Ann Marie Morgan (viola da gamba), Eric Wicks (harpsichord) and Daniel Hutchings (tenor) as they continue celebrating the CCP’s 25th Anniversary Season, with a Baroque program featuring the mysterious Viola D’amore- a resonating instrument with 14 strings! The D’amore has 7 upper strings […]

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That’s D’amore! with Colorado Chamber Players

Preview article by Betsy Schwarm   The viola d’amore may be the white tiger of the fine music world: remarkably beautiful, but startlingly rare. Even those who are well familiar with the standard variety may have never seen and heard one in person – let alone two of them at once. That one of those […]

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Bach’s “Brandenburgs” – A Late Evening on Early Instruments

A review by Marc Shulgold  A list of Greatest Hits from the Baroque would be incomplete without Vivaldi’s tuneful “Four Seasons” and Bach’s brilliant “Brandenburg” Concertos. It’s not unusual to see the Italian composer’s quartet of violin concertos served up on a concert program. But an evening devoted to all of Bach’s glorious “Brandenburgs” is […]

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Seicento Baroque Ensemble presents From Luther to Bach: Music of the Reformation

Come explore the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, which introduced new types of music, including chorales like those composed by Martin Luther that began the shift from Latin to the vernacular and inspired the music of J.S. Bach nearly 200 years later. Our concert will highlight the German school of musicians of the late Renaissance into […]

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