Our season concludes on April 29 with another world premiere, this time by the 2022 CU Composition Competition winner, Jessie Lausé. Two members of the celebrated Takàcs String Quartet, Harumi […]
Transfigured Night, and Mozart, too: Pro Musica Colorado
Preview by Betsy Schwarm For its season finale concert, set for Saturday, April 29, Pro Musica Colorado will offer a program linking to its mission to evoke “the full range […]
Following stunning performances at BBF’s 2022 Festival Week, Mina Gajić, YuEun Kim, and Coleman Itzkoff are reunited in a program that compares and contrasts the mystical Byzantine influence in the […]
Through the Looking Glass
On January 28, Pro Musica welcomes cellist Meta Weiss to the stage for Haydn’s lively Cello Concerto in C. Haydn was the inspiration for the piece that begins the program, […]
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 […]
FESTIVAL WEEK: Next Generations
Next Generations explores works by later composers and features a rare 19th century Érard concert grand piano in pristine condition. The instrument traveled from Amsterdam to Boulder and offers a […]
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, […]
Healing with Mozart and Pro Musica
Given the events and moods of the past two years, all of us could benefit from some healing. In its Boulder County concerts of February 4 and 5, the Pro […]
“Spring” Colorado Concert Film
Usher in the Spring on J.S. Bach’s birthday with Boulder Bach Festival’s “Spring” Colorado Concert Film, featuring the music of Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven, and hear one of Colorado’s most […]
Love Sweet Love, February 14 @4pm
The Colorado Chamber Players celebrate the Valentine’s weekend with music about passionate love; spiritual love; love of family; tragic love; eternal love; disappearing love; and more.
The Firebird burns brightly, with Ballet Ariel
Review by Betsy Schwarm In the world of classical music, The Firebird is a familiar title, though perhaps more as an orchestral suite...
Taking Flight: The Falcon as Theater and Chamber Music
Preview by Betsy Schwarm Spoken words, stage action, live music, an engaging story of an imaginative child and her personal superhero: what more could...
Flamenco Fusion “Gabriella” Album Review
By Adam Goldstein Miguel Espinoza summoned up some very vivid imagery to describe his approach to music during his appearance at Swallow Hill Music in...