Tag Archives: Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra

Transfigured Night

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 […]

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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, […]

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Apotheosis of the Dance

The first concert of the season spotlights Florence Price’s Piano Concerto in One Movement. As the first African American female composer to have a symphony performed by a major orchestra, […]

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Apotheosis of the Dance: Pro Musica Colorado

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Theoretically, to be the ‘apotheosis of the dance,’ dancers should be involved.  Not in this case!  It’s an all-instrumental concert to be presented November 19 […]

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Joy! Tchaikovsky, Bach, and Dvorak

A program of beloved music on a Sunday afternoon! Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 2 is a collection of popular dance forms such as the Sarabande, the Bourée, and Minuet, alongside […]

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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 […]

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Rainbow Strings with Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra

Rainbow Strings! A Concert of Hope! Join us for a program that brings joy and hope featuring great music by LGBTQ+ and BIPOC composers including Tchaikovsky’s beloved Serenade for Strings. Violin […]

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Rainbow Strings with Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra

Rainbow Strings! A Concert of Hope! Join us for a program that brings joy and hope featuring great music by LGBTQ+ and BIPOC composers including Tchaikovsky’s beloved Serenade for Strings. Violin soloist […]

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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 […]

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Pro Musica in “Cyberspace”

A review by Marc Shulgold Cynthia Katsarelis could barely contain her joy, as she began the concert by her Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra on Saturday. “We are so, so […]

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