Tag Archives: Renaissance

Singing in Zoom Time – Streaming Becomes a New Art for Ars Nova

By Marc Shulgold Yes, we know: The past year has been tough for performing arts groups forced to cancel concerts, find new revenue sources and struggle to stay afloat. But most have survived (so far). Thank goodness, the wonderful Ars Nova Singers have weathered the pandemic storm – a fact demonstrated in a sort-of retrospective […]

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Ars Nova Singers present Brumel’s “Earthquake” Mass

A Rarely Performed Masterpiece from the Renaissance Comes to Life: Ars Nova Presents The “Earthquake” Mass For 33 years, Boulder’s Ars Nova Singers has been recognized for presenting vibrant programs of unusual works from the distant past and modern times. This program features one of the most breathtaking outbursts of the Renaissance imagination, the colossal […]

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Ars Nova Singers present Brumel’s “Earthquake” Mass

A Rarely Performed Masterpiece from the Renaissance Comes to Life: Ars Nova Presents The “Earthquake” Mass For 33 years, Boulder’s Ars Nova Singers has been recognized for presenting vibrant programs of unusual works from the distant past and modern times. This program features one of the most breathtaking outbursts of the Renaissance imagination, the colossal […]

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Mad Madrigals with Seicento Baroque – March 2018

Preview article by Betsy Schwarm Boulder-based Seicento Baroque specializes in choral music of the 16th century. Last fall, that focus was expressed in a 500th anniversary commemoration of the Reformation. This spring, the ensemble takes up the secular side of the equation: similarly intricate layers of voices, but significantly higher spirits. The program, to be […]

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