Tag Archives: Saint-Saens

Delectable Delights for Strings: Macarons de Paris

January 4, 2021 A preview by Betsy Schwarm                    Imagine a sandwich cookie with cream filling.  Now set aside that vision of Oreos and instead think of Parisian macarons:  lighter, brighter, and infinitely more elegant than Oreos.  It’s the Parisian cookie, rather than the American one, which best suits the Colorado Chamber Players online recital of […]

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Arapahoe Philharmonic presents Danza Final

Maurice Ravel: La Valse Alberto Ginastera: Four Dances from Estancia Ottorino Respighi: Ancient Airs and Dances Suite No. 1 Florence Price: Dances in the Canebrakes Johannes Brahms: Select Hungarian Dances Camille Saint-Saëns: Bacchanale, from Samson and Delilah Pre-concert talk with Conductor Devin Patrick Hughes at 6:45 p.m. Children’s Corner for kids of all ages at […]

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ART OF DUO: Boulder Bach Festival & COmpass Resonance Ensemble

Works by Saint-Saens, Liszt, Franck, and J.S. Bach. Top Prize winners of Boulder International Chamber Music Competition 2018 travel from Warsaw for this splendid program featuring accordionist Iwo Jedynecki and pianist Aleksander Krzyżanowski. COmpass Resonance Ensemble joins the duo for a double concerto by J.S. Bach in a special transcription for this event.

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Evergreen Chamber Orchestra’s Fall Masterworks Concerts

The Evergreen Chamber Orchestra’s Fall Concerts feature our wonderful chamber music coach Katharine Knight playing Saint Saens’ Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor. Bookending this beautiful virtuoso display piece will be Respighi’s colorful Ancient Airs and Dances and one of Mozart’s many masterpieces, Symphony No. 35. Gain an inside perspective of the music before […]

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Evergreen Chamber Orchestra’s Fall Masterworks Concerts

The Evergreen Chamber Orchestra’s Fall Concerts feature our wonderful chamber music coach Katharine Knight playing Saint Saens’ Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor. Bookending this beautiful virtuoso display piece will be Respighi’s colorful Ancient Airs and Dances and one of Mozart’s many masterpieces, Symphony No. 35. Gain an inside perspective of the music before […]

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Lillpopp Leads a Better, Bolder Boulder Band

A preview by Marc Shulgold Maybe the Weather Gods will be kinder to the Boulder Concert Band this time around. “We got snowed out at our winter program last February,” recalled the group’s conductor, Peter Lillpopp. “We’ll just hope for the best.” It’s hard work, putting a one-time concert together, such as the Boulder Concert […]

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