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Seicento Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary 

A review by Marc Shulgold The concert’s title alliteratively promised “Magnificent Magnificats,” and indeed, the Baroque ensemble Seicento delivered. To celebrate a decade of music-making, the group, led by artistic […]

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Magnificent Magnificats by Master Composers of the Baroque

To celebrate their 10th Anniversary season, Boulder’s Seicento Baroque Ensemble will perform three concerts- April 22-24. The program will showcase J.S. Bach’s glorious Magnificat in Eb (the rarely performed original […]

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Magnificent Magnificats by Master Composers of the Baroque

To celebrate their 10th Anniversary season, Boulder’s Seicento Baroque Ensemble will perform three concerts- April 22-24. The program will showcase J.S. Bach’s glorious Magnificat in Eb (the rarely performed original […]

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Baroque Confections from Seicento Baroque Ensemble

A review by Betsy Schwarm Photo credits: Britt Ripley “The show must go on:” a time-worn mantra that doesn’t allow for global pandemics.  From the Berlin Philharmonic to jazz ensembles at brew pubs, live music […]

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Airs and Graces: Song and Dance in the French Baroque: EVENT CANCELLED

Artistic Director Amanda Balestrieri conducts a showcase of vocal and dance music from the French baroque courts. Baroque dancer Elena Mullins from Chicago will perform in period costume, tenor Alex […]

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Airs and Graces: Song & Dance in the French Baroque: EVENT CANCELLED

Artistic Director Amanda Balestrieri conducts a showcase of vocal and dance music from the French baroque courts. Baroque dancer Elena Mullins from Chicago will perform in period costume, tenor Alex […]

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Discovering Musical Treasures of the Baroque

A preview by Marc Shulgold The century-and-a-half known as the Baroque Era (1600-1750) has its undisputed musical superstars: Bach, Handel and Vivaldi. As great as they were, and as often […]

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