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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 […]

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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 than as a choreographed work. Ballet Ariel’s spring production […]

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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 one desire of a theatrical experience, […]

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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 December. During that dynamic Denver […]

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Women’s Voices and a Very Good Cause:  Kol Nashim

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Founded in 2013, Kol Nashim is an all-women’s chorus affiliated with the Colorado Hebrew Chorale.  The chorus’ name is a Hebrew phrase meaning ‘women’s voice.’  […]

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Story time with Milk and Cookies….for Grown Ups

A preview by Marc Shulgold As a child, Anthony Powell looked forward to a story at bedtime. And maybe some milk and a cookie to finish things off. “If you […]

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Ars Nova Sings About Love…for a Change

A preview by Marc Shulgold In these heavily political times, there seems to be no escaping commentaries on all sides of controversial social issues. Even in the concert hall. Composer […]

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Renowned Violinist Guzman to play Intimate Bach-Centered Longmont Program 

A preview by Kelly Dean Hansen Violinist Vadim Gluzman has performed with many of the world’s leading orchestras.  The Ukrainian-born Israeli violinist–recognized as one of today’s top performing artists–made an […]

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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 […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theater’s Upcoming “Adaptation: A New Love Story”

A preview by Gwen Gray How does a performing arts organization tackle the heaviest, most existential topics of our times, do them justice, and entertain and delight audiences along the […]

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