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Achieving Zoomness: Performing Arts Online

A preview by Betsy Schwarm, January 13, 2021 It is at times like those of the past ten months that the performing arts can mean the most.  Not only is it a chance to gather together in a shared artistic experience, it is also a reminder of the marvelous things that mankind can create, especially […]

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Ars Nova Sings Together and Apart

A preview By Marc Shulgold Tom Morgan has one goal in mind for the Ars Nova Singers’ upcoming performance on Youtube. “I want our audience to get an Ars Nova experience,” the chamber choir’s director stressed. An admirable goal. And it may happen – but that experience will be like no other. At 7 p.m. […]

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The Earthquake Mass: Music of the Renaissance

The colossal “Earthquake Mass” by French composer Antoine Brumel is a rare and astounding choral composition for 12 distinct voices, called “one of the most breathtaking outbursts of the Renaissance imagination” by the arts critic at The Independent. Ars Nova Singers celebrates this vibrant music in three performances in the Denver/Boulder area, along with four other […]

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The Earthquake Mass: Music of the Renaissance

The colossal “Earthquake Mass” by French composer Antoine Brumel is a rare and astounding choral composition for 12 distinct voices, called “one of the most breathtaking outbursts of the Renaissance imagination” by the arts critic at The Independent. Ars Nova Singers celebrates this vibrant music in three performances in the Denver/Boulder area, along with four other […]

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The Earthquake Mass: Music of the Renaissance

The colossal “Earthquake Mass” by French composer Antoine Brumel is a rare and astounding choral composition for 12 distinct voices, called “one of the most breathtaking outbursts of the Renaissance imagination” by the arts critic at The Independent. Ars Nova Singers celebrates this vibrant music in three performances in the Denver/Boulder area, along with four other […]

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Ars Nova Singers present Intermezzo! with Stratus Chamber Orchestra

Ars Nova Singers opens its 34th concert season on October 4, 5, and 6 with three performances in collaboration with Denver’s Stratus Chamber Orchestra (David Rutherford, conductor). Intermezzo! will be presented in Boulder and Denver: Friday, October 4, 2019 – First Plymouth Congregational Church, 3501 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver (7:30pm) Saturday, October 5, 2019 – […]

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Ars Nova Singers present Intermezzo! with Stratus Chamber Orchestra

Ars Nova Singers opens its 34th concert season on October 4, 5, and 6 with three performances in collaboration with Denver’s Stratus Chamber Orchestra (David Rutherford, conductor). Intermezzo! will be presented in Boulder and Denver: Friday, October 4, 2019 – First Plymouth Congregational Church, 3501 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver (7:30pm) Saturday, October 5, 2019 – […]

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Ars Nova Singers present Intermezzo! with Stratus Chamber Orchestra

Ars Nova Singers opens its 34th concert season on October 4, 5, and 6 with three performances in collaboration with Denver’s Stratus Chamber Orchestra (David Rutherford, conductor). Intermezzo! will be presented in Boulder and Denver: Friday, October 4, 2019 – First Plymouth Congregational Church, 3501 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver (7:30pm) Saturday, October 5, 2019 – […]

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Shake Your Ears Loose with the Earthquake Mass

Preview by Ruth L. Carver A piece nicknamed the “Earthquake Mass” would hardly seem capable of transporting a listener to a peaceful, transcendent place…yet that is just what Ars Nova Singers hope to do in their upcoming concerts. This rarely performed piece by Renaissance master Antoine Brumel will gently yet insistently tug the audience from […]

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Sacred Jazz with Ars Nova Singers

A review by Betsy Schwarm The excellent Ars Nova Singers have long been one of the most adventurous ensembles in the region, with a repertoire ranging from the Renaissance to music of current composers. The ensemble’s October concerts this year brought out yet one more side of Ars Nova’s expressive voice: Sacred Jazz. In his […]

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