Tag Archives: Timothy Krueger

After the Pilgrimage with St. Martin’s Chamber Choir

A preview by Betsy Schwarm After the Pilgrimage:  The Journey Home – that’s a program title that one might interpret in several ways.  Chronologically speaking, these late May performances by […]

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St. Martin’s Voices of Nature

Preview by Betsy Schwarm One full year into social distancing, many of us have wearied of gazing at computer screens.  If, perchance, it would take a compelling reason to return […]

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A Celestial ‘Requiem’ for a Solemn Occasion

A review by Marc Shulgold   Sadly, the glorious sacred works of Renaissance brothers Giovanni and Felice Anerio have all but faded away in the passage of time. But their […]

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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir presents “Remembrance and Redemption: Howells, Finzi and Wilberg”

Herbert Howells never quite fully recovered from the death of his 9-year-old son Michael in 1935. The outpouring of music that helped the father deal with his crushing grief is […]

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Krueger and St. Martin’s Choir: Thinking Big

A preview by Marc Shulgold What’s in a name? In the case of Timothy J. Krueger’s first name, apparently not much. The choral conductor chuckled as he pointed out that […]

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A magical choral pairing: St. Martin’s Chamber Choir and Santa Fe Desert Chorale

A review by Ruth L. Carver On February 24, Denver’s St. Martin’s Chamber Choir hosted the Santa Fe Desert Chorale in a joint concert as they passed through the Mile High […]

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Fall Choral Music Preview: Lift Your Voices in Song!

A preview by Marc Shulgold Scen3 fall choral music preview Kids are back in the classroom, Broncos fans are sporting their orange jerseys. The Rockies are in the National League […]

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St. Martin’s Chamber Choir: Celtic Echoes

A review by Robin McNeil Friday evening, February 7, I attended the St. Martin’s Chamber Choir performance entitled, Celtic Echoes. The program consisted of British Folksongs and Partsongs, several of […]

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