Tag Archives: Ysmael Reyes

Boulder Bach Fest Ends on a High Note

A review by Marc Shulgold Heartfelt words of gratitude from the stage, warm waves of applause from a sizable audience – and, as usual, first-rate musicianship from first note to […]

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FESTIVAL WEEK: Voices of the Chamber

Voices of the Chamber focuses on intimate chamber music performed by some of our nation’s most insightful interpreters of baroque music. Trio sonatas by Isabella Leonarda, Giovanni Legrenzi, and Dario […]

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FESTIVAL WEEK: Contemporaneous Concertos

Contemporaneous Concertos opens Festival Week with a display of phenomenal examples of solo concerto and concerto grosso genres. Ysmael Reyes performs the Colorado premiere of a recently rediscovered concerto by Telemann—on […]

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BOULDER BACH: FESTIVAL WEEK

In May of 2022 we offer Festival Week, a celebration of J.S. Bach’s music alongside contemporaries and later composers. The venue is Boulder’s historic First Congregational Church. The wood floors […]

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BACH FESTIVAL WEEK OPENS WITH INSPIRED CONCERTO PROGRAM

A review by Kelly Dean Hansen, Ph.D For much of its history, including the first years under music director Zachary Carrettin, the Boulder Bach Festival was a compressed event, with […]

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“Spring” Colorado Concert Film

Usher in the Spring on J.S. Bach’s birthday with Boulder Bach Festival’s “Spring” Colorado Concert Film, featuring the music of Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven, and hear one of Colorado’s most […]

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Boulder Bach Festival Review: From London with Love

A Review by Gwen Gray (Photo credits from Broomfield Auditorium: Opus Zero) Few have ever claimed that love is a singular emotion. It can be patient, blind, ill-fated, all-consuming, unrequited, […]

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