COmpass REsonance instrumental & vocal artists present several baroque genres in our 42nd season final concert. Paul Miller returns—with his viola d’amore; Adam Ewing sings one of JSB’s few works […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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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