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Ars Nova Presents a Chain of Inspiration

By Marc Shulgold For Tom Morgan, the concept for concerts by his chamber choir seems pretty straight forward. In fact the title of those concerts and name of his ensemble […]

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A Melodic Journey Through Love’s Follies

A Preview by Toni Tresca In the world of love, not every romance ends with ‘happily ever after.’ Despite what pop culture has drilled into us since we were children, […]

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A French Connection in the Rockies

A preview by Betsy Schwarm Ah, the best laid plans of mice and men – and musicians!  Invite a French-based string ensemble to Denver for a concert in 2020 with the […]

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MELODY AT CENTER OF SEICENTO FOUNDER’S FINAL CONCERT

Guest harpsichordist joins baroque vocal ensemble A preview by Kelly Dean Hansen, April 1, 2024 Evanne Browne started the Boulder-based Seicento Baroque Ensemble in 2011 to share her passion for […]

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Joan Szymko – Illuminating Poetry with Song

A preview by Marc Shulgold Glancing at the accomplishments of composer Joan Szymko, it’s no surprise that she emerged from an encouraging home environment. Born in Chicago in 1957 to […]

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Miguel Espinoza Fusion at Dazzle Denver

Review by Toni Tresca On a crisp evening in Denver, as the city brushed away the remnants of recent snow, Dazzle Denver came alive with a vibe that was anything […]

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A Farewell to Pro Musica Colorado

Preview by Marc Shulgold Cynthia Katsarelis spoke with enthusiasm as she discussed her Pro Musica Colorado’s season-ending chamber orchestra concert. She gave particular emphasis to the concluding work – a […]

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A Long and Windy Road

Preview by Mare Trevathan “The Wind”– a new musical by David Nehls. One performance only!Sunday, January 14 @ 2:00 pmSu Teatro, 721 Santa Fe Drive in Denver. Tickets $26. storiesonstage.org […]

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Rare Byrd with Seicento Baroque

A preview by Betsy Schwarm In this case, ‘Rare Byrd’ is not an unexpected avian visitor.  Rather, Seicento Baroque Ensemble – drawing its name from the 17th century – will […]

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BACH FESTIVAL RECORDING PROVIDES “PURE AUDIO”

CD Review by Kelly Dean Hansen During Zachary Carrettin’s ten-year tenure as music director, the Boulder Bach Festival gradually moved away from a compressed series of concerts in a single […]

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