Calendar of Early Music Events
Monday, 14 April
Lamont Early Music Ensemble
St. John Passion by Heinrich Schuetz
The performance will be Monday, April 14th, at 7pm in Evans Memorial Chapel (on the campus of the
University of Denver). Admission is free, and adjacent street parking is also free.
Friday & Saturday, 25 & 26 April
Saturday & Sunday, 26 & 27 April
Denver Early Music Consort with Danse Etoile Ballet
From Solomon's Court to the Ends of the Earth: Songs of the Sephardim
Yayoi Barrack, guest artistic director
Marie-Jose Payannet, choreographer
This program will include Sephardic music from India, Yemen, Turkey, Spain, Greece, and Morocco.
Amanda Balestrieri, soprano;
Yayoi Barrack, viol and vielle;
Marjorie Bunday, alto;
Eric Harbeson, percussion;
Linda Lunbeck, recorder;
Carla Sciaky, viol and rebec. To enhance the program, there will be dancers, as well
as slide projections of related art and architecture.
Saturday, April 26 at 7:30 pm
King Center Recital Hall, Auraria Campus
855 Lawrence Way
Tickets are $15 / $10 students & seniors, available only from the King Center Box Office, in advance or at the door - 303-556-2296, http://www.ahec.edu/kingcenter/boxoffice.htm .
Free parking is available for all Music events in the 7th Street Garage with your ticket stub, program, or voucher.
Sunday, April 27 at 4:00 pm
Congregation Har HaShem - South Building
3901 Pinon Drive
Tickets are $18 / $12 students & seniors at the door; advance purchase discounted tickets will be available online at www.denverearlymusic.org for $15/$10.
Monday, 28 April
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Early Music Ensemble Concert
The concert is at 7:30pm in the King Center Recital Hall on the Auraria Campus. Tickets are $5. Parking is free in the King Center Parking Garage at 7th and Lawrence. For more info contact the Department of Music at 303-556-3180.
The program will feature music for shawms, sackbut and cornetto, selections from Monteverdi’s "Scherzi Musicali," Medieval dances, and a wide variety of pieces played on a variety of period instruments.
Friday, 2 May
The Journey Inward: Boulder Bach Festival Artist Recital
Friday, May 2, 7:30 PM
First Congregational Church, 1128 Pine Street, Boulder
Lina Bahn, violin; Zachary Carrettin, viola; David Korevaar, piano
Join David Korevaar, Zachary Carrettin and Lina Bahn on a journey into a labyrinth of harmony and counterpoint. This intimate recital will take you through torrential cascades and silent mists of inspired sound.
Tickets: $30; Students $10; Child (with a paid adult ticket): $5
Saturday & Sunday, 3 & 4 May
The Renaissance Project May Concert Series
This spring concert features 8 inspiring motets and mass movements of the greatest English composer of the Renaissance, William Byrd. Please visit our website for more information!
When: Saturday May 3th 2014 at 7:30pm and Sunday, May 4th 2014 at 4:00pm
Where: Lyons Community Church, 350 Main Street, Lyons, CO (Sat) / Pine St. Church, 1237 Pine St, Boulder (Sun)
Cost: $10, $8 students/seniors at the door
For More Information: www.renaissanceprojectboulder.org
Friday, 9 May
Happy Hour Chamber Concerts presents:
A baroque string trio of Sandra Miller, Stacy Brady and Emily Bowman from BCOC
Epiphany Lutheran Church
790 South Corona Ave
6 pm - please see our website - happyhourconcerts.org for all details and tickets
Sunday, 11 May
Friday - Sunday, 16, 17 & 18 May
Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado Concert
Heart of the Baroque (Season Finale)
The orchestra expands to perform J.S. Bach’s incomparable Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 and Jean-Fery Rebel’s wildly innovative symphony depicting the creation of the world, Les Elemens.
Friday, 16 May at 7:30 pm
Saturday, 17 May at 7:30 pm
Bahai Center, Denver
Sunday, 18 May at 3:00 pm
PACE Center, Parker
Saturday, 17 May
Rocky Mountain Chapter of the VdGSA Play Day
St Andrews Presbyterian Church
Coach: Yayoi Barrack
Friday & Saturday, 30 & 31 May
Saturday, 7 June
Boulder Renaissance Consort
“It’s Mostly Isaac”
The Boulder Renaissance Consort presents “It’s Mostly Isaac” on Saturday, June 7, 7:30 p.m., at Grace Lutheran Church, 1001 13th St. (on the corner of 13th and Euclid on the Hill), Boulder. Suggested donation is $15, students and seniors $10.
The concert features vocal and instrumental music of the multi-faceted mid-Renaissance Flemish composer Heinrich Isaac and also includes pieces by his Spanish contemporary Juan del Encina and Isaac’s Flemish successor, two generations later, Orlando di Lasso.
Members of the Consort are John Bullock, Shirley Carnahan, Melody English, Josh McGirk, Anne Peterson, and Linda Sherman.
Monday - Friday, 9 - 13 June
BACH CAMP! Baroque Performance Practice Program
Monday, June 9 – Friday, June 13
Trinity Lutheran Church, 2200 Broadway, Boulder
This weeklong training event for serious students of all ages draws string players from across the county to be trained by baroque violin artist and teacher Zachary Carrettin and local baroque string players. The focus for the 2014 camp will be on baroque string techniques and the string orchestra. A public concert will presented at the conclusion of training week.
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