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November

Friday, 14 November

    Happy Hour Chamber Concerts
    Ann Marie Morgan and Yayoi Barrack, violas da gamba

    This concert has been postponed. It will be rescheduled for the spring.

Monday, 17 November

    MSU Denver Early Music Ensemble
    King Center Recital Hall, 7:30 p.m.
    Featuring the music of Michael Praetorius and early 17th century Christmas music for voices and period instruments
    $5

Saturday, 22 November

    Peter Schimpf, lute and theorbo
    2 p.m. at Denver Public Library, Schlessman Hall
    Featuring music by Kapsberger, Piccinini, Castaldi, Vallet, and more
    Free

Saturday & Sunday, 22 & 23 November

    The Renaissance Project
    Spanish Masters: Victoria, Morales, Y Mas!

    Saturday, 22 November - 7:30 PM - Rejoice Lutheran Church in Erie
    Sunday, 23 November - 4:00 PM - Pine Street Church in Boulder

    See more at: http://www.renaissanceprojectboulder.org/

Saturday & Sunday, 22 & 23 November

    Sémplice
    "We've Got Your Bach"
    Sémplice (SEM-plee-chay) is excited to announce their November concert! “We’ve Got Your Bach” will be an offering of music by the great baroque master himself, Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), as well as selections by his musical relatives. Most of the program will consist of his lesser known works, some rearranged from their original settings. We hope you enjoy this unique patchwork of Bach, Bach, and more Bach, delivered in Sémplice’s relaxed and informal style, complete with baroque stories and trivia! See www.semplicebaroque.com or call 720-255-6108.

    Miriam Rosenblum, recorder
    Carla Sciaky, baroque violin
    Bennett Cohen, lute and theorbo
    Elinor Saragoussi, viola da gamba

    Details:

    Saturday, November 22, 7:30 pm
    Epiphany Lutheran Church
    790 South Corona Street
    Denver, CO 80209

    Sunday, November 23, 4:00 pm
    Community United Church of Christ
    2650 Table Mesa Drive
    Boulder, CO 80305

    $15 general admission
    $6 students/children

December

Tuesday, 2 December

    MSU Denver Early Music Ensemble
    Dazzle, 7 p.m. (part of their Classical Tuesdays series)
    Featuring the music of Michael Praetorius and early 17th century Christmas music for voices and period instruments
    $15

2015

January

Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 9 - 11 January

    Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado
    The Story of Jephte

    Giacomo Carissimi’s exquisite Historia di Jephte tells the heart-wrenching biblical tale of Jephte, who must fulfill his vow to sacrifice his daughter in return for victory in battle. With the spotlight on an expanded BCOC continuo ensemble, six guest vocalists join us for this landmark 1648 oratorio and other musical gems from the Italian Settecento.

    Friday, 9 January at 7:30 pm
    Presented by Grand County Concert Series
    Church of the Eternal Hills
    100 Meadows Blvd., CR 515, Tabernash, Colorado 80478

    Saturday, 10 January at 7:30 pm
    Sunday, 11 January at 3:00 pm
    St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
    2015 Glenarm Pl., Denver, Colorado 80205

    See more at: http://www.bcocolorado.org/

Friday, 14 November

    Happy Hour Chamber Concerts
    Ann Marie Morgan, cello and viola da gamba

    Ann Marie Morgan will present an hour of music for solo cello and viola da gamba. - See more at: http://happyhourconcerts.org

    Epiphany Lutheran Church, 790 South Corona Street, Denver at 6 p.m

February

Saturday & Sunday, 14 & 15 February

    Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado
    Marie
    Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violinist-leader with Wonderbound

    After their collaborative production of A Dangerous Liaison in 2012, the Baroque Chamber Orchestra and Wonderbound immediately began to parley about their next adventure. Marie dives into the social, political, and romantic complexities surrounding Marie Antoinette . . . through a decidedly contemporary lens. An enticing marriage of art forms, with world-premiere choreography and music of Rameau, Gluck, Leclair, and Biber, plus original improvisations!

    Saturday, 14 February at 7:30 pm
    Sunday, 15 February at 2:00 pm
    Parker Arts Culture & Events Center
    20000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker, Colorado 80138
    303-805-6800

    See more at: http://www.bcocolorado.org/

Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 20 - 22 February

    Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado
    Marie
    Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violinist-leader with Wonderbound

    After their collaborative production of A Dangerous Liaison in 2012, the Baroque Chamber Orchestra and Wonderbound immediately began to parley about their next adventure. Marie dives into the social, political, and romantic complexities surrounding Marie Antoinette . . . through a decidedly contemporary lens. An enticing marriage of art forms, with world-premiere choreography and music of Rameau, Gluck, Leclair, and Biber, plus original improvisations!

    Friday, 20 February at 7:30 pm
    Saturday, 21 February at 7:30 pm
    Sunday, 22 February at 2:00 pm
    Performing Arts Complex at PCS
    1001 W. 84th Ave., Denver, Colorado 80260
    303-450-3985, ext. 4000

    See more at: http://www.bcocolorado.org/

Saturday & Sunday, 21 & 22 February

    The Renaissance Project
    Tongue in Cheek: The Flip Side of Renaissance Greats

    Saturday, 21 February - 7:30 PM - Lyons Community Church in Lyons
    Sunday, 22 February - 4:00 PM - Pine Street Church in Boulder

    See more at: http://www.renaissanceprojectboulder.org/

March

No events scheduled at this time.

April

No events scheduled at this time.

May

Saturday & Sunday, 16 & 17 May

    Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado
    Friends and Rivals
    Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violinist-leader

    Handel, Telemann, and J.S. Bach: were they friends or rivals . . . or a little of both? Our season finale features superb works by these contrasting 18th-century masters, interwoven with stories of their intriguing interactions. Handel’s Concerto Grosso in F major; Telemann’s Concerto for Recorder and Flute; and Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 2 (version for strings and continuo). David Rutherford from CPR Classical joins us as host, providing stories and commentary.

    Saturday, 16 May at 7:30 PM
    Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church
    1980 Dahlia St., Denver, Colorado 80220

    Sunday, 17 May at 3:00 PM
    Wellshire Presbyterian Church
    2999 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver, Colorado 80222

    See more at: http://www.bcocolorado.org/

Saturday & Sunday, 23 & 24 May

    The Renaissance Project
    Voices Through the Ages: A Mix of Old and New

    Saturday, 23 May - 7:30 PM - Rejoice Lutheran Church in Erie
    Sunday, 24 May - 4:00 PM - Pine Street Church in Boulder

    See more at: http://www.renaissanceprojectboulder.org/


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