Photo credits: Willie Petersen, Colin McKinley, Amanda Tipton
Barbara Hamilton, Artistic Director, Colorado Chamber Players, October 2020
The Colorado Chamber Players is thrilled to celebrate our 27th Season “Virtually Yours” with new friends, new projects and with YOU, our wonderful and loyal audience members. Due to the pandemic, all of our concerts will be performed virtually this season, until a safe vaccine makes it possible to present live concerts again.
We welcome Viola D’amore virtuoso Daniel Urbanowicz; Sarah Biber, Gamba and Baroque Cello; and Paul Primus, Harpsichord, for a gorgeous program “Beguiling Enchantment“, with music of Christian Pezold, Wilhem Ganzpekch, Tobias Hume, Josef Fuchs and Louis-Touissant Milandre on October 23, 2020, through Happy Hour Concerts.
We continue celebrating Beethoven’s 250th birthday in 2020, with our unique project Incessant Hum. Tune in for a virtual broadcast for Beethoven’s birthday on December 16, 2020! Jeffrey Neuman’s world premiere script is paired with Beethoven quartets, Archduke Trio and solo piano music, as we explore the emotional world Beethoven experienced after he lost most of his hearing.
We celebrate the music of Josephe de Bolougne (Le Mozart Noir), a mixed race composer/violinist who lived in the Caribbean and in France in the 1700’s, and was a colleague of Mozart. A virtual concert will occur in January 2020.
We are delighted to reschedule our 2020 concert with the dazzling young Italian violinist Simone Spadino, on February 13, 2021, in Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Bach’s A minor violin concerto.
We end the season in May 2021, with a rescheduled program of music by Ravel.
Join us for a thrilling 27th Season!
Click below to see our full calendar of performances.