Baroque Road Trip: Summer Edition
August 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree – $70
Ready to travel this summer? Get out your passport and join the Colorado Chamber Players on a delightful musical journey through Rome, Paris, Amiens, London, Köthen, and Toledo!
Pictured above are our wonderful baroque musicians, clockwise from upper left: Barbara Hamilton, baroque viola and viola d’amore; Daniel Urbanowicz, baroque viola and viola d’amore; Sarah Graf, viola da gamba; Hannah Robbins, viola da gamba; Paul Primus, Harpsichord; Lily Primus, Harp; and Sarah Biber, viola da gamba and baroque cello.
Our short program will present the baroque “traveling composers”- Domenico Scarlatti, Federico Giardini, Carl Friedrich Abel, and Diego Ortiz. Louis de Caix d’Hervelois and Johann Sebastian Bach stayed in their own countries. European baroque music will fill the summer night with joy and the delights of travel. Come join us for a splendid and celebratory concert, with beautiful acoustics and air-conditioning at First Universalist Church!
You are welcome to just attend the concert. We also will have a reception after the concert with hors d’oeuvres, dessert, and wine and beers that are paired with the region or country of each composer, for an extra fee.
*Please note ticket prices, and click here to register:
$25 for concert only
$40 for concert and reception
$70 when you buy two tickets to the concert and reception
Children 12 and under are free
*Masks required during the concert. Masks optional at the reception.