Love comes in so many forms, and exists between so many different kinds of people. The Colorado Chamber Players celebrate the Valentine’s weekend with music about passionate love; spiritual love; love of family; tragic love; eternal love; disappearing love; and more. Indulge in gorgeous music of Bach, Brahms, Gershwin, Monnet, Mozart, Koday and others.
Join Colorado Chamber Players musicians and beloved guests, including Beth Vanderborgh, John Fadial, Barbara Hamilton, Paul Primus, Andrew Cooperstock, Bill Terwilliger, Dan Urbanowicz, Josh Baker, Emily Levin, Lily Primus, Gwenyth Aggeler, Alice Chuaqui Baldwin, Kathryn Radakovich, and Sarah Biber.
Purchase tickets $5-25) by clicking here.
Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967), Duo for Violin and Cello, op. 7, mvt. 1, Allegro serioso, non troppo, John Fadial, Violin and Beth Vanderborgh, Cello
J.S. Bach-Grandjany, Etude no. 3 (arranged by Grandjany from BWV 1002, Sarabande from solo Violin Partita in B Minor), Lily Primus, Harp
William Tisdale, Pavana Chromatica, Mrs Katherin Tregians Paven, from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, c. 1610, Alice Chuaqui Baldwin, Harpsichord
W.A. Mozart, from Duo for Violin and Viola in G Major K.423 , Adagio, arr. For Viola and Bassoon by Dan Urbanowicz, with Dan Urbanowicz, Viola and Josh Baker, Bassoon
Marguerite Monnet: Hymne à l’amour (Édith Piaf, Hymn to Love), Gwenyth Aggeler, Guitar
Marin Marais La Reveuse (a Woman Dreaming), Sarah Biber, Bass Viola da gamba
Johannes Brahms, Intermezzo op. 118 no. 2 (arranged and edited by Emily Levin), Emily Levin, Harp
George Gershwin, Girl Crazy Suite III: Embraceable You, with William Terwilliger, Violin and Andrew Cooperstock, Piano
Bob Wills/Mark O’Connor: Faded Love, arr. For Two Violins, with Barbara Hamilton and Paul Primus, Violins
K. Radakovich: It’s Love, Kathryn Radakovich, Soprano and Piano
Burt Bacharach: What the World Needs Now is Love Sweet Love, Kathryn Radakovich, Soprano and Piano
Once you purchase your ticket online, you’ll get a link to the concert, and a reminder link one hour before the concert starts. See you virtually!
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Partita in A major for viola d’amore and continuo – Christian Pezold (1677-1733)
Ah, que l‘amore , solo viola d’amore – Louis-Toussaint Milandre (c 1756 – c 1776)
Galanterie #21, solo viola d’amore – Franz Götz/Josef Fuchs (1755 – 1815)
Tablature solo, Viola da Gamba: Love’s Farewell – Tobias Hume (1569 – 1645)
Overture for 2 Violas d’amore and continuo – Wilhelm Ganspekch (1691 – 1770)
For the 2020/2021 season, Happy Hour Chamber Concerts is going online.
Like many other parts of our life in the pandemic we are, you might say, building the airplane while we’re flying it.
We know that nothing compares to musicians and appreciative audiences together for live performance,
but we are doing the best we can to create an experience of Early Music that can help support artists during the pandemic
and give our audience a couple of hours of enjoyment.
We appreciate your patience and support while we develop this online experience for you!
Colorado Chamber Players presents a world premiere of a new music/theatre hybrid, with a script by Jeffrey Neuman, directed by Mare Trevathan. Today’s concert WILL provide ASL interpretation for the deaf and hard of hearing. The Canyon Theatre is handicapped accessible, but does not offer assistive listening devices.
As the world celebrates the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven, we explore the emotional world that Beethoven experienced, as he lost his hearing and ability to perform as a pianist and conductor. Two actors, Chris Kendall and Chelsea Frye, perform Neuman’s script, along with excerpts from late works by Beethoven. Directed by Mare Trevathan.
Colorado Chamber Players presents a world premiere of a new music/theatre hybrid, with a script by Jeffrey Neuman, directed by Mare Trevathan.
As the world celebrates the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven, we explore the emotional world that Beethoven experienced, as he lost his hearing and ability to perform as a pianist and conductor. Two actors, Chris Kendall and Chelsea Frye, perform Neuman’s script, along with excerpts from late works by Beethoven. Directed by Mare Trevathan. Please note: this venue is not handicapped accessible nor do we offer assistive listening devices for this performance.
Tonight’s performance is a gala fundraiser for the Colorado Chamber Players at Opus Two Hall, with a performance, heavy appetizers, and wine. Appetizers will be served at 6:30 pm, performance begins at 7 pm. Tickets are now available from Brown Paper Tickets.