BCOC News

BCOC Announces 2017-2018 Season

The Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado is pleased to announce our 2017-2018 subscription season, including four major programs, with ten performances at five different venues in the metropolitan Denver area. The four subscription programs are The Glories of Venice, Arcangelo’s Circle, The Muse Project, and The Complete Brandenburg Concertos. Season subscriptions are now available, at a 15% discount over individual tickets.

View the season at a glance brochure and a subscription form.

Order a subscription on-line.

New Executive Director

We are very pleased to introduce our new Executive Director, Molly McCray-Finke! She will be working closely with Artistic Director Frank Nowell and the Board of Directors to advance BCOC's mission and goals, with a special focus on development, marketing, and concert productions.

A lifelong amateur musician, Molly McCray-Finke brings decades of experience in the non-profit world as both a seasoned volunteer and an experienced senior manager for music organizations. She has worked for the Colorado Symphony Orchestra where she was the Artistic Administrator and produced over 120 concerts annually while managing all aspects of the Artistic Department. In addition, she has worked for the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival in the roles of both Artistic Administrator and Director of Community Outreach following working at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, where she created the newly formed Education Department.

As a community volunteer, Molly has volunteered extensively for the Young President's Organization as well as Graland Country Day School, where she was on the Executive Committee of the parent board in the roles of Parliamentarian and Vice President for Community Programs. Currently, Molly is on the Board of Trustees for her alma mater, Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, and serves on the Executive Committee as Chair of the College Advancement Committee.

BCOC Presents "Bachfor2" Videos

The Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado's "Bachfor2" series of videos features BCOC violinists Cynthia Miller Freivogel and Martin Davids performing Martin’s arrangements of Bach fugues for two violins.

There are currently two performances on YouTube: