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A journey of rousing music and insightful stories, sailing on melodies from Latin America to Europe. Hear the amazing adventures of Ignatius Sancho, a Black British composer born on a slave ship, who inspired a contemporary composition by Jonathan Woody. Vivaldi, Telemann’s The Nations, Murcia’s guitars, and more. (This is a Confluence Series concert, not included with subscriptions)

Thurs. Nov. 11, at 7:00pm
Wellshire Church, 2999 S Colorado Blvd., Denver

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Sat. Nov.13, at 7:30pm
In Person -- Lakewood Cultural Center
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OR NEW! Livestream option: Purchase Saturday Livestream Tickets

Hear BCOC's music at the Denver Art Museum

Did you know that music from BCOC sets the ambience of the newly re-opened Latin American galleries at Denver Art Museum? Music selections from BCOC and our collaborators was curated by BCOC's Artistic Director, Frank Nowell.

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month
Please enjoy this free virtual concert


Elegant chamber music from Latin America, led by violinist Karin Cuéllar Rendón with the PXAT Quartet. Featuring music from Peruvian composer Pedro Ximénez Abril y Tirado.

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Note that our live November 11 & 13 Concerts, Cross-currents will also feature re-discovered Latin American compositions curated and arranged by Karin Cuéllar Rendón.

View a free recording of one of our recent concerts

Hearts Resounding!

BCOC celebrates the power of music to evoke our brightest joys and deepest longings. Familiar music of Bach and Handel, Telemann’s spirited Viola Concerto with soloist Emily Anne Bowman, plus a new Chaconne for solo violin composed and performed by Martin Davids.
Here is the link to the concert.

Click here to watch this exciting Vivaldi concerto, a short excerpt, featuring Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violin soloist.

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Discover Baroque via Zoom
Learn more about what makes baroque baroque in these monthly, one-hour sessions, including lecture, musical demonstration and Q&A. Hosted by Artistic Director Frank Nowell and guest hosts. No charge — Donations appreciated. Register here for updates on the schedule and monthly topics, and to receive the links.

“The BCOC, in particular, is the best chamber orchestra I've EVER heard and its concerts are so incredibly intimate - always a breath taking experience. I can't thank BCOC enough for its lovely music.”

Katherine Murphy

“The Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado... has built a national reputation as a first-rate period-instrument ensemble.”

Early Music America

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Our ensemble aims to bring the spirit of this wonderful music alive in today’s world, capturing its vivid and evocative colors, enlivened with the spirit of improvisation and dance. Baroque composers knew the power of music to move listeners to experience a spectrum of emotions, and the equal role of the performer in this endeavor. As an ensemble we take our cue from Geminiani, who urged musicians to be first inspired themselves, and “while the imagination is warm and glowing [to pour] the same exalted spirit into [our] own performance.”

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