Featured Artist

Cynthia Miller Freivogel

Cynthia Miller Freivogel is the leader and concertmaster of the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado and of the ARTEK chamber orchestra (New York) and Combattimento (the Netherlands) where she is also co-artistic director. She has enjoyed collaborating both with visual artists and dancers, working to create new experiences around early music for audiences. She performed with Zonzo Compagnie (Belgium) in the multimedia production 3ach for young audiences and their families, developed stories around the solo violin partitas and sonatas of Bach with Broken Box Mime Theater and led the Baroque Chamber Orchestra newly choreographed works of by Garrett Ammon and Sarah Tallman of Wonderbound, blending contemporary ballet with early music. As a solo artist, she is known on YouTube as the Vivaldi “Winter” soloist with Voices of Music. She is a frequent guest leader and concertmaster for groups all over the world, including Handel and Haydn Society (Boston), Concerto Köln, Concerto d'Amsterdam, Trupe Barocca (Brazil), Joshua Rifkin's Bach Ensemble at the Stockholm and Antwerp Early Music Festivals, as well as in the Hague with Collegium Musicum den Haag and Voices of Music. Ms. Freivogel received a BA in musicology at Yale University and an MM in violin performance at the San Francisco Conservatory. She studied principally with Camilla Wicks and Marylou Speaker Churchill, and is a dedicated and certified Suzuki teacher.

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Read About National Praise for BCOC
Celebrating The Baroque In Colorado” by Kyle MacMillan, EARLY MUSIC AMERICA Magazine