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December Light
December 16-18, 2022

Strings and recorders bring a luminous glow to the winter night. Baroque favorites blend with our own new arrangements of traditional folk music from around the world. Corelli’s beloved Christmas concerto, lively French Noels, virtuoso solo concertos of Bach and Handel. Cynthia Freivogel, soloist.

Tickets and Details Here

Bach Meets Vivaldi
January 13, 2023 at 7:30 pm
Presented by Center for Musical Arts in Lafayette, CO

Join the musicians of Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado for an enchanting evening of music by two towering figures of Baroque music: J.S. Bach and Antonio Vivaldi. The two composers never met, but our program imagines what might happen if they did! Excerpts from Bach's brilliantly crafted masterworks are interwoven with Vivaldi concertos that reflect the glimmering lights and vivid colors of 18th-century Venice. Selections alternate between the two composers in an intriguing musical dialogue celebrating the vibrancy and ingenuity of Baroque at its best!

Tickets and Details Here - $15 adults/ $7 students

La Púrpura de la Rosa / The Blood of the Rose
January 27-29, 2023

La Púrpura de la Rosa (The Blood of the Rose) recounts the famous, fated, forbidden love affair between Venus, the Goddess of Love, and the very mortal and handsome Adonis. The Spanish libretto is by the great Golden Age dramatist, Pedro Calderón de la Barca. Filled with suspense, seduction, and comedy this opera’s music composed by Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco is rich in harmonies, plaintive melodies and Latin American dance rhythms. Featuring Nell Snaidas, guest director and Grammy nominated Jennifer Ellis Kampani, Soprano.

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Appalachian Roots
March 24-26 2023

BCOC presents a transatlantic tour beginning in Stuart England where mystical ballads describing ancient fables blended with court compositions of art song and music salons. Emigrants from the British Isles packed their bags for the nascent land of America with their stories and tunes in tow, their music settling in the Appalachian hills. Here new instruments picked up old melodies and historical ballads took on a life of their own. Compositions and stories include those by Henry Purcell, John Playford, Niel Gowell, Jeremiah Ingles, ballads collected by Francis James Child, and all those tunes composed by the collective hands of generations of fiddlers and pipers. Featuring Cynthia Freivogel, violin.

Invitation to the Dance
May 12-14, 2023

“Characters of the Dance,” by Jean-Fery Rebel is a tour-de-force for solo dancer with our strings and woodwinds—plus minuets by Ignatius Sancho (composed for social dancing in 18th-century London) and Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 1, powered by the lively dance rhythms of the Baroque.

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Voices, Violins & Guitars
A virtual concert, available on demand April 14 -30, 2023

Featuring sopranos Nell Snaidas and Grammy nominated Jennifer Ellis Kampani.



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Past Concerts

Our performances from past seasons

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