2020 - 21 Season


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Masterworks Series
Subscriptions sales have closed for this season.

Individual tickets will go on sale 6-8 weeks prior to each concert.

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Directors Concert: A Sweet & Savory Mix
Stay tuned for a revised date and time. (venue TBD)

Two live performances* ~ also via live-stream with Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violin & Frank Nowell, harpsichord. Our annual directors’ concert this year takes on special meaning as we celebrate 15 years! Sonatas from Arcangelo Corelli and his re-discovered predecessor Isabella Leonarda, plus a new piece improvised "in the moment" in response to audience input. Plus a special 15th Anniversary Celebration - Stay tuned for details.

Bravi Tutti ~ Vivaldi & Handel
Streaming of this virtual concert begins Friday evening May 21 through May 31.

Our full orchestra comes together for an exuberant program of gems by two contrasting innovators of Baroque music -- Vivaldi and Handel. Watch for program details and ticket sales soon!
(This program replaces Vivaldi’s Four Seasons)

*All live performances or gatherings are dependent on current safety recommendations. Appropriate precautions will be in place (social distancing and masks required), and streaming will be an option.

Note: Unused tickets (subscription or individual) from last season’s cancelled concerts may be applied to any Masterworks concert in 2020-21.

Confluence Series
Where art and community converge
Our Confluence series is going online this year!

An Evening in A Peruvian Salon...
Exploring the vibrant music of Latin American Baroque. Date and time TBD.

Broken Box
An exciting new collaboration with Broken Box Mime Theatre. Date and time TBD.

Past Concerts

Our performances from past seasons

Programs are subject to change.

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