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SUMMER CONCERT

The Rose & The Briar
August 3, 2024 at 7:30pm - First Congregational Church, Boulder
August 4, 2024, at 3pm - St. Thomas Church, Denver

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The haunting voices of Fiona Gillespie and Bradley King bring ballads to life as the talented musicians of Chivalrous Crickets join Cynthia Freivogel, Carla Sciaky and BCOC musicians. Centered on the ballad of Barbara Allen, this unique program traces the musical roots from Baroque-era England to the Appalachian hills where new instruments picked up old melodies and historical ballads took on a life of their own. Compositions include those by Henry Purcell, John Playford, Niel Gowell, Jeremiah Ingles, ballads collected by Francis James Child, and tunes composed by the collective hands of generations of fiddlers and pipers. (This is a reprisal of our Appalachian Roots Concert 3/2023)

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2024-25 Masterworks Season
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Dance Moves
October 19 at First Plymouth Church, Cherry Hills Village 7:30pm
October 20 at Wellshire Presbyterian Church, Denver 3pm

Guest dancer Julia Bengstonn brings BCOC’s Baroque rhythms to life

The Voice of Juana Inés
January 18 at The Newman Center, Hamilton Hall, Denver 7:30pm
January 19 at St. Thomas Episcopal 3pm

Lively music, storytelling and visual art give voice to this inspiring Mexican artist

Fanfares & Flourishes
March 7 Lakewood Cultural Center at 7:30 pm
March 8 Lakewood Cultural Center at 2pm
March 9 at Broomfield Auditorium at 3pm

An exuberant celebration, Telemann, Schmelzer and a brand new fanfare.

Brandenburgs Plus
May 16 at St. Luke's Methodist Church, Highlands Ranch 7:30pm
May 17 Wellshire Presbyterian Church, 2999 S. Colorado Blvd., 7:30pm
May 18 First Plymouth Congregational Church, Cherry Hills Village 3pm

Our own dynamic spin on three of Bach’s virtuosic concertos, and a sinfonia by Joseph Bologne


Recording Project Fundraising
Bach’s Goldberg Variations

Did you know that we will head to the studio to record an album of our unique arrangement of the exquisite Goldberg Variations, in the days right after the May 17-18 concert? We are very close to our funding goal, and we are still seeking support for this ambitious project, only from those of you who are able to contribute above and beyond your usual support for our annual operations. For a $300 donation to this special recording project, you may dedicate one of the 30 variations, and you will be acknowledged in the album program, and of course receive your own CD. The album will be released in both CD and digital formats.

We have set up a page on our Colorado Gives website just for this project or you can mail a check to BCOC, PO Box 200098, Denver, CO 80220-0098. We are all looking forward to the release of the album in late 2024.


The Rose & The Briar
August 3, 2024 at 7:30pm - First Congregational Church, Boulder
August 4, 2024, at 3pm - St. Thomas Church, Denver

BCOC collaborates with Chivalrous Crickets to present a transatlantic tour beginning in Stuart era 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. Centered on the ballad of Barbara Allen, compositions include those by Henry Purcell, John Playford, Niel Gowell, Jeremiah Ingles, ballads collected by Francis James Child, and tunes composed by the collective hands of generations of fiddlers and pipers.

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September Opera!

Antony & Cleopatra
September 13, 2024 at 7:30pm
September 14, 2024 at 3pm
-- St. Thomas Church, Denver

This Baroque chamber opera invites us into the last intimate moments of the star-crossed lovers. Featuring soprano, Nola Richardson. Serenata by Johann Adolph Hasse

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If you have questions about accessibility or would like to request accommodations, please email us at info@bcocolorado.org, or call and leave us a message at 303-889-1012.


Terms and Conditions

COVID-19 Proocol:

Welcome! We look forward to seeing you at our live concerts. To ensure the health and safety of our audience members and musicians at live performances, BCOC continues to follow the same protocols as the DCPA arts groups. As of April 1, 2022, masks and proof of vaccination are no longer required, but both are recommended. Be assured that all BCOC musicians this season are fully vaccinated and frequently tested. We will continually monitor changing regulations and recommendations, and keep you informed of any updates to our policy. We hope to see you soon for joyful music!

We are committed to keeping you healthy and safe, but please be aware that exposure to COVID-19 is possible in public places. To protect yourself and help ensure the best possible experience for our live events, we ask that you follow these guidelines:

Our events will be operated in accordance with guidelines established by the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) and the City and County of Denver. We ask that you observe all signage and instruction provided and we reserve the right to ask anyone not following safety measures to leave the premises.

Limitation of Liability: Patrons voluntarily assume all risks and danger incidental to the event for which a ticket is issued, whether occurring before, during or after the event, and you waive any claims for personal injury or death against Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, its management, facilities, artists, other participants, and all of our officers, directors and contractors on behalf of yourself and any accompanying minor. You bear all risks of inclement weather.


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

(No fee, but donations are encouraged.)

Single Tickets

Masterworks Series Ticket prices are: $35 adult; $12 student
Confluence Series Ticket prices are: $20 adult; $10 student.
Contact us for a group discount or scholarship tickets. Children 6 and under are free.

At The Venue On-line
For concerts that do not sell out in advance, tickets are available at the venue starting approximately one hour before each concert.

 

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Group Tickets

Tickets for groups of 10 or more are available for of $25 per person. For more information, email tickets@bcocolorado.org, or call 303-889-1012 at least a week before the concert you wish to attend.

Scholarship Ticket Program

The Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado tries to bring the spirit of improvisation to everyone. Our scholarship ticket program provides assistance for individuals and organizations in need who cannot afford our regular ticket prices. For more information about our scholarship ticket program, please call us 303-889-1012 at least a week before the concert you wish to attend.

Seating

All seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend arriving at the venue at least 30 minutes before the program is scheduled to begin. Late-comers will be seated at ushers’ discretion. Doors open about 30 minutes before the concert start time.

Programs, artists, dates, times, prices, and locations subject to change.




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