Winter 2020 | Johannes Brahms: A Requiem for the Living

Winter 2020 | Johannes Brahms: A Requiem for the Living

Brian Stone, music director Harumi Shiraishi, piano Melanie Lawrence, piano Anna Montgomery, soprano Adam Ewing, baritone Johannes Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem was first premiered in 1867. After revisions and the addition of a seventh movement, it was premiered again in 1868 as we know it today. This choral-orchestral masterwork has been performed consistently for its

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Fall 2019 | A Place to Return To

Fall 2019 | A Place to Return To

Brian Stone, music director Stella Pradeau, piano Claire McCahan, mezzo-soprano Altius Quartet In times of emotional highs and lows, we all seek places of comfort and refuge. Whether they be physical places, nostalgic memories from our past, or a steadfast solitude within, we return to these places to find solace, calm, and joy. Cantabile’s first

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Spring 2019 | Reflections on a Mexican Garden

Spring 2019 | Reflections on a Mexican Garden

Our 30th season concludes with an epic collaboration with the Colorado Chorale. Each ensemble will perform music that prepares the audience for a second half you will not want to miss! With one performance in Boulder and one performance in Denver, we present the regional premiere of Colorado Chorale Artistic Director Kevin Padworski’s Reflections on

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Winter 2019 | A Musical Life: Childhood to Today

Winter 2019 | A Musical Life: Childhood to Today

The enjoyment and making of music is a lifelong experience, and this performance will walk that journey. With the Douglass Elementary Choir joining us under the direction of Kate Klotz, you will hear poetry written, music composed, and songs sung by children. A musical life only begins at childhood, however, and the initial spark becomes

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Fall 2018 | 30 Years and Counting…

Fall 2018 | 30 Years and Counting…

Our first concert of the season celebrates the music that made us who we are today, and includes some new pieces that send us optimistic into the years ahead. Many of the pieces we perform will evoke nostalgic memories and were suggested by the talented singers and our marvelous pianist, Stella Pradeau, who is beginning

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Spring 2018 | Venetian Masters

Spring 2018 | Venetian Masters

The Baroque era of Western music spans from the late 17th century through the middle of the 18th century. The two composers of this era featured on this concert could easily be considered musical masters of their time and enjoy many similarities: both began their musical training in the hallowed halls of St. Mark’s Basilica

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