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Thursday, September 19,2013

Boulder Bach Festival: New take on a classical composer

New director Carrettin aims for diverse offerings

By Peter Alexander
Zachary Carrettin is not a strictly-by-the-book kind of guy. The new director of Boulder Bach Festival prefers to sample it all.
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Thursday, September 5,2013

Inspired by the earth

Boulder Phil kicks off season with geologic symphony

By Peter Alexander
For the Boulder Philharmonic, the 2013–14 season is all about nature.
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Wednesday, September 4,2013

Interview: Jeffrey Nytch

Composer explains interplay between geology and his music

By Peter Alexander
My first thought when I heard about this work was, knowing the scope of time in which geologists think, you will really have to compress things in the symphony! Yes, the earth has rhythms, but…
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Thursday, August 8,2013

A farewell to the baton at the CMF

Finale concert marks the end of conductor Michael Christie’s tenure with the CMF

By Peter Alexander
One day, back when she was Kristy Peterson, composer Kristin Kuster got bored. The Boulder native was supposed to be practicing the piano, but like a lot of kids she got tired of the pieces she had been assigned. So she went into her father’s study, took out the scissors, and cut Mozart into tiny one-measure fragments.
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Thursday, July 18,2013

Concerto marathon at Chautauqua

Pianist Olga Kern to play a bold series of Rachmaninoff pieces

By Peter Alexander
Michael Christie is really up for this weekend’s concerts at the Colorado Music Festival (CMF). “I think it’s going to be one of the most spectacular feats of artistry and stamina I’ll ever see,” he says.
Thursday, July 11,2013

Central City Opera presents a study in contrasts

Central City Opera presents two different, satisfying shows

By Peter Alexander
Central City Opera (CCO), one of the jewels of the summer season in Colorado, is offering two productions in the historic Central City Opera House this year.
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Wednesday, July 3,2013

Life in opera

Couple celebrates 30 years in the business

By Peter Alexander
If you think the nomadic, demanding schedule of opera singers might make it difficult for them to sustain a healthy marriage, you have not met Kevin Langan and Sally Wolf. The bass and soprano, who are appearing in plum roles at the Central City Opera (CCO) production of Our Town this summer, are living proof that opera singers can have their cake and eat it together. As a couple. Long term.
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Thursday, June 27,2013

Masters and mash-ups at the Colorado Music Fest

Colorado Music Festival bids 'do svidaniya' to longtime director Michael Christie with ambitious program

By Peter Alexander
If you stop by the Colorado Music Festival (CMF) at Chautauqua this summer (June 29 through Aug. 9) and order “the usual,” you might get almost anything, from Bach to Brazilian guitars to Radiohead.
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Thursday, June 13,2013

Carmen to corruption to hope

Sounds of Lyons presents an ambitious weekend program

By Peter Alexander
The director and guiding spirit of the annual Sounds of Lyons chamber music festival has described herself in the past as “part renegade, part experimentalist and part na´ve,” which fits the previous four festivals to a “T.” And in the fifth Sounds of Lyons ( June 14–16), she and the festival are still renegade and experimental, but they are well beyond na´ve.
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Thursday, May 16,2013

Leaving on a high note

MahlerFest bids farewell to departing CU professor Julie Simson

By Peter Alexander
“Der Abschied” is ideal for Simson’s MahlerFest farewell because the text literally describes the parting of two friends. It is, Olson says, “the most colorful, beautiful, intimate piece of music ever written. Period.”
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