LCC Presents Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado
Join us for a delightful evening of music and storytelling as the region’s only professional period-instrument orchestra weaves together melodies in Baroque style from Latin America and Europe. In “Cross-Currents,” music flows across continents, with a Vivaldi concerto, Murcia's guitars and more.
Tickets start at $22. Livestream option available.
Hear the Colorado premiere of a piece by highly regarded Black composer Jonathan Woody, inspired by the work and amazing journey of Ignatius Sancho, an 18th century Black British composer born on a slave ship.
New interpretations continue with musical treasures from Latin America, rediscovered, curated and arranged by Bolivian violinist and scholar Karin Cuéllar Rendón.
Founded in 2005 and based in Denver, the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado brings to audiences the musical riches and spirit of improvisation of the 17th and 18th centuries. The ensemble’s imaginative programming strikes a balance between familiar masterworks and hidden treasures of the Baroque.
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FOOD AND BEVERAGE
For most public performances, concessions will be available in the lobby. Beverages are allowed in the theater; food is permitted only in the lobby. Patrons may briefly lift face coverings while eating or drinking inside the building.
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