Ars Nova Singers

music beyond words

Boulder, Colorado USA

(303) 499-3165

Specializing in a cappella music of the Renaissance and the 20th and 21st centuries, Ars Nova Singers of Boulder, Colorado is presenting its 30th concert season in 2015-2016. The professional-core vocal ensemble conducted by founding Artistic Director Thomas Edward Morgan is composed of 36 selectively auditioned choral musicians from the Denver/Boulder metropolitan region.

UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

 

Inspire / Respire: Music in the Air

November 18, 19, 20, 2016 – The Dairy Center for the Arts, Boulder (4 performances)

A collaboration of Ars Nova’s voices with the elegant aerial dance of the Frequent Flyers, in the newly renovated Dairy Center. Music includes works by Thomas Jennefelt, Gustav Mahler, Bruce Stark, and more. Music in motion, music in the air!

 

A Colorado Holiday Tradition: Christmas with Ars Nova

December 9, 2016 – St. John’s Episcopal Church, Boulder
December 10, 2016 – Bethany Lutheran Church, Cherry Hills Village
December 11, 2016 – St. John’s Episcopal Church, Boulder

Nationally recognized for innovative and adventuresome programming, Ars Nova will present unique, rarely heard music for the holidays: a program that balances novelty, tradition, and familiar melodies with innovative new sounds.

Music includes works by Steven Stucky, John Paynter, William Hawley, and more, with special guest, harpist Kathryn Harms.

 

 

 

Music of the Renaissance: Voices & Viols

February 25, 2017 – St. John’s Episcopal Church, Boulder
February 26, 2017 – St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Denver

A program of Renaissance masterworks from the 15th-17th centuries,  presented in collaboration with String, a consort of viols (Anne Marie Morgan, director).

 

 

 

 

 

Rachmaninoff: The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, op. 31

April 28, 2017 – St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Denver
April 29, 2017 – St. John’s Episcopal Church, Boulder

Last season, we celebrated the centenary of Rachmaninoff’s Vespers; by audience request, this season we’ll present the “other a cappella choral masterpiece” by the Russian master, composed in 1909.

 

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