$16 for one ticket to a Boulder Chamber Orchestra concert (up to $25 value)
$40 for one ticket to all three shows (up to a $75 value)
- When: September 20, September 21, October 4, October 10
- Where: venues vary by concert, locations are in Boulder, Broomfield, and Denver; see below for details
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees
- Saturday, September 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Broomfield Auditorium: Charisma featuring The St. Martin’s Chamber Choir. Repertoire includes Mozart’s Church Sonata No. 10, Rossini’s String Sonata No. 2, and Haydn’s Requiem in C Minor.
- Sunday, September 21, at 3 p.m. at Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church: Charisma featuring The St. Martin’s Chamber Choir. Repertoire includes Mozart’s Church Sonata No. 10, Rossini’s String Sonata No. 2, and Haydn’s Requiem in C Minor.
- Saturday, October 4, at 7:30 p.m. at Broomfield Auditorium: Glamour featuring pianist Victoria Aja. Repertoire includes De Falla’s Fire Dance and Nights in the Gardens of Spain, Franck’s Symphonic Variations, and Bizet’s Symphony in C.
- Friday, October 10, at 7:30 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church of Boulder: A Night of Spanish Piano Masterpieces featuring pianist Victoria Aja, who performs an evening of Spanish piano masterpieces.
- Boulder Chamber Orchestra: Led by composer and physicist Bahman Saless, Boulder Chamber Orchestra brings together string and wind players from all over the world to present chamber programs to packed—and sometimes sold-out—houses throughout the city.
- St. Martin’s Chamber Choir (September 20–21): As Colorado’s first fully professional chamber choir, the St. Martin’s Chamber Choir has been exploring everything from Renaissance quartets to world-premiere new works since they first performed at St. Martin’s Chapel at Saint John’s Episcopal Cathedral in Denver. The site gave the group its name, although it’s not church-affiliated.
- Victoria Aja (October 4 and 10): Aja’s career has taken her from her native Vizcaya, Spain, to studies with prestigious pianists in Bilbao, Madrid and London—and then all the way to New York’s Carnegie Hall, among other international venues. Along the way, she also picked up top prize at the International Competition for Spanish Music in Santiago de Compostela when she was just 18.