Heroes and Villains

Heroes and Villains

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We are excited to kick-off our season with great music in a new venue, the beautiful Sanctuary of Central Presbyterian Church. The first concert of the season is continuing our tradition to feature music that will engage your imagination. This is the time of year to let your inner child out so we hope our program will remind you of your childhood with all its sense of wonder and excitement. Music will include the William Tell Overture, Funeral March of the Marionette, and A Tribute to John Williams. It will be full of excitement, fun and wonderful music.

Wild Goose Ball

Wild Goose Ball

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Hosted by the Friends of Traditional Dance.

The Splendor of the Holidays with Special Guest Suzanne Morrison

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One of the audience favorites is our holiday concert that will feature many of your favorite holiday tunes including Sleigh Ride, Carol of the Bells and White Christmas.  This year, however, we are proud to have Suzanne Morrison join us for a wonderful evening of great music. Suzanne is a freelance vocalist in the Denver area known for ability to sing a beautiful melody and create exciting jazz solos.  This will be a treat for the whole family and a highlight of your holiday celebrations.

Myths, Legends, and Tales

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Our winter concert this year is sure to bring you out of the winter doldrums.  And if you are one of those that embraces our wonderful Colorado winters, you won’t be disappointed.  From Greek mythology to tales of adventure, this concert will awaken your mind to some of the great tales that have sparked our imaginations.  Music to be performed includes Overture to “Orpheus in the Underworld, Man of La Mancha and much more.

A Celtic Celebration

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To conclude our concert season, we are very excited to feature the wonderful music of he Celts.  No matter what your ethnic background is, Celtic music touches a special place in our hearts.  From the haunting sounds of a solo bagpiper to the splendor of pipes and drums accompanied by a full orchestra, you will be thrilled.  The music will include favorites like Blue Bells of Scotland, Loch Lomond, and Amazing Grace along with the music of Ralph Vaughan Williams, John Williams and Leroy Anderson.  This will be a fabulous conclusion to our first season in the beautiful Central Presbyterian Church.

Wild Asparagus Ball

Wild Asparagus Ball

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Hosted by Friends of Traditional Dance.