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Longmont Museum Presents

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The Longmont Museum Presents a variety of concerts, performances, and other programs in conjunction with other leading organizations from the region. Buy ticket online using the links below or call our box office at 303-651-8374.

Winter 2020 Season

The Genius of Stradivari & Guarneri: Violins of Cremona
Presentation & Recital featuring violinist Andres Sords
Co-presented with the Longmont Symphony Orchestra
Saturday, February 1, 3 pm
$22 general admission, $20 students/seniors, $18 members

We’re partnering with the Longmont Symphony Orchestra to offer this extraordinary opportunity to experience two rare and priceless violins—a Stradivarius and a Guarneri del Gesu owned and cared for by Dr. William Sloan and Professor Judy Sloan. Beginning with a lively presentation by Dr. Sloan on the Italian violinmakers, the afternoon will include an intimate recital by award-winning violinist Andrew Sords, performing selected works on both instruments and accompanied by pianist Susan Olenwine. Afterwards, the violins will be on display in the Swan Atrium, where Dr. Sloan and musicians will be available to answer questions. Buy tickets online

Boulder Opera—Le French Affaire: An Opera Cabaret
Featuring Elizabeth Hayes, Dianela Acosta, and Phoenix Gayles with pianist Jordan Ortman
Friday, February 14, 7:15 pm
$22 general admission, $20 students/seniors, $18 members

This Valentine’s Day, step back through time to a night in a Paris cabaret in the 1920s. Boulder Opera shares a sultry evening of French classics by Bizet, Berlioz, Hoffman, Poulenc, and Massenet. Enjoy desserts and sip on sparkling libations while artists perform arias, duets, and trios decked out in feathers, pearls, and sequins. Comedy, tragedy, lust, and drama are all part of the intoxicating romance of the opera cabaret! Buy tickets online

Seicento Baroque Ensemble—Airs & Graces
Sunday, March 15, 3 pm
$22 general admission, $20 students/seniors, $18 members

Seicento graces the Stewart Auditorium with a refined and elegant program showcasing vocal and dance music from the French courts, including motets, a secular cantata, airs de cour, and choral works. They are joined by baroque dancer Elena Mullins from Chicago, who will perform Jean-Réry Rebel’s Les Caractères de la Danse in period costume, and by tenor Alex King, who will sing a cantata about a battle between Bacchus and Cupid for the hearts and minds of the vineyard workers. Buy tickets online

Pro Musica Colorado—Composing Climate
Friday, March 20, 7:15 pm
$22 general admission, $20 students/seniors, $18 members

Pro Musica’s celebration of nature and meditation on climate will include Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6 Pastoral; Gwyneth Walker’s work for Orchestra and String Trio Earth & Sky featuring Musica Harmonia with narration from texts by Chief Seattle, Chief Joseph, and Henry Thoreau; and the world premiere of a piece written for Pro Musica Colorado by Dianna Link, winner of CU Boulder’s Composition Competition. Buy tickets online

Colorado Mahlerfest—XXXIII Season Opener
Saturday, May 9, 7:15 pm
$22 general admission, $20 students/seniors, $18 members

Celebrating their 33rd season and their first ever concert in Longmont, MahlerFest kicks off their annual week-long celebration of the life, legacy, and music of Gustav Mahler. Festival artists including Zachary Depue – Violin (former concertmaster of the Indianapolis Symphony) and Suzanne Casey – Violin (BBC National Orchestra of Wales) will perform a wide variety of works related to Mahler. Buy tickets online


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