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June 22, 2022 by
What Happens in a Chamber Music Rehearsal? Pulling away the curtain will reveal a set of interactions between the musicians that might seem mysterious or impenetrable to the outsider. Understanding what happens in rehearsal can reveal intriguing details that will enhance not only one’s appreciation of the preparation process but also the live performance that follows.  
May 31, 2022 by
Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado, 70 miles south of Denver, is home to the Colorado College Summer Music Festival. The CCSMF has transformed rising musicians' lives for 38 seasons with a uniquely nurturing but intensive summer training program led by world-class classical artists.
May 5, 2022 by
Mozart, Stravinsky and Beethoven aren’t names often seen together in the same sentence. Nor do they often share a program of chamber music, as they do in the Lincoln Quartet's May 16 concert at Guarneri Hall. The outlier is Stravinsky, whose steady output of ballet scores make him an infrequent presence in chamber music. But what might his sense of theater tell listeners about Mozart and Beethoven?
April 28, 2022 by
The instruments of Giovanni Battista Rogeri (1642 – c. 1710) combine a high level of refinement with a bold, direct approach to the form, reflecting the influence of both Cremonese and Brescian principles. Rogeri built some of his violins on a full and broad model reminiscent of grand-pattern Amati. He emulated smaller Amatese forms in others. Rogeri even modeled some of his instruments directly after the work of an earlier Brescian maker, Giovanni Paolo Maggini (1580-1630). Similar to Maggini’s work, these instruments incorporate double purfling and intricate designs. Rogeri's Maggini-modeled instruments have often been mistakenly confused with authentic Magginis and are among the first copies of instruments of the early Brescian school. 

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