Sunday, May 15
The Stewart Auditorium of the Longmont Museum
Mina Gajic, piano (Erard, 1895)
Thomas Jostlein, natural horn
Zachary Carrettin, violin
Amanda Balestrieri, soprano
Air on the G String
August Wilhelmj (1845-1908) (transcribed from Orchestral Suite BWV 1068, by J.S. Bach)
Aria: Er segnet, die den Herrn fürchten
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)(from Cantata Der Herr denket an uns ...
Program for Venice on Fire, March 18th, 2016
Boulder Bach is announcing an ALL-LIVE competition for young artists 18 years of age and younger who are Colorado residents. For more information, please download the PDF or fill out the form below to contact Mina Gajic, Director of Education and Outreach.
Boulder Bach Festival Young Artist Competition
Program for A Musical Offering, January 22nd, 2016
Painting Debussy and Bach in Dance
What does it mean for a piece of music to be colorful? What makes up a musical line? Violinist and visual artist Michiko Theurer (BBF Artist in Residence), together with dancer Erika Randall (CU Boulder dance faculty) and pianist Mina Gajic (BBF Education and Outreach Director) present a tableau ...
Program for Messiah Selections With The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra,
December 20th, 21st, &22nd, 2015
Program for Seasons: with the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, December 4th & 5th, 2015
Josefien Stoppelenburg, virtuoso soprano soloist and exquisite painter, was asked by Zachary Carrettin if she would consider creating an art work to celebrate Boulder Bach’s 35th season. The work does more than that; it peers into a dream land of nature, the self, music, and Bach’s life. The past and new generation are both represented ...
Program for Italian Roots, October 16th & 17th, 2015
Dear Friends in Nature, Music, Dance, Art and Life,
Boulder Bach celebrates 35 years of presenting profoundly moving and passionate music events on the Front Range. This season we explore the concert experience as one which is personally transformational, inspiring self reflection and providing a means of elevation of the spirit, sometimes delving deeply into the dark only to soar even higher into the radiant glow of oneness, the divine.