Normally accustomed to performing choral masterworks by Mozart, Beethoven and Rachmaninoff, the 120 members of the Larimer Chorale have reimagined themselves in different types of ensembles this year.
Larimer Chorale Open Air Singers
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Very Limited Seating! Tickets are $10 and can be purchased through the Lyric's website or at the door.
Gustav Mahler’s SYMPHONY NO. 2, Resurrection - one of his most popular and successful works – is a rare production in all aspects: double brass, full choir, and soloists.
Come sing in the holidays with the Silvertones as the 150-voice senior choir presents its annual holiday concert on Sunday, November 24, at 2 pm. The concert will be held in the McNeal Auditorium at Fort Collins High School (please use the north parking lot).
The Chorale’s season of remembrance concludes with music honoring the soldiers of World War II – the Greatest Generation – along with a salute to all veterans.
Millions have read The Diary of Anne Frank and have been struck by the beauty and resilience of the human spirit during horrible and inhumane times.
Everything old is new again! Ring in the holiday season with a four-course Victorian feast and a full evening of music by the elegantly-costumed Dickens Carolers. Tickets are limited for this event; make your reservations early.
Join the Larimer Chorale and guest artists in a unique “surround-sound” presentation of holiday pageantry and wonder featuring seasonal music for accompanied and unaccompanied voices and the Chorale’s signature candle-lighting vignette.
Franz Joseph Haydn and Ralph Vaughan Williams were both composing in the shadow of approaching war: Haydn in 1796, as Napoleon advanced on Vienna, and Vaughan Williams in 1936.
Please join us at the Red Truck Beer Company for a sing-along celebration of the music of the Beatles. Just bring your love of beer and singing! No experience required and we will even provide the music! For info, visit Singing on Tap's event page on Facebook.
The Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace has an unrivaled choral music tradition. At its founding, the Chapel wasn't a building, but a body of singers that accompanied the monarch wherever s/he traveled. Only later did the buildings this body used become known by that name.
The Saturday concert will be at First United Methodist Church in Fort Collins.
The Sunday concert will be at Seventh-day Adventist Church in Campion.
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