Denver Early Music Consort


PO Box 18632

Denver, CO 80218-0632


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Denver Early Music Consort

Marjorie Bunday, Artistic Director

 

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at 7:30 pm in Boulder
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at 7:30 pm in Denver

Christmas with DEMC

 The Nativity. with Mary and Joseph (wearing an elaborate cap), and shepherds in the background. From the Ranworth Antiphonal of c.1460-1480

Join the Denver Early Music Consort for a festive Christmas program with a quartet of great vocalists, harp, recorders, viol, rebec, and percussion. We'll have treats for you from Mexico, England, France, Germany, and Spain from the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque eras.

Amanda Balestrieri, soprano
Marjorie Bunday, contralto
Adam Ewing, baritone
Eric Harbeson, percussion
Daniel Hutchings, tenor
Margot Krimmel, harp
Linda Lunbeck, recorder
Carla Sciaky, viol and rebec

Tuesday, December 9 at 7:30 pm
Grace Lutheran Church
1001 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302
Tickets are available at the door:
$15 adults; $12 senior citizens 65+; $10 students.

Wednesday, December 10 at 7:30 pm
First Unitarian Society of Denver
1400 Lafayette St
Denver, CO 80209

Tickets are available at the door:
$15 adults; $12 senior citizens 65+; $10 students.

View the program at this link.

 Download a PDF flyer at this link.


The Denver Early Music Consort, formed in 2012 by artistic director Marjorie Bunday, is a professional ensemble dedicated to presenting vocal and instrumental music of the Medieval, Renaissance and early Baroque to Colorado audiences. We are ensemble-in-residence at St. John's Episcopal Cathedral in Denver. DEMC has been featured on Colorado Public Radio's "Colorado Spotlight" performing music of Hildegard von Bingen and Johannes Ciconia - hear a performance of Hildegard's "O ignis Spiritus Paracliti" at this link.


Thank you for your interest in the Denver Early Music Consort! To join our e-mail concert announcement mailing list, please click here.

DEMC is looking for a volunteer with legal knowledge to help us become established as a non-profit so that we can expand, apply for grants, accept tax-deductible donations, and bring great early music to Colorado for years to come. In the meantime, donations to offset expenses are more than welcome, but not tax-deductible. Checks can be made out to Denver Early Music Consort and mailed to PO Box 18632, Denver, CO 80218.

If you are interested in joining the ensemble as a performer, please contact the artistic director at    .