Dear Friends of Front Range Chamber Players:
As I listen to a performance by my wife’s flute students with our son on cello, I am nostalgic for days when live concerts were common place. Windows are open, fans are on, the parents are outside, and yet it is so wonderful to be together making and sharing music. It has been a long time since Front Range Chamber Players has had performances with a live audience. I can’t wait to experience with you the collaborative effect on a performance that only the FRCP audience can bring.
We have a new home in Fort Collins at the newly renovated auditorium at Ridgeview Classical School. The many amenities this space provides to both patrons and musicians will make for a wonderful concert going experience. Beginning in March 2022, Front Range Chamber Players is expanding to Denver, increasing its reach in the Front Range community. Concerts of exceptional and varied programs will be held at Ridgeview, as well as in the renovated Miller Center at Montview Presbyterian Church in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood.
FRCP continues to highlight pieces from composers of diverse backgrounds whose works have been overlooked. It is with new appreciation that much of the chamber music literature, composed by people from all walks of life, is being rediscovered. A deeper exploration of music is one of many artistic avenues that can lead towards a greater understanding of inequities and injustices of past and present, while we look towards an equitable future for all.
Please consider making a gift to Front Range Chamber Players. Your support by attending concerts, volunteering time, and making tax-deductible donations has enabled FRCP to carry on through the pandemic. Your donations enabled FRCP to provide virtual performances, without charging for a single ticket. We look forward to reaching more children and adults in the Front Range and your donation will help to make this a reality.
See you soon!
Thanks to all our supporters who donated to FRCP during the 2020-2021 season.
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The nonprofit Front Range Chamber Players is dedicated to promoting the performance and appreciation of chamber music within the Front Range region through superb performances, youth programs and collaboration with community arts organizations.
Schumann, Bach, Brahms, Mozart, and Dvorak
Behind them are less known composers in this season's programs:
Chevalier Joseph Bologne , Ingrid Stölzel, Miguel del Águila, and Mary Kouyoumdjian