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Announcing Our 2018-2019 Season of Performances

Announcing Our 2018-2019 Performances Our 2018-2019 season will include these exciting performances: October 6, 2018: The Longmont Symphony Orchestra's Happy Birthday, Lenny! - The Chorale will be guest artists for the LSO's concert which celebrates Leonard...

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Indoor Patriotic Performance (Past) – July 1, 2018

Sunday, July 1, 2018: Indoor Patriotic Performance Come in out of the heat to salute our country in the cool indoors!  We will perform patriotic and Americana selections with piano accompaniment.   Venue: Westview Presbyterian Church in Longmont.  Concert starts at...

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¡Celebración! – A Musical Fiesta – May 6, 2018

Join us for: ¡Celebración! A Musical Fiesta!  Take a choral journey with us through the Spanish speaking cultures of Central and South America and Spain.  The Longmont Chorale is joined by special guests, "Barrìo E" and "Bella Voce" from Coal Creek Middle School....

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Mozart, The People’s Composer

Mozart, The People's Composer Part 5 of 5 of your Concert Notes We’re following CPR Classical’s Great Composers Series on Mozart We like to give you Concert Notes.  Why?  CPR Classical’s Scott O’Neil says it best… “I’m convinced that the music itself has an inherent,...

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Mozart Adapts and Innovates

Mozart Adapts and Innovates Part 4 of 5 of your Concert Notes We’re following CPR Classical’s Great Composers Series on Mozart We like to give you Concert Notes.  Why?  CPR Classical’s Scott O’Neil says it best… “I’m convinced that the music itself has an inherent,...

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Mozart Emerges

Mozart's Breakthrough Part 3 of 5 of your Concert Notes We’re following CPR Classical’s Great Composers Series on Mozart We like to give you Concert Notes.  Why?  CPR Classical’s Scott O’Neil says it best… “I’m convinced that the music itself has an inherent,...

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Mozart, Young Artist in Salzburg

Mozart, Young Artist in Salzburg Part 2 of 5 of your Concert Notes We're following CPR Classical's Great Composers Series on Mozart We like to give you Concert Notes.  Why?  CPR Classical's Scott O'Neil says it best... "I'm convinced that the music itself has an...

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Mozart, the Young Genius

Meet Young Mozart, Boy Genius Part 1 of 5 of your Concert Notes We're following CPR Classical's Great Composers Series on Mozart We like to give you Concert Notes.  Why?  CPR Classical's Scott O'Neil says it best... "I'm convinced that the music itself has an...

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Mozart’s Requiem Infographic: Legends vs Facts

Legends, Myths, and Controversy Surround Mozart's Requiem. What are the facts? Almost as soon as Mozart died, the legends surrounding his Requiem started to be spread.  FInd out about these legends and the actual facts in this infographic: Download a copy of this...

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Spotlight on ‘Requiem’ Soloist Susan McKenzie

Introducing our soprano soloist for 'Requiem: Mozart's Last Words', Ms. Susan McKenzie Susan's Biography Soprano Susan McKenzie received her Bachelor's Degree in Music Education from the University of Northern Colorado. She currently resides in Greeley, where she...

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