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Local Resources 

Places to Play

Colorado Recorder Orchestra

The goals of the Colorado Recorder Orchestra are to explore the diverse styles of music through large ensemble playing, to provide challenging musical opportunities to area recorder players, and to provide educational opportunities to the public that demonstrate the history and versatility of the recorder.

Ft. Collins Recorder Society

A chapter of the American Recorder Society, our purpose is to play music with other recorder enthusiasts and to experience the exposure to a wide range of recorder music from Renaissance to contemporary compositions.

Boulder Recorder Society

A chapter of the American Recorder Society, the Boulder RS provides opportunites for players in and around Boulder, CO. Please contact Diana Hinton for more information. 

Colorado Springs Area Recorder Players

There are a number of recorder players and get-togethers in COS! To find out more contact Jeannine Bramwell or Jennifer Carpenter for more information and get involved. 

Concerts to Enjoy

Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado

Founded in 2005 and based in Denver, the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado is the Rocky Mountain region’s only professional period-instrument orchestra.

Seicento Baroque Ensemble

Based in Boulder, Colorado,  SBE is well known here for their beautiful and inspiring vocal and instrumental performances.

The Colorado Chamber Players
CCP is fully-professional mixed chamber ensemble that delivers intimate, captivating performances of baroque and classical music in locations across the Denver area.
Happy Hour Concerts

These concerts, often early-music based, are given at happy hour by small chamber groups, at Epiphany Lutheran Church.

Parish House Baroque

Colorado Springs-based early music ensemble that includes Denver RS's music director Jennifer Carpenter.

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