THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014, 6:30 PM
First Congregational Church, 1128 Pine Street, Boulder
Hotel Boulderado Mezzanine, 2115 13th Street, Boulder
A sumptuous evening of Bach and cuisine featuring Zachary Carrettin, violin; Christina Jennings, flute; and Scott Plugge, saxophone
MONDAY, JUNE 9 - THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 2014
Baroque Performance Practice Program
Trinity Lutheran Church
2200 Broadway, Boulder
This four-day training event for serious students of all ages debuted in June of 2013 and drew string players from across the county who were trained by baroque violin artist and teacher Zachary Carrettin. The focus this year will be on baroque string techniques and the string orchestra. String players from Boulder County and across the Front Range are invited to participate to ensure developing a broad base of strong, local baroque talent.
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by Brad Turner
Colorado Public Radio, 6/2/2014
Violinist and conductor Zachary Carrettin is the new resident music director of the Boulder Bach Festival, the organization announced Monday.
Carrettin first served as concertmaster and soloist for the festival in 2011 and took over the role of music director last season.
His first concerts as music director drew raves from Boulder's Daily Camera in February:
"As music director, Carrettin ... has already established his own aesthetic and artistic standards. His first festival week as director has been a sensational triumph."
He’ll start as resident music director July 1.
Daily Camera, 5/31/14
Zachary Carrettin made an immediate impact on the Boulder Boulder Bach Festival when he brought his baroque violin technique to the organization in 2011.
And Carrettin was so impressive in his first year as music director that he has been given a new title, resident music director, and a three-year contract, the festival's board of directors announced Saturday.
Carrettin, 41, recently finished his first term replacing Rick Erickson, who unexpectedly resigned as music director last summer.
Carrettin's contract starts July 1. As part of his new deal, Carrettin will resign as director of orchestras at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas.
Making his home in Colorado apparently was an easy decision for Carrettin.
Check out this In Focus piece aired on Channel 6 RMPBS, an interview with 3rd Law Dance/Theater about their work, Boulder Arts Week and Obstinate Pearl, a collaborative event with the Boulder Bach Festival. Tickets for the Mar. 28 & 29 performances are on sale now at the Dairy.