Beyond The Screen ~  Season 40

Colorado Concert Films


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Performances of vocal and instrumental works including a spectacular sonata by Johann Sebastian Bach featuring Mina Gajić performing on the BBF’s new double manual Flemish harpsichord. You’ll also experience a Johann Christoph Bach motet that is mindbogglingly beautiful—with voices and instruments including viola da gamba. Next you’ll hear a chorale with a fascinating history dating to 1599, originally composed as a love song during a plague in a turbulent time of epidemics in Europe. BBF artists perform this outdoors at historic Ryssby Church, (built in 1882, Longmont, Colorado).


From ancient bows caressing the strings in the languid sonorities of a Bach chorale prelude, to fiery and richly contrapuntal harpsichord—and from the embracing timbres of the human voice to natural scenes in our beloved Colorado, our 40th season melts the screen away, connecting you to a place and a time through the artistry of the BBF musicians and the composers whose works are featured.



This dynamically joyful program will lift your spirits, and includes 17th and 18th century chamber music in a variety of genres. Locations include Camp St. Malo Chapel on the Rock, Broomfield Auditorium, and Boulder's beautiful outdoors–in the snow! 


This program features works by J.S. Bach, Marini, Uccellini, Corelli, François Couperin, and Arthur Gottschalk. 



This program features Mina Gajić performing on a world class parallel-strung Erard grand piano built in Paris, 1840. Repertoire includes Mozart's Concerto K.414 in the composer's original salon orchestration and Beethoven's Sonata No. 1 for violin and piano with Music Director Zachary Carrettín. A Sarabande by J.S. Bach performed in Boulder's open space honors the natural world before proceeding into the concert hall.



Our Beyond The Screen online season finale features arias and instrumental works by J.S. Bach and a Lamento by Johann Christoph Bach. Venues include: Museum of Boulder, eTown Hall, and Hammond Amphitheater in Loveland. Additionally, Carrettín's latest original composition, Overture for a Changing World is performed by a string quintet. 


Experience the entire 2020-2021 year of BBF's story as the artists share their musical insights during the Covid-19 pandemic—through extremely thoughtful performances of phenomenal musical artworks.