January 2022
Community Connection

As the Boulder Chorale enters this new year and second semester of our season, it is now more important than ever to lean into and find solace in the communities that serve us and bring us joy. We first want to express our deepest condolences to those that have been affected by the fires and will do everything that we can to help and bring comfort during this difficult time. One thing that we can always provide to our greater community is the healing power of music. We hope that you are able to join us for any and all of our remaining upcoming events. We have fantastic programming planned for both sides of the organization--adults and children alike! Please read on to hear more about the programming for the Concert and Chamber Chorales from Dr. Vicki Burrichter, and read further on to hear more about the beginning of the semester start and performance opportunities for the Boulder Children's Chorale singers, grades K-9. Our beloved Boulder community has endured multiple, incomprehensible tragedies, and shown up to support each other in incredibly beautiful ways during these difficult times. The number one way to build resilience is through making connections, and we hope you join us for the remainder of our '21-'22 season— "Music, Lead the Way!" It is our hope that through the connecting and healing power of music, your hearts and spirits will be uplifted and renewed. 
Happy New Year!

We at the Boulder Chorale are heartbroken about the Marshall fire and the terrible toll it has taken on our communities. Know that we stand with you and will do all that we can to support. Brahms' Requiem is a piece that many find to be very comforting. Brahms wrote it from a humanist perspective, and less from a religious perspective. The Concert Chorale are performing it in the two-piano and timpani version April 30 and May 1 at 4:00 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. The Chamber Chorale are performing Howard Goodall's stunning Eternal Light: A Requiem in the spring (see our website for updates). We hope these two pieces will provide solace at such a difficult time. The women of the Concert Chorale will finish out the season in May with Mahler's Symphony No. 3, in collaboration with MahlerFest.

We wish our community grace and healing.

Dr. Vicki Burrichter, Artistic Director Concert and Chamber Chorales
Boulder Children's Chorale

The Boulder Children's Chorale is growing and we would love to have your students join us! Please take a look at what we have in store for this semester. BCC Spring 2022
Contact us if you have questions and are interested in the BCC for your kids! sing@boulderchorale.org