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Cellist Ethan Blake, currently studying at CU Boulder, was recently named as the Arapahoe Phil’s 2019–2020 T. Gordon Parks Concerto Competition First Place Winner! He won the competition with his excellent performance of Ernest Bloch’s Schelomo: Rhapsodie Hébraïque. Ethan has played around the world for a variety of audiences. As an avid soloist, chamber, and […]
Conductor Devin Patrick Hughes talks about the March 27 “Apotheosis of the Dance” program, featuring music of Beethoven and Bloch, and a world premiere by Arapahoe Philharmonic Composer-in-Residence Jack Frerer.
Jack Frerer, our composer in residence, has written a new orchestral piece for us titled splinter that will receive its world premiere at the March 27 concert. The composition explores the landscape of gun violence in Colorado. Jack’s first day in Colorado last year was the day of the STEM School shooting in Highlands Ranch. […]