A compelling, genre-bending work based on the beautifully dark poetry of 19th century French poet Charles Baudelaire. Sung in both French and English (with translations) and featuring a 10-piece ensembles, Flowers of Evil is a multi-movement journey presenting listeners with a sonic landscape matching the complex sensibility of Baudelaire's imaginative words.
CU composer and saxophonist John Gunther is joined by fellow faculty and friends for a musical journey, exploring a fascinating potpourri of styles- a string quartet, jazz trio, electronic music, and poetry are just a few of the stops along the way.
Insisting romance is alive and well, Nocturne invites you to celebrate a proper Valentine's Night Out, with a delicious four-course tasting menu and a special performance featuring vintage torch singer favorites performed by the Kathryn Radakovich Quintet. Two sets: 6-7:30 and 8:20-10:00.
Kathryn Radakovich Quintet: Kathryn Radakovich (vocals), Gabriel Mervine (trumpet), Annie Booth (piano), Dru Heller (drums), Matt Smiley (bass).
First United Methodist Church in Boulder, CO
Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, CO