Our Premiere Concert Series
ECO's Masterworks Concert Series consists of full orchestral performances of music spanning diverse styles and hundreds of years.
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SPRING CONCERT - CANCELLED
Greetings again, friends, fellow music lovers, and musicians,
We have made the painful decision to cancel ECO’s Spring Concerts scheduled for this weekend, March 14th in Arvada and March 15th in Evergreen. The rapid development of COVID-19 cases in Colorado have spurred us to reconsider the position we stated yesterday based on updated guidance provided by the CDC, medical experts, and other reputable sources.
If you purchased a ticket in advance, we are currently offer the following options:
1) Keep your ticket – you can use it at any future regular-season ECO concert. We will also always be able to look up your purchase in our system, so you don’t necessarily need to hold onto the ticket physically. If you purchased a ticket to one of our Spring Concerts, we’ll be able to look it up and will honor that ticket purchase for any future regular-season concert.
2) Let us know you’d like us to consider your ticket purchase a donation.
As of this moment, we have not yet discussed plans to reschedule this particular concert. We may or may not have the opportunity to do so this season, depending upon how the situation unfolds from here.
Also, as of this moment, no further ECO events are cancelled. We will notify our community should we make the decision to modify, reschedule, or cancel any other concerts or events.
I am personally heartbroken to deliver this message to you. I can’t even begin to convey the immense amount of diligent effort our musicians have put into this particular program – it is an extraordinarily challenging set of pieces and the orchestra had truly brought the music to a high level of performance.
With that being said, I am requesting your support. Please join me in making a donation at the link below to help ECO mitigate the financial impact of not performing this concert. Any amount helps – we’re looking to raise $2,000 by the end of March.
ECO will be treating this situation as an opportunity to evaluate new means by which to share the wonder and beauty of music with our community.
Please do all you can to stay healthy and reduce your own risk during this difficult time.
I look forward to seeing you at one of our concerts once the contagion has subsided – ideally very soon.
James D Spear
President | Board of Directors
Evergreen Chamber Orchestra
SEASON FINALE CONCERT
Join ECO for a fabulous program that brings to a close their 38th season with Beethoven’s unforgettable Symphony No. 5, Music Director William Hill’s Three Tangos, Geshwin’s Rhapsody in Blue featuring the internationally-acclaimed Colorado-born pianist Katie Mahan, and a solo performance by the first place winner of ECO’s second-annual Young Artists Solo Competition.
Join the Evergreen Chamber Orchestra and our wonderful Music Director William Hill for our 38th Season Opener, featuring a fabulous selection of orchestral music including Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio Overture, Mozart’s Symphony No. 38 in D Major “Prague”, and Brahms’ Sonata No. 2 for Clarinet and Orchestra featuring clarinetist Greg Dufford. Beethoven’s powerful Egmont Overture rounds out the program. We hope you enjoy!
Saturday, October 12th, 2019
Arvada United Methodist Church
6750 Carr Street, Arvada, CO, 80004
Sunday, October 13th, 2019
Evergreen Lutheran Church
5980 Highway 73, Evergreen, CO, 80439
Our Fall Concerts feature ECO’s principal violist and founding member Wanda Beck performing Telemann’s Concerto for Viola in G Major. Other pieces include Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony, Barber’s legendary Adagio for Strings, and Haydn’s Symphony No. 100 in G Major, “Military”.
Please note the later performance time.