Music News


Announcing our 2017-2018 Season!

Classical Revolution Northern Colorado is pleased to announce its 2017-2018 season!  We are also pleased to announce that we have been selected to receive a Tier One Fort Fund grant this season, a highly competitive and exclusive award. Thank you also...
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The Classical Cure for the Colorado Masses

Thursday, December 15, 7-10pm The Music District 639 South College Ave Fort Collins, CO 80524 Our mission is to take classical music out of the concert halls and put it back where it belongs: out where the people are…like the Music District.  Join...
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Melody of Our Landscape: FoCo Concerts for Kids

When: Thursday, August 25, 2016, 6pm Friday, September 23, 2016, 2pm Friday, October 14th, 2016, 2pm (Note: Poudre School District schools are not in session on September 23rd and October 14th.) Where: Museum of Discovery’s Otterbox Digital Dome Theater...
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Second Annual Strictly Tango Gala

Classical Revolution Northern Colorado and present… STRICTLY TANGO 2nd Annual Gala Friday, July 1, 2016, 7pm Club Tico (Map) Ever wanted to learn to tango? Our friends at will give you intimate lessons as you support the arts...
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March Madness…

Indoors or out, no one relaxes In March, that month of wind and taxes… – Ogden Nash No rest for the wicked or weary here at the Fort Collins Chamber Music Society. There is a lot happening, so without further ado, please enjoy these bullet points:...
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Think of us when you shop on Amazon!

FCCMS is excited to announce our partnership with Next time you make a purchase from Amazon, go through, and 5% of your purchase will go towards supporting our organization at no extra cost to you. Please help us continue...
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Melody of Our History: FoCo Concerts for Kids

In 1859 Antoine Janis and his Sioux wife, First Elk Woman, moved to Colorado, settling in what is now Laporte. He worked as a farmer, translator, for-hire guide, gold prospector, fur-trapper, trader, and father to 16 children. In 1878, the U.S. government...
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Classical Noise at FoCoMX

At the ripe old age of 11, I decided that I was going to play the oboe. And I did. And I still do. That pretty much sealed my fate right then and there: band geek. And not even a cool member of that ubiquitously uncool crowd: an OBOE player – queen...
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Let’s go to the movies! Amadeus in Old Town

In 1984 the film Amadeus took the world by storm, creating a brand new outlook on what was seen as a stodgy, traditional musical genre. The stigma of classical musicians during the past century has been that of being uptight, boring, and even unneeded...
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Classical Music Is Better With A Cup of Coffee in Your Hand…

Article written by CSU student in LEAP Program While I personally can’t compare it to one of their performances at New Belgium’s, one thing I can say is that the Fort Collins Chamber Music Society knows how to rock a coffee house. Initially introduced...
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