The Colorado Chamber Players (CCP) will be performing a free public concert at 7:30 p.m. tonight (October. 22) in the University of Wyoming’s Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts recital hall.

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The CCP is composed of UW Department of Music Professor John Fadial and Paul Primus, Denver Symphony's principal second violinist, both on violin; Barbara Hamilton, the artistic director and violist/violist d’Amore with the CCP; and UW Associate Professor Beth Vanderborgh, cello. UW Department of Music Lecturer and double bassist August Ramos will join the ensemble for the concert.

Named one of the top five chamber groups in Colorado by The Denver Post, the CCP celebrates its 28th season presenting both live and virtual format programs this season.

The ensemble has received numerous awards, including the prestigious Chamber Music America Residency Awards (2000 and 2008), as well as awards from the Argosy Foundation, Denver Mayor's Fund, Colorado Creative Industries, National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, Energize Colorado, Xcel Energy Foundation, and the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District.

The chamber players have a core of string quartet, double bass, piano, harp, clarinet, and flute.

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