Press Room

Lifting Lives Through Song

Welcome to the Boulder Chorale’s Press Room!

Quick Links to:

Press Mentions

April 29th 2024 – Telemundo Colorado

Check out Telemundo Colorado’s coverage of The Boulder Concert Chorale’s Fiesta de las Luces concert.Telemundo joins the Concert Chorale at their event on Saturday the 28th. They filmed the concert, and interviewed people during intermission. Check out the interview on Youtube Here!


April 29th 2024 – Rocky Mountain Community Radio

…The Boulder Concert Chorale performed with Los Coyotes at several concerts during the tour, which also included visits to local high schools as well as the music school at the University of Colorado.… (Read more)

April 26th 2024 – Colorado Public Radio

The cacophony of sound that filled the fellowship hall at Boulder’s Atonement Lutheran Church Tuesday night immediately hinted at the high-energy week ahead for the Uvalde, Texas, High School Mariachi Band “Los Coyotes” as they launched into their special partnership with the Boulder Concert Chorale. (Read more)

April 25th 2024 – Sharps and Flatirons

…the Boulder Chorale and conductor Vicki Burrichter are musically off to Mexico for a Fiesta de las Luces (Festival of lights). Their next program, to be presented Saturday and Sunday in Boulder and Longmont (April 27 and 28; see below) features Los Coyotes, an award-winning Mariachi Band from Uvalde, Texas, High School, as well as the Boulder Chorale’s children’s choir Bel Canto. The program is a celebration of Mexican culture in music, including both Mariachi music and other Mexican songs. (Read More)

April 24th 2024 – Claudia Garofalo on 9 News

Check out Claudia Garofalo’s interview with Boulder Concert Chorale’s Director Dr. Vicki Burricter, and Uvalde High School Los Coyotes Mariachi’s director Albert Martinez. Watch the full interview Here.

April 24th 2024 – Daily Camera

The 15 high school students in “Los Coyotes,” an award-winning mariachi band from Uvalde, Texas, paired up with students playing the same instruments at Longmont’s Skyline High School on Wednesday… (Read More)

January 2024 – VoyageDenver

“Every struggle [Dr. Vicki has] had has been important to the development of who [she is] as a conductor and a human being. We can all say that, right? As a woman in the field of conducting, it has not always been easy. Though it is gradually changing due to people like [her] former mentor Marin Alsop, women represent only 3% of all orchestral conductors, for example. Marin once advised [Dr. Vicki} to “make your projects – no one will give you anything,” and she was right. Read more Here! 


November 2022 – Sharps & Flatirons

“ ‘The sound of the oud is magnificent—mysterious and deep,” Burrichter says. “The three of them playing together was beautiful. I listened to them a lot, and then I thought I should listen to more Arabic music. I’m very excited about it, but it’s the most nerve-racking concert I’ve ever done, because it’s so outside what I know about.’ ” Read more Here! 


December 2023 – Daily Camera

Winter is the coldest and darkest of seasons, but it is also a time that holds some of the warmest and brightest celebrations of the year. Most cultures and religions for centuries have brought light in to fend off the dark and then celebrated the return of the light in midwinter. This concert traces the history and development of many of the world’s most endearing holiday customs, all of which involve lighting up the winter season. Read more Here! 


November 2022 – Daily Camera

Boulder Chorale Performs Middle Eastern Music: “Origins: The Fertile Crescent” will highlight Middle Eastern music and Northern African music, including songs by the late Egyptian singer and icon, Umm Kulthum. Percussionist David Hinojosa and world musicians will join. . .” Read more Here! 



January 2024
From Bel Canto’s Performance at Colorado Music Educators Association (CMEA) Conference

“That was about the best I’ve ever heard a children’s choir sound. Wonderful tone, dynamics, and presentation. Simply excellent”  -Music Professor at University of Northern Colorado

“I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your performance at CMEA. I have been a music teacher for over 20 years and have seen hundreds of performances over the years.  It is not often I hear a performance that brings me to tears as your performance did.  The Words/Does the World Say set was absolutely phenomenal.  The subject is so important, and your interpretation was beautiful.  Your students’ haunting voices have touched my soul.” -Westminster Public School Music Teacher

“It was so wonderful to be present at the Celtic Winter Concert on Sunday!! I had never heard the Boulder Chorale and was so thrilled by the imaginative choice of music and the genuine sense of welcome for the entire audience. I was so impressed by how the Piccolini choir seemed to love not just singing, but singing from their hearts and really projected their voices – how do such little ones do that?? I sat with strangers who welcomed me and were connected to the choir through children or past performances. I came on my own because my daughter was the fiddle player and I don’t often get to hear her performing. Then I was treated to this special, special concert that was so polished with pieces in both Scottish and Irish Gaelic and wonderful harmonies. That concert was the beginning of my Christmas celebrations. Thank you for such a heartwarming evening!!”

“No words can express my appreciation to you and the Boulder Chorale for a wonderful afternoon full of joyful memories and wonderful music/singing. Yesterday was a day I will always remember for the rest of my life. SIdi Mansour took me back home to my beloved City “Sfax”. El-Helwa Di  was a very popular song among our handball team players. It was requested on every road trip to an out of town  game!  In other words, I had a childhood memory with every song:) I loved it! THANK YOU!”


Logos for the Boulder Chorale, Boulder Concert Chorale, Boulder Chamber Chorale, and Boulder Children’s Chorale are available here for download.