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Seicento Baroque Ensemble is the recipient of two grants from the Boulder County Arts Alliance (BCAA). Since 1966, Boulder County Arts Alliance has acted as a catalyst to incubate, stimulate and sustain a thriving arts community in Boulder County. If you wish to support this grassroots funding campaign, see their website at www.bouldercountyarts.org.

Community Arts Fund Grant
The Community Arts Fund functions as something of a non-profit version of micro-financing to enhance creativity, education, collaborative performance and artistic excellence. This unique grant program represents one of the finest examples of the Boulder community's tradition of supporting its own artists of many stripes and disciplines. Modest grants are made possible periodically through contributions from people within the extended Boulder community.

This BCAA grant was awarded to support Seicento's Apprentice Artist in Early Music Performance program. The funds will allow a college-aged voice student selected from the Boulder area to receive coaching and lessons from internationally-known early music professionals in preparation for the fall concert series, where the Apprentice will have solo opportunities in the program.

Neodata Endowment Grant for Organization Project Support
The BCAA/Neodata Endowment was established to support artistic excellence and promote stability among individual artists and art organizations working within Boulder County. The endowment funds have been made available through the generous support of Neodata Services, Inc. 

This BCAA grant helped to underwrite fees for the three sackbut players from the Washington Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble who were a cornerstone of our fall concert series Czech Mate! Music for Singers, Strings & Sackbuts.  Sackbuts were critical to achieving the necessary level of excellence and authenticity for this historically significant premier performance in Colorado. In addition to the concerts, these professional musicians, experienced educators employed at east coast universities, gave a pre-concert lecture discussing and demonstrating their period instruments.  

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