The month-long Festival will celebrate the breadth of Bach’s work with numerous events across the St. Louis area. It will include both free and ticketed concerts, collaborations with local arts and cultural organizations, and several education and outreach opportunities, including free concerts for middle and high school students in North County.
Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos
Sunday, April 8, 2018 3:00pm
Salem United Methodist Church
1200 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63131
Few musical works are as loved, and as often performed, as Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos. The concert will also feature two of Bach’s motets, sung by the Bach Society chorus.
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Bach Society Young Artist Recital
Sunday, April 15, 2018, 3:00PM
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church
808 North Mason Rd, Creve Coeur, MO 63141
The Young Artist Scholarship Program was established in 1989 to provide performance experience and enhance professional training for career-oriented soloists, some of whom now sing in concert halls and opera houses across the country. The 2017-2018 award recipients present a FREE recital with a variety of music from Bach to favorites from operatic and musical theatre repertoire. Enjoy hearing soprano Madalyn Mentor, mezzo soprano Emerald Barbour, tenor ____and baritone _____ accompanied by Sandra Geary. Free admission.
Tickets: FREE event
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Learn a little more about Bach’s music and sing it better than you thought you could with this fun workshop! Singers of ALL levels and Bach interests are invited to participate! Led by Bach Specialist, David Gordon.
Tickets are available at www.bachsociety.org and by calling 314-652-BACH
Bach’s Cello Suites
Description: Bach’s Cello Suites are some of the most frequently performed and recognizable solo compositions ever written for solo cello and are considered to be the most profound of all classical music works. The performance will be accompanied by the creation of live visual art by:____. Tickets are available at www.bachsociety.org and by calling 314-652-BACH
Bach at the Bistro
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 6:00PM
3536 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
Tickets: General Admission- all tickets are $35.
Link to tickets: http://www.jazzstl.org/experience/artists/bach-at-the-bistro/
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One part Bach and one part jazz, shaken-not stirred. Presented at Jazz at the Bistro, this event is the perfect for a unique date night or a fun night out with friends- featuring jazz guitarist Steve Schenkel and pianist Kim Portnoy. Tickets available at tickets.jazzstl.org or by calling: 314-571-6000
From Bach to Bernstein
Tickets: General Admission- all tickets are $25.
Soprano Marlissa Hudson recently made her Carnegie Hall debut and will join us in St. Louis to present a fun program, showcasing music that spans 250 years!