2018-2019 Concert Season

Season subscriptions are only available by calling the box office:
314-652-BACH

Season Ticket Level 1: $195/each
• October, March and May concerts in Section 1 (excludes Bach Festival)
• Choice of Christmas Concert Seating in:
Dress Circle Box, Grand Tier Box, Dress Circle Row A or Orchestra Center (Row A-N)

Season Ticket Level 2: $150/each
• October, March and May concerts in Section 2 (excludes Bach Festival)
• Choice of Christmas Concert Seating in:
Dress Circle (Row B-E), Orchestra Center (Row O-V) or Orchestra Side (Left or Right)

Season Ticket Level 3: $105/each
• October, March and May concerts in Section 3 (excludes Bach Festival)
• Choice of Christmas Concert Seating in:
Orchestra Rear, Grand Circle (Row F) or Grand Circle (Row G-N)

 

 

Echoes from the Baltic Coast
October 21, 2018 at 3:00pm
St. Stanislaus Polish Church

Experience rarely-heard, stunningly beautiful a cappella music of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania in the beautiful acoustics of St. Stanislaus Church.

 

 

Christmas Candlelight Concert
Presented by Emerson

December 11, 2018 at 7:30pm
Powell Hall

Celebrate Christmas with the Bach Society, joined by special guests, The St. Louis Children’s Choirs and soloists Emily Birsan and Ian Greenlaw.
Hosted by legendary jazz singer, Denise Thimes.

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Duruflé Requiem
Presented in collaboration with St. Louis Cathedral Concerts
March 3, 2019 at 7:30pm
Cathedral Basilica

Maurice Duruflé‘s most stunning and greatest work, performed by the Bach Society Chorus and Orchestra,
and soloists Alice Anne Light and Alexander Dobson,                                                          sponsored by Linda and Tyrree Derrick.

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2019 St. Louis Bach Festival
Presented by Centene Charitable Foundation
April 28th – May 19th, 2019
Varied venues throughout St. Louis

Another festival full of collaborations and surprises, all celebrating the music of J.S. Bach!  Single tickets to Bach Festival events available in January 2019.

 

 

Bach’s Mass in B minor
May 19th, 2019 at 3:00pm
First Presbyterian Church, Kirkwood

Bach’s most monumental work, performed by the Bach Society Chorus and Orchestra with soloists Sherezade Panthaki, Meg Bragle, Lawrence Jones and Tyler Duncan.
Presented by Mr. Robert Duesenberg.