Bach's St. Matthew Passion with American Bach Soloists
Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Bach's St. Matthew Passion with American Bach Soloists

  • 3 Bayview Ave Belvedere Tiburon, CA 94920 (map)
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ABS and Thomas, “unsurpassable as a Bach interpreter” (San Francisco Classical Voice), have become closely associated with Bach’s masterpiece, the Saint Matthew Passion. Their emotionally stirring performances are unforgettable. The experience of their 2012 performances of an early version of the work made a profound impact on audiences and critics alike. “I am so grateful I was there,” one patron excitedly proclaimed. SFCV also remarked that the work, “when cleansed of much historical baggage, shone as new. Thanks to Thomas and ABS for such a profoundly beautiful, moving evening.” Returning to its more familiar form this season, Thomas will direct the Passion with his distinctive focus on musical detail, transparent textures, direct expression, and intense intimacy. ABS and the American Bach Choir will be joined by ten superb vocal soloists.

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The Impossibility of Purity
Mar
9
2:00 PM14:00

The Impossibility of Purity

  • 1 East Mount Vernon Place Baltimore, MD, 21202 United States (map)
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Works by:
-Hildegard of Bingen
-Tarquinio Merula
-Joshua Bornfield
-Henry Purcell
-J.S. Bach
-Kaija Saariaho

Assisted by:
Paula Maust, harpsichord
JT Mitchell, baroque flute
Stephanie Zimmerman, baroque violin
Brenda Koh, baroque violin
Namgon Lee, baroque viola
Jamie Gallupe, baroque cello
Cameron Welke, theorbo
Taya Ricker, violin

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Church Circle Singers: Migrations
Jun
9
7:00 PM19:00

Church Circle Singers: Migrations

Please join us this June as we present an uplifting program featuring William Averitt's Afro-American Fragments (Langston Hughes)an invigorating work for SATB choir, soprano soloist, and piano four-hands, stunning new a cappella arrangements of traditional African-American spirituals like, ‘My Lord, What a Morning,’ ’Then My Little Soul’s Gonna Shine,’ ‘Deep River,’ and ‘Wade in the Water,' by composer/pianist Stephen Coxe, a set of American songs in Shawn Kirchner's Heavenly Home, and Leonard Bernstein's glorious Almighty Father from 'Mass.'  Entire program to be announced.

We will perform right alongside newly selected members of our youth outreach choir, the Church Circle Young Singers,  made up of talented high school choral students from throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

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Six Degree Singers Presents A Whole Village
Jun
3
4:00 PM16:00

Six Degree Singers Presents A Whole Village

Please join us for our 2018 Spring Concert Series, A Whole Village: A celebration of diversity in music! This program features exciting world music from across the globe and we are delighted to be joined by the Albert Einstein High School Chamber Singers and dancers from the SAPAN Institute! We look forward to seeing you there! Pick up your tickets here today!

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Six Degree Singers Presents A Whole Village
Jun
2
7:30 PM19:30

Six Degree Singers Presents A Whole Village

Please join us for our 2018 Spring Concert Series, A Whole Village: A celebration of diversity in music! This program features exciting world music from across the globe and we are delighted to be joined by the Albert Einstein High School Chamber Singers and dancers from the SAPAN Institute! We look forward to seeing you there! Pick up your tickets here today!

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Baltimore Bach Ensemble
May
22
7:00 PM19:00

Baltimore Bach Ensemble

Join the Baltimore Bach Ensemble for a performance of repertoire to be presented at the Early Music America convention in Bloomington, IN. Works by Bach and Telemann will be presented in the gallery of the library.

Katelyn G. Aungst, soprano
William Marshall, baritone
Sarah Lynn & JT Mitchell, flute
Stephanie Zimmerman, violin
Matt Gabriel, cello
Paula Maust, harpsichord

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