Arias and Instrumental Music by J.S. Bach
Join Music City Baroque for a cup of coffee and a performance celebrating the talents of our favorite composer, J.S. Bach.
Soprano Angela Carr joins MCB for arias from Cantatas 58 and 129, as well as "Ich folge dir gleichfalls..." from the St. John Passion. In these works Bach seamlessly weaves together instrumental and vocal lines, endlessly creative in his dedication to the texts and their meaning.
Also on the program is the well-known G-major trio sonata, here in a version for flute and cello. And we explore some of Bach's solo works, with performances by flautist Jessica Dunnavant and cellist Christopher Stenstrom.
Join us for this fun, casual event with music by one of the greatest composers of all time.
J.S. Bach Coffee Concert
Sunday, May 21, 3:00 p.m.
Church of the Good Shepherd
1420 Wilson Pike, Brentwood (map)
The music of the French Baroque is some of the most beautiful and haunting ever written. This unique style can also be one of the most challenging to perform, with a style that is demanding both technically and intellectually.
As part of this concert week, Music City Baroque, in partnership with The Nashville Symphony, will host the world-renowned Baroque flautist Barthold Kuijken for an open rehearsal. He will share with musicians and audience alike aspects of French Baroque style, touching on the ideals that were important to the composers as well as the finer points of performance practice.
For more details, visit our concerts page.
Open Rehearsal with Barthold Kuijken
Tuesday, March 21, 7:00 p.m.
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
MCB performs music of the French Baroque
Sunday, March 26, 3:00 p.m.
West End United Methodist Church