2014 SUMMER FESTIVAL CONCERTS on July 31 * August 7 * August 14
with THE NEW BAROQUE SOLOISTS playing Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, and some Mozart sprinkled in, with horns, oboe, organ, strings and basso continuo.
Concert starts at 5:30pm followed by reception with the musicians of The New Baroque Soloists.
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BACH and the Lutheran Legacy

Simon Russell Beale explores how Martin Luther, himself a composer, had a profound effect on the development of sacred music, re-defining the role of congregational singing and the use of the organ in services. Ultimately, these reforms would shape the world of J.S. Bach and inspire him to write some of the greatest sacred music.

With music performed by The Sixteen, conducted by Harry Christophers.


Summer Festival 2013

BACH Overture for 2 trumpets, oboe, strings and basso continuo played by
Vincent Lionti (viola), Song-A Cho and Cecee Pantikian (violin), Michael Haas (cello), Melvin Chen (piano/basso continuo), Amanda Hardy (oboe), Douglas Myers and Stephen Luck (trumpet/horn)