Bach Festival 2018

Arts and Entertainment

January 18, 2018

From: Bach Festival

Schedule:

Friday, April 20, 2018

12:00-2:30 p.m: Open House at Boesel Musical Arts Center

Riemenschneider Bach Institute,  Featuring a display of rare items from the vault.

1:00-2:15 p.m: Master Class at Boesel Musical Arts Center

Kadel Family Vocal Music Hall,  Nicholas Phan, tenor. Hailed by Opera News as “…one of the most beautiful young lyric voices around…”

2:15 p.m: Festival Brass at Marting Hall Tower

John Brndiar, conductor

3:00 p.m: Chatham Baroque at Kulas Musical Arts Building

Featuring Andrew Fouts, baroque violin, Patricia Halverson, viola da gamba, and Scout Pauley, theorbo. With special guests Nicole Keller, organ, and Alice Culin-Ellison, baroque violin.

"Bach and Before": This early music trio (and friends) will perform selections from Bach’s chamber music including the Sonata in G Major for violing and continuo, BWV 1021, and a chamber arrangement of an organ trio sonata, as well as works by Biber, Buxtehude, and Berali.

The BW Conservatory is pleased to offer a live-stream of this concert. Due to copyright issues, the concert will not be archived for future viewing. A few minutes before the concert is scheduled to begin, simply click on the link below and be sure to adjust the speakers attached to your computer. Finally, sit back and enjoy the outstanding performance.

4:30-6:30 p.m: Colony Room Buffet Dinner at Strosacker Hall

Enjoy a buffet including soup, salad bar, hot entrées, potato, vegetables, rolls and dessert.

5:00-5:45 p.m: RBI Scholar Student Research Presentation at Kulas Musical Arts Building

2017-2018 RBI Scholar Simeon Brown (Music History and Guitar Performance '18) will present his research on the RBI's rare copy of the 16th-century Giovanelli partbooks.

5:00-6:15 p.m: Food Trucks at Seminary Street

Experience local and innovative eats. Enjoy dinner at a picnic table on the Kohler Lawn while listening to the Festival Brass.

6:15 p.m: Festival Brass at Marting Hall Tower

John Brndiar, conductor

7:00 p.m: Bach and Friends at Kulas Musical Arts Building

J.S. Bach: Ich habe genug, BWV 82
Tyler Duncan, baritone
Danna Sundet, oboe
J.S. Bach: Ricecar à 6 from BWV 1079
Nicole Keller, organ
J.S. Bach/Webern: Ricecar à 6 from BWV 1079
Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 5, "Reformation"
Baldwin Wallace Symphony Orchestra
Tiffany Chang, conductor

The BW Conservatory is pleased to offer a live-stream of this concert. Due to copyright issues, the concert will not be archived for future viewing. A few minutes before the concert is scheduled to begin, simply click on the link below and be sure to adjust the speakers attached to your computer. Finally, sit back and enjoy the outstanding performance.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

9:00 a.m: Das Rennen Bach at Course begins at the Boesel Musical Arts Center

5K Run/1 Mile Fun Walk

11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m: Master Class at Kadel Family Vocal Music Hall, Boesel Musical Arts Center

Tyler Duncan, baritone. Mr. Duncan brings consummate musicianship, vocal beauty and interpretive insight to recital, concert and operatic literature.

1:00 p.m: Lecture at Chamber Hall, Kulas Musical Arts Building

Presented by Dr. Daniel R. Melamed, Professor of Musicology, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University

2:15 p.m: Festival Brass at Marting Hall Tower

John Brndiar, conductor

3:00 p.m: Kenari Quartet ($)

Gamble Auditorium, Kulas Musical Arts Building
The Kenari Quartet and BW musicians will perform Bach-influenced Maslanka works together with works by Bach.

The BW Conservatory is pleased to offer a live-stream of this concert. Due to copyright issues, the concert will not be archived for future viewing. A few minutes before the concert is scheduled to begin, simply click on the link below and be sure to adjust the speakers attached to your computer. Finally, sit back and enjoy the outstanding performance.

4:30-6:30 p.m: Colony Room Buffet Dinner at Strosacker Hall

Enjoy a buffet including soup, salad bar, hot entrées, potato, vegetables, rolls and dessert.

6:15 p.m: Festival Brass at Marting Hall Tower

John Brndiar, conductor

7:00 p.m: St. John Passion at Gamble Auditorium, Kulas Musical Arts Building
    
J. S. Bach: St. John Passion, BWV 245
Tyler Duncan, Jesus
Nicholas Phan, Evangelist
Charles Wesley Evans, Pilate & baritone solos
Molly Quinn, soprano
Jay Carter, counter-tenor
Brian Giebler, tenor
Motet Choir
Festival Chamber Orchestra
Dirk Garner, conductor

The BW Conservatory is pleased to offer a live-stream of this concert. Due to copyright issues, the concert will not be archived for future viewing. A few minutes before the concert is scheduled to begin, simply click on the link below and be sure to adjust the speakers attached to your computer. Finally, sit back and enjoy the outstanding performance.

Sunday, April 22, 2018

11:15 a.m: Bach Service at The United Methodist Church of Berea
Baldwin Wallace Treble Choir
Jordan Saul, conductor.

Date: April 20 - 22, 2018

Locations: Various Location, Berea, OH 44017.

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