2014-15 Season

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Around the Mediterranean

Around the Mediterranean 

Friday, 30 January 2015, 8pm — Flower Mound Saturday, 31 January 2015, 8pm — Dallas
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Experience what Theater Jones called the “Royal Treatment” of the Dallas Bach Society House Concert series, with exquisite music and gracious hospitality to be enjoyed up close and personal – just as in the great salons. Available as a stand-alone subscription, or add-on to your traditional concert series season subscription.

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Soprano Nell Snaidas, a specialist in early Italian music, zarzuela, and Sephardic song, offers a musical tour of the Mediterranean countries. Ms. Snaidas began her career singing the lead roles in zarzuelas with Repertorio Español in New York, sang opera of Alessandro Scarlatti at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, has toured all over Europe and Latin America with her specialty of Italian and Spanish Baroque, and also starred internationally as “Christine” in Phantom of the Opera, as well as singing solo in the Broadway cast album of Hair

 

 

Armonia Celeste — Three Ladies of Ferrara

Armonia Celeste — Three Ladies of Ferrara 

Sunday, 15 February 2015, 3pm — SMU Caruth Auditorium 
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Our friends from the Armonia Celeste ensemble perform a sizzling concert of virtuoso Italian chamber music written for the Three Ladies of Ferrara, the most popular ensemble of its time, with Baroque harp, lutes and guitar. Come and enjoy the music which set the standard for all things Baroque

A Baroque Flute Wine Tour

A Baroque Flute Wine Tour 

Friday, 6 March 2015, 8pm — Flower Mound Saturday, 7 March 2015, 8pm — Dallas
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Our favorite Baroque flutist Tamara Meredith plays a concert of music from favorite wine venues across Europe, to be accompanied by a sampling of these vintages. As the recorder gave way to the transverse, or German, flute as the eighteenth century got underway, the flauto traverso became the most popular instrument for house music among the aristocracy of Europe. The delightful Ms. Meredith plays a bouquet of pieces to be enjoyed along with the bouquet of a fine wine

Mass in B Minor

Mass in B Minor 

Saturday, 11 April 2015, 7pm — Church of the Incarnation 
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Note that construction at Church of the Incarnation is in full swing and it is highly likely that the McKinney Avenue entrance will be completely closed at the time of this concert.  We recommend using the complimentary valet service which will be set up on the Central Expressway side of the church.
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For the first time in ten years, the great Mass in B Minor of Sebastian Bach, with soloists Anna Popov, Soprano, Agnes Vojtko, Mezzo-Soprano, Nicholas Garza, Countertenor, Dann Coakwell, Tenor, and Curtis Streetman, Bass. Bach’s most famous mass was composed piecemeal, starting with the Missa (Kyrie and Gloria), common to

both Lutheran and Catholic services, which he dedicated to the new monarch of Saxony, Augustus III, a Catholic. As he hoped, he was made “Electoral Saxon Court Composer” in 1736. Bach then reworked a Sanctus from 1724, and wrote the Symbolum Nicaeum and the remaining movements just before his death, finishing in 1749. While he never heard the whole mass at one sitting, we can now enjoy the magnificence of the work his son Carl Philipp Emanuel called “The Great Catholic Mass.” 

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