2014-15 Season

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The Historical Cello in Germany

The Historical Cello in Germany 

Friday, 7 November 2014, 8pm — Flower Mound Saturday, 8 November 2014, 8pm — Dallas 

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

Eric Smith

 

Our principal cellist, Eric Smith plays a Bach suite for solo cello and Beethoven’s Sonata in G minor, plus a splendid Adagio from Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach. Hear for yourself how Bach’s amazing solo suites sound on an instrument from his time, and how the change of style and of the cello bow led to a different kind of music in the early Beethoven sonatas for cello

Organ Recital: SMU Welcomes Stefan Engels

Organ Recital:  SMU Welcomes Stefan Engels 

Saturday, 22 November 2014, 8pm — SMU Caruth Auditorium 

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Internationally renowned concert artist and organist Stefan Engels, who joins the Meadows School of the Arts this fall as the new Leah Fullinwider Centennial Chair of Organ, presents his debut recital on the amazing Caruth Auditorium organ. The Dallas Bach Society strings join Maestro Engels in Baroque concertos, as we collaborate with SMU in presenting this special evening. Free to all DBS subscribers!  
Seating for this event through the Dallas Bach Society is limited to free tickets to season subscribers, but door tickets will be available the day of the event directly from SMU at the Caruth Auditorium.

Baroque Christmas

Baroque Christmas 

Friday, 5 December 2014, 8pm — Church of the Incarnation 

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DBS provides a Grand Tour of European music celebrating the Christmas holidays in Baroque style. Works by J.S. Bach, Telemann, Couperin, Corelli, and Schütz

Messiah Sing-Along

Messiah Sing-Along 

Saturday, 20 December 2014, 8pm — Church of the Incarnation 

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Building on momentum and tremendous response from last season’s Messiah Sing- Along, this season’s performance will feature both Premium/General Admission seating.  SATB Seating will be organized at the concert for people who want to sit in Choral sections.

Need a Sing-Along booklet?  We also have them for sale online and at the door for $15.  Order your today!

Handel’s Messiah

Handel’s Messiah 

Monday, 22 December 2014, 7pm — Meyerson Symphony Center 

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A complete performance of Handel’s Messiah featuring the Dallas Bach Choir and Orchestra, with soloists Ava Pine, Soprano, Drew Minter, Countertenor, Dann Coakwell, Tenor, and David Grogan, Bass

The Full Messiah 2 disk set are available for sale both online and at the door for $30 each.  Order yours today!

Want a copy of the Hardbound Messiah Score, signed by Maestro James Richman?  It would make a great Christmas gift for any music lover.  Order online or at the door on the day of the concert for $50

Brandenburg Concertos, Complete

Brandenburg Concertos, Complete 

Wednesday, 31 December 2014, 7pm — Church of the Incarnation 

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Ring in the New Year with the Dallas Bach Society with a performance of J.S. Bach’s complete Brandenburg Concertos. The Society is joined by virtuoso instrumentalists from around the U.S. for a festive performance of Bach’s greatest instrumental music, the set of Concerts à plusieurs instruments which he offered to the Margrave of Brandenburg. While this manuscript failed in its purpose of procuring a court position for the composer, and indeed languished unplayed for a century, the Brandenburg Concertos are Bach’s greatest instrumental music and have provided endless enjoyment for music lovers since they were popularized in the nineteenth century

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