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It is Summer and we have gone to the garden to refresh our souls before the new season begins in the Fall. See you then!

Why Should I go to the Saint Matthew Passion March 26th? Well, did you miss the DBS March concert last year when they were awesome…

“—for instance the arrestingly mysterious opening ensemble of the Heart cantata, the amazing falling harmonic progression in the opening chorus of the cantata devoted to the Knees, and joyous, flowing melismas of the final chorus, after a largely reflective work. But it is impossible, in 2017, to hear this work without observing this origin of gestures that would turn up in the music of Bach and Handel (both of whom knew Buxtehude personally), and are echoed even in the choral-orchestral works of Mendelssohn, Brahms, and Mahler. Among the impeccable vocal soloists, soprano Anna Fredericka Popova provided a particularly fine and stunning performance; as always in a concert of the Dallas Bach Society, the audience not only heard great music but experienced the re-creation of a different era as expressed in music. ” from Theater Jones, 2017

Do not miss March 26th at the Meyerson for J.S. Bach’s Saint Matthew Passion! Bach’s greatest sacred work, with double chorus and orchestra is featured in a gala performance in the magnificent acoustic of the Meyerson Symphony Center, featuring Dann Coakwell as the Evangelist, David Grogan as Christus, with the Children’s Chorus of Dallas and Anna Fredericka-Popova among others.

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