House Concerts

Our amazing House Concert series allows you to experience great soloists and exquisite music up close and personal, just like a great musical patron of the period. These concerts are held in private homes or smaller venues; locations are revealed after subscription / ticket purchase. Subscribe now to get these concerts included in or added on to your order. They have a lovely tendency to fill up!

7:00pm Hors d’oeuvres and libations
8:00pm Concert

Our House Concerts all include hospitality before the concert, so that you can mingle and get to know other music lovers, as well as the artists themselves.

Bach & Rameau

Saturday, November 2, 2019

James Richman, harpsichord, plays a Bach French Suite and works of Jean-Philippe Rameau, arguably the greatest of the French Baroque composers.

Bach & the Cantata

Saturday, January 11, 2020

Dann Coakwell, tenor, joins us for an intimate evening drawn from the Baroque cantata repertoire.

Bach & the Gamba

Saturday, February 8, 2020

This concert is a particularly special evening! Three amazing gambists – Brent Wissick, Stephanie Raby, and Christopher Phillpott, with lute and harpsichord continuo, in collaboration with the Dallas Institute for the Humanities and Culture – at their amazing Cour Regard venue, a beautiful space established by long time DBS supporter Betty Regard. Your tickets include “DBS Goes to the Movies – Tout les matins du monde, with Gerard Depardieu” at the Institute the week before the concert, moderated by the DIHC’s Dr. Scott Churchill and DBS Artistic Director James Richman. The movie is a fabulous depiction of the musical life in the period, especially gamba music and the mysterious Sieur de Sainte-Colombe, who was a very important composer and performer, and whose daughters all played the gamba and formed what must have been the first gamba “girl group” in history, “Les filles de Sainte-Colombe”.

Bach & the Flute

Saturday, May 2, 2020

A natural combination! Tamara Meredith, flauto traverso, plays Bach as well as other amazing solo repertoire.

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