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SUN., NOV. 15, 2 pm — TOUR BACH SOCIETY CONCERT ARCHIVES WITH ARTISTIC DIRECTOR MATTHIAS MAUTE

 Join us as we travel through time to explore concerts from our digital archives, with tour guide, Artistic Director Matthias Maute.

SUN., JAN. 17, 2 pm — ALL ROADS LEAD TO BACH

Join Margaret Humphrey, violin, and Asako Hirabayashi, harpsichord, as they take us on a musical and philosophical tour through works by Biber, Pisendel and Walter, culminating in Bach’s glorious accompanied violin sonata BWV 1016.

SUN., FEB. 21, 2 pm — BACH, BANTER, AND BADINERIE!

Soprano Sarah Brailey’s voice will shine again in Bach’s wonderful cantata Ich habe genug BWV 82a. The program also features a new version of Bach’s famous B Minor Suite for flute, arranged for recorder and strings and performed by Artistic Director, Matthias Maute. This program of musical revelry and rejoicing will carry us through a sparkling journey of satisfaction and joy.

Legends and Lies: The Story of Till Eulenspiegel, in collaboration with Cantus

THURS., APRIL 8, 2021, 7:30 pm Westminster Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis
THURS., APRIL 15, 2021, 11 am Colonial Church of Edina, Edina
SAT., APRIL 17, 2021, 7:30 pm Trinity Lutheran Church, Stillwater
SUN., APRIL 18, 2021, 3 pm Wayzata Community Church, Wayzata
FRI., APRIL 23, 2021, 7:30 pm Ordway Concert Hall, St. Paul
Time travel with Cantus and the Bach Society of Minnesota as the artists explore
the life of the mischievous prankster Till Eulenspiegel as he crosses Europe during the 30 Years’ War. The program follows Till as he braves a dangerous world, rubbing shoulders with the ragged, regimental, and royal. Legends and Lies highlights the versatility of chamber music through repertoire spanning five centuries, from Monteverdi to contemporary composer Michael McGlynn.

coming to a lawn chair near you!

SEPT. 14–20, 2020
MAY 10–16, 2021
FREE Outdoor mini
concerts featuring Bach
Society musicians at a
safe distance. Performed
throughout the Twin
Cities for two weeks in
the fall and spring.
Performance info:
bachsocietymn.org