Bach & Beyond Baroque Music Festival Concert #3

Jun 16 2019 - 3:00pm Violist David RoseViolist David Rose

Reserved Seating $20 ($51 Three-Concert Subscription)

Join us for the 24th annual Bach & Beyond Baroque Music Festival!

Bach & Beyond is a lively celebration of Baroque music, happening each June. Spirited performances of some of the greatest music ever written take place in an acoustically ideal setting. Treat yourself to the lighthearted atmosphere that has distinguished the Festival since its beginning in 1996.  Quality performances by Baroque specialists will leave you applauding for more! Though the musical genius of Johann Sebastian Bach is the foundation of the Festival, each year we include other great composers whose works reflect Bach's inspirational influence.

Planning for the Festival is still underway, but highlights of the three concert programs have been announced.  

Sunday's Concert Program features:

George Frideric Handel: Messiah
     Janet Brown, Soprano
     Dawn Pierce, Mezzo Soprano
     Nathaniel McEwen, Tenor
     Steven Stull, Baritone

Pre-Concert Conversation
Interested in hearing more about each concert program, how it was developed and specific information about the scheduled works?  Join Maestro Grant Cooper and selected Festival musicians for a 30-minute, in-depth conversation before each concert.  Beginning an hour before the concert's scheduled start, these special talks are held inside the theatre and are free to ticket holders. 

Subscriptions are the Best Bargain 
Consider a subscription to the 2019 Bach & Beyond Festival.  Three concerts over three days for only $51.  Individual concert tickets are $20; so, a subscription represents a $9 savings for the three concerts.  

In addition to saving on the cost of tickets, subscribers are invited to attend a special Subscribers' Reception with the musicians immediately following Sunday's concert! 

Discount admission and a post-concert reception ... what more incentive to subscribe could there be?!?!  Subscribe TODAY!

 

 

 

Funded, in part, by the New York State Council on the Arts with support from Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature