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Dear Friends,


Just a brief word about out upcoming March and April concerts.

We have our last Chamber Series concert at the Historic Aldredge House on
Friday, March 24, with a charming duo recital of operatic arias and duos featuring
soprano Nini Marchese and tenor Matthieu Peyregne. As always, we will have
hors d’oeuvres and libations at 6pm, followed by the concert at 7pm.
You can still get tickets to this lovely evening here.

Our last Masterworks Series concert in the magnificent acoustic of Zion Lutheran
Church on Sunday, April 30 at 3pm, will feature two of the great works of Johann
Sebastian Bach, as we present the Easter Oratorio, Kommt Eilet und Laufet, BWV

249, paired with the incomparable Magnificat, BWV 243.

You can obtain single tickets on TicketDFW, online or at 214-871-5000.


We look forward to seeing you soon!

Yours truly,

James Richman
Artistic Director

The Southwest's primary resource for early music.

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The Dallas Bach Society is the Southwest’s primary resource for Baroque music on original instruments. The Dallas Bach Society unites the finest vocalists and instrumentalists in lively and informed performances of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Purcell, Monteverdi, Couperin, and Schütz: all the great music from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, both masterpieces familiar to music lovers, and those awaiting their discovery.

Our concerts are made possible in part by:

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Flute for CIO event(1)
DBS Meet the Orchestra:  Episode 5 Christopher Phillpott, Viola da Gamba
DBS: Bach & Flute sneak peak
Gloria (Finale) by Handel.
from Bach Concerto in D minor for 2 violins
Winter from Vivaldi's Four Seasons
But who may abide clip from 2020 DBS Handel's Messiah.
Caroling in German with the Dallas Bach Society


P. O. Box 140201
Dallas, TX 75214

(214) 320-8700

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