First of all - THANKS to one and all for making our live 2020-21 season a great success. DBS was, we believe, one of only two ensembles nationwide to give a live season under Covid-19. To all who collaborated to make this possible, from musicians to audience to our gracious hosts, our most profound thanks!!
Going forward - WELCOME back to a normal (knock on wood!) season of great music from the Baroque, featuring, of course, the masterworks of Johann Sebastian Bach. We promise the following:
Every concert a unique experience! Variety of Repertoire, Artistic Expression, and Viewpoint.
No price increases - every price will be equal or lower than pre-pandemic levels.
Our welcome back gift - $10 General Admission seats for the Saint John Passion, as well as ticket packages designed to make the most of your enjoyment of the Dallas Bach Society.
We will continue to monitor and conform to Covid guidelines, as they develop.
We are delighted to offer you a return to a full season of live performances, in collaboration with great venues: the Meyerson Symphony Center; Zion Lutheran Church; the historic Aldredge House on Swiss Avenue (home to the Dallas County Medical Society Alliance and Foundation); and, we hope, the Caruth Auditorium at SMU and the Cour Regard of the Dallas Institute for the Humanities and Culture.
Our CyberBach program will continue with video-on demand options of our concerts available through our website.
Our popular pre-concert talks before each concert will continue, and will be also part of each video link.
Once again, here is the complete schedule - please join us for the season, in either a live or a virtual context. The performances will all be live and new, as the ongoing study and love for the music shared by our artists will proceed apace. Serious music needs your support as never before - is it really possible that Columbia Artists Management has closed its doors? It’s up to all of us to keep the flame alive!