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2023-2024 Season
Dear Friends,

Welcome to our new season! What a fabulous time we had together last year – we’re aiming to make it even more fun this time!!

Great News – we’re going back to Eataly for Carnevale, maybe conjoined with Valentine’s Day, as Shrove Tuesday next year is February 13. We have to wait on the corporate people at Eataly to pick a date for the party, but we have the go ahead to announce, begging your patience as to exactly when.

We’re returning to the great B Minor Mass after several years off – it should be an awesome experience to hear live once again, particularly after the great success we had with Magnificat and Easter Oratorio.

We have three perfect concerts for the Aldredge House – two of our favorite vocalists, Dianna Grabowski and Haley Sicking, as well as a show for multiple viols, bringing back a great favorite from just before Covid. They will all also be heard in private homes as in previous years.

Of course Messiah at the Meyerson and the Messiah Sing-Along, and New Year’s Eve, this year dedicated to favorites like Cantata 140 (Wachet auf), Sheep May Safely Graze (as Bach wrote it!), Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, and other heart-warming masterpieces which we all love and enjoy.

A new direction will be the concert of Italian masters called “The ‘I’s’ have it” featuring Corelli, Vivaldi, Veracini and all the other “i’s” – this is great stuff, which is why our Johann Sebastian was constantly investigating and reworking this music for his own band. Think: Italian Concerto – he arranged a couple dozen for the harpsichord before adding his own, which we adore, to the Klavierübung.

To open the season at the Moody Performance Hall on September 29, Catherine Turocy brings her solo dancers to join our solo instrumentalists for “Bach and the Dance” for an intimate evening in this delightful space which has become so popular.

We’ve had a great time putting all this together, and we don’t want you to miss a single moment. SUBSCRIBE NOW and get a terrific bargain, while saving us the costs of extra advertising, which we would rather spend on the great artists you will be enjoying all year.

James Richman

Artistic Director

Mark Goodson

Board of Directors


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