Monthly Archives: September 2010

Elizabeth Field in the Washington Press

Mention in the Washington Examiner of our concertmaster’s latest project in Washington DC.  Bach audiences in Bethlehem regularly enjoy Liz’s playing on modern violin, and will have the opportunity to hear her baroque instrument at the Zimmerman’s Coffee House concert … Continue reading

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And We’re Off!

We’ve very recently celebrated two milestones at the start of our new season:  last night The Choir gathered for our first rehearsal, and this afternoon we celebrated our 40th Bach at Noon (that verb is intentional – it was quite … Continue reading

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Climbing the Musical Ladder: Bach at Noon, Oct. 12th

“This great man (J. S. Bach)…would be the admiration of whole nations…if he had more amenity, if he did not take away the natural element in his pieces by giving them a turgid and confused style, and if he did … Continue reading

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An Invitation from Our Conductor

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Hindemith in New York

A post discussing our upcoming Fall Concert is forthcoming, but I wanted to alert listeners to the season opener of the New York Philharmonic. On the program is Wynton Marsalis’ long-awaited Swing Symphony, the tone poem, Don Juan, by Richard … Continue reading

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Introduction/Bach at Noon, 14 September

Welcome!  My name is David Ruhf, and I will be blogging for the Bach Choir of Bethlehem.  For my first post, I would like to introduce myself, discuss the purpose of this blog, and write about our first concert of … Continue reading

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