Monthly Archives: March 2012

The St. John Passion

Our recording label, Analekta, released last May’s recording of the St. John Passion at the very end of February.  You can listen to it on the Analekta site, on Spotify, and it’s available for download from iTunes and Analekta.  We … Continue reading

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Spring Concert Wrap-Up

Thanks to everyone on hand for our 2012 Spring Concert, now a happy memory for all involved.  At first (and second) glance, it was a “heavy” program, including Brahms’ Four Serious Songs, an encomium to the Holy Spirit’s help in our … Continue reading

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The Countdown Continues (With Updates)

The always-insightful Steve Siegel has a great preview up on the Morning Call’s site.  Thanks to Ellis Finger for hosting me on WDIY on Tuesday morning.  It’s always a pleasure to discuss The Choir’s work with our friends at WDIY. … Continue reading

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Bach at Noon Wrap-Up

Wow.  Greg commended to us Dashon Burton’s excellent singing at rehearsal last night, but his beautiful, passionate performance of Cantata No. 82 far exceeded already-high expectations.  This afternoon’s concert was a beautiful fusion of intellectual rigor and consumate expressivity.  We … Continue reading

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Elemental Things: The 2012 Spring Concert, March 18th

“The world today is sick to its thin blood for lack of elemental things, for fire before the hands, for water welling from the earth, for air, for the dear earth itself underfoot.” -Henry Beston, The Outermost House I encountered this … Continue reading

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Omnibus Update

Apologies for the long absence from the blog – it’s been a busy couple of months, not the least of which for members of the Bach Choir.  I’m going to offer a few wrap-ups, a couple of invitations, and a … Continue reading

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