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110.2 Wrap-Up

I am writing my wrap-up of the second weekend of Festival before it’s officially over because I tarried too long, and didn’t secure our tickets for Zimmerman’s Coffee House before it sold out.  Dear reader, it’s probably for the best – … Continue reading

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110.1 Wrap-Up

Time flies when you’re having fun!  The first weekend of the 110th Bethlehem Bach Festival is in the can, and it’s hard to believe how swiftly the two-day total immersion in Bach passed.  Here are some highlights from both sides … Continue reading

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110: First Weekend Preview

One of my friends on social media asked, this morning, “Are we in for a Nor’easter this weekend?”  At first I thought it was a bit of colorful hyperbole, but, alas, it looks as though we may have a bit … Continue reading

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Bach at Noon, April 11th: Spiritual Revival

I really wish I could sing at Tuesday’s Bach at Noon, but I’ll be too deep in the Holy Week Machine of bulletin editing and practicing to take the morning off from the day job.  Alas, it sounds like it’s … Continue reading

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Spring Concert Wrap-Up

I needed a day to think about yesterday afternoon’s concert before writing a wrap-up.  There was so much to ponder, and I also wanted some audience statistics, which were tabulated and arrived this afternoon.   The concert was a grand success … Continue reading

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Bach at Noon, February 14th: The True Story of Cinderella

One of the great pleasures of this past summer was the opportunity to sing Warren Martin’s The True Story of Cinderella, at both our July Bach at Noon, and at the Hermann Wiemer Vineyards, in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate … Continue reading

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What’s the Deal with These Moments of Ahhhh?

A couple  years ago, in the lead up to Christmas, it seemed almost every day that I would see a posts on Facebook, shared by many friends, that would begin something like this: Five bearded men with varying levels of hair … Continue reading

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