|June 6th, 2015.
|5:30 PM to 8:00 PM|
|First Congregational Church, 251 Main Street, Great Barrington, MA 01230|
|Berkshire Bach Society|
|James Bagwell conducts Johann Sebastian Bach’s uproarious "Coffee Cantata," his Cantata 150, which inspired Brahms's final symphony, and the rarely heard Vivaldi Stabat Mater, sung by noted mezzo soprano Hai Ting Chin. Rounding out the program will be Bach's Orchestral Suite #2 in b minor played by the Bard College Baroque Ensemble. A pre-concert “kaffee klatch” for mingling with the musicians prior to the concert in Leipzig-like tradition is designed to enhance the engagement and communication between musicians and audience before rather than after the concert.|
Kaffeehaus with Musicians at 5:30pm.
(Coffee by Barrington Coffee Roasting Company)
$50 Preferred Seating (by Reservation)
$30 General Public – open seating
$45/$25 Berkshire Bach Members
Students with ID are welcomed as our guests.
Advance Tickets are available at:
BrownPaperTickets.com (event #1443678)