Posts Tagged ‘bach’


Abendmusik Concert: Mass in B Minor

February 10, 2014

Bach Society HoustonA continuation of the Houston Early Music Festival performance, this Sunday, February 16th, I have the pleasure of performing Bach’s monumental masterpiece, Mass in B Minor.  The Abendmusik Concert: Mass in B Minor will be conducted by Dresden baroque specialist Peter Kopp, with the Bach Choir Houston and Mercury. Amongst myself, the concert will feature soloists sopranos Meredith Ruduski and Julia Dawson, tenor Randall Umstead and bass Timothy Jones.


Bach Festival in Boulder, CO

February 22, 2013

I would like to invite everyone who loves Bach’s music, and those who wants to be introduced to Bach’s music, to participate in the Boulder Bach Festival, a wonderful event that takes place in Boulder, Colorado. The mission of the festival is to celebrate the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, and we would like to highlight one particular performance, “St. John Passion”, under the direction of Rick Erickson. It’s scheduled for Fri, Mar 1, and Sat, Mar 2, 2013, both at 7:30 pm. For locations and tickets, click here.

You can also attend free rehearsals, open to the public. On Tue, Feb 26, from 2 to 5 pm, Wed, Feb 27, from 2 to 5 pm and Thu, Feb 28, at 6:30 pm, which is the dress rehearsal at Mountain View Methodist Church, 355 Ponca Place, Boulder, CO.


Brockes Passion

April 19, 2011

On Sunday, April 10th, I had a delightful time singing Brockes Passion with the NYC Holy Trinity Bach Choir and Bach Players, under the direction of Rick Erickson.

My next project with Rick and the Bach Players is a CD  with music by Buxtehude and Bach, called “Freud und Lust”, in which I perform a solo cantata.  The CD will be released by Deux Elles Records in the near future – keep an eye out for it!


Singing Johann Christoph Bach at the 4×4 Baroque Music Festival

September 19, 2010

My summer ended on a high note, under Avi Stein‘s direction at the 4×4 Baroque Music Festival in Manhattan, NY.  At the opening of the festival on August 27th, Avi directed “the music of German composers in the generation before Johann Sebastian Bach, including the work of an illustrious cousin, Johann Christoph Bach.”  I was fortunate enough to perform Johann Christoph Bach’s “Ach, dass is Wassers gnug hätte” (“Oh, That I Had Tears Enough in My Head”).  We got a great review in the New York Times!


Bach and Buxtehude

April 14, 2010

In Austin this week, writing songs and also learning Bach and Buxtehude for concerts on April 25th and 26th.