Park’s Eightnotes and Vocal Chords have been invited to perform as Guest Choir at the December 2 “First Sunday Concert” presented by The Bach Concert Series. The program:
Cantata 1: Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern
Jessica Hanel Satava, Soprano
Joseph Regan, Tenor
BWV 1043 Concerto for two violins, Largo
Fantasia and Fugue in C Minor (BWV 537) by J.S. Bach
Christopher Schroeder, solo organ
Guest Choir: Park School Eightnotes & Vocal Chords
Adele Dinerstein, Director and Elliot Huntsman, Assistant Director
December 2 at 4:00 PM — Free
Location: Christ Lutheran Church, 701 S. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21230 at the Inner Harbor
BachFest VI: Wine, Friends and Gifts fundraiser immediately following the free concert; tickets required for BachFest: Tickets are $25.
ABOUT THE BACH CONCERT SERIES
The Bach Concert Series is a Maryland-based, monthly concert series showcasing the works of J.S. Bach. Comprised of amateur and professional musicians, the Bach Concert Series provides a cultural resource for the inner city of Baltimore and Baltimore County. While devoted to the works and history of Bach, the Bach Concert Series welcomes all musicians. Each performance features a guest choir, ensembles, and/or soloists who share the stage in these monthly concerts.
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