Annual New Mexico Society Bach Concert on April 9, 2017

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The Bach “Zia”, logo of the New Mexico Bach Society, has been used by permission of Zia Pueblo.

GET READY FOR A PROGRAM OF HEAVENLY MUSIC BY JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

The Annual New Mexico Bach Society concert is coming up on April 9, 2017. I’d like to start this post with special thanks to NMPAS’ business partner, Los Alamos National Bank, and the other public funding organizations that have helped to make this program possible, New Mexico Arts and the Santa Fe Arts Commission!

NMPAS is also extremely grateful to all of the individual donors to our organization, without whom our concerts could not take place. A complete Donor List is available on the NMPAS website: http://www.nmperformingartssociety.org/donorslist.html

Here is the complete program, including a list of featured soloists for this special spring concert that is exclusively devoted to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. In a subsequent post, we will share details about the soloists and repertoire for this program. Tickets are available on the NMPAS website (http://www.nmperformingartssociety.org/calendar.html or by calling Hold My Ticket at 877-466-3404:

Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 5:30 pm
Immaculate Heart Chapel, 50 Mount Carmel Road, Santa Fe
With Keyboard Soloist Jacquelyn Helin

Vocal Soloists:
Jacquelyn Zander-Wall, Alto
Andre Garcia-Nuthmann, Tenor
Paul Bower, Bass
Tim Willson, Bass

Members of the New Mexico Bach Society
Franz Vote, Music Director and Conductor
Jacquelyn Helin, Continuo

Chamber Orchestra:
Linda Marianiello and Jennifer Lau, Flutes
Gail Robertson, Viola
James Holland, Cello
Jean-Luc Matton, String Bass

PROGRAM
Trio Sonata in G major for Two Flutes and Continuo BWV 1039
Motet: “Ich lasse dich nicht, du segnest mich denn” BWV Anh. 159
– Intermission –
Partita VI in E minor BWV 830 for Solo Keyboard
Chorale: “Ach wie flüchtig, ach wie nichtig” BWV 026 from Cantata 26
Cantata “Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit” BWV 106
Chorale: “Komm Süsser Tod” BWV 478

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