The 2014-2015 season of the Cincinnati Bach Ensemble will feature performances of 8 cantatas of J. S. Bach, a world premiere, a new Abendmusik Concert series, and collaborations and guest appearances of three different area ensembles.The Bach Vespers series will have seven services with performances of eight different cantatas. Highlights include Bach's well-known Wachet auf, ruft uns … Continue reading Cincinnati Bach Ensemble’s 2014-2015 Season
The Cincinnati Bach Ensemble will premiere a new Easter Cantata, The Firstfruits of Them That Slept, by composer Douglas Pew at the Bach Vespers, Sunday, April 27, 6pm at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Joining the CBE will be soloists Kate Tombaugh, James Onstad, and Michael Young, along with the St. Thomas Parish Choir, all under the … Continue reading CBE Premieres New Easter Cantata
Soprano Josefien Stoppelenberg and Mezzo-Soprano Kate Tombaugh join the Cincinnati Bach Ensemble to perform J. S. Bach's little known setting of Psalm 51, Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünden at Christ Church Cathedral on Tuesday, April 1 at 12:10pm. The performance is part of the Cathedral's Music Live at Lunch series. For this work, Bach arrange Pergolesi's famous Stabat Mater, … Continue reading Cincinnati Bach Ensemble: Music Live at Lunch
Bach Vespers for March Sunday, March 23, 2014 6pm The Cincinnati Bach Ensemble presents a special Bach Vespers as part of the month-long Cincinnati Bach Festival. The Ensemble and the St. Thomas Schola Cantorum will join soloists Manami White, violin, Kerrie Caldwell, soprano and Errik Hood, bass in performing three remarkable works by J. S. … Continue reading Bach Vespers, March 23
The Cincinnati Bach Ensemble, ensemble-in-residence at St. Thomas, will perform a midday concert at Christ Church Cathedral on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 12:10pm as part of the Music Live at Lunch Series. The concert will feature flutist Randy Bowman performing a Vivaldi concerto and the full ensemble performing Bach’s Cantata 35 with soloists YoonGeong Lee … Continue reading CBE Performs at Christ Church Cathedral, Feb. 11
Sunday, February 9, 6pm - Prelude Recital begins at 5:45pm St. Thomas welcomes the Cincinnati Camerata and their conductor, Dr. Brett Scott, as guest artists for February's Bach Vespers on Sunday, February 9 at 6pm. Dr. Scott will lead the Camerata and Cincinnati Bach Ensemble in music from Mozart, Dafnis, Willan, Clausen, and Bach's Cantata 35. Reception to follow.
On Sunday, October 13 at 6pm, The Bach Vespers at St. Thomas Episcopal Church will feature a performance of J. S. Bach’s Cantata 42, Am Abend aber desselbigen Sabbats (“And in the evening of that very Sabbath”) following a prelude recital by Cincinnati Symphony oboist Lon Bussell. The cantata, written in 1725 in Leipzig and … Continue reading Bach Vespers Features Oboist Lon Bussell