Monthly Archives: September 2010

And We’re Off!

[slideshow]We’ve very recently celebrated two milestones at the start of our new season:  last night The Choir gathered for our first rehearsal, and this afternoon we celebrated our 40th Bach at Noon (that verb is intentional – it was quite a musical celebration)! Shortly after 7:00 pm, last night, choir members began arriving and formed… Continue Reading »

Hindemith in New York

A post discussing our upcoming Fall Concert is forthcoming, but I wanted to alert listeners to the season opener of the New York Philharmonic. On the program is Wynton Marsalis’ long-awaited Swing Symphony, the tone poem, Don Juan, by Richard Strauss, and finally, of particular interest to the Bach Choir family, Paul Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphoses… Continue Reading »