2022 Gala Concert & Fundraiser

Yo-Yo Ma & Kathryn Stott

8 pm Saturday, April 30, 2022 Central Moravian Church, Bethlehem

Reserved Tickets$95 / $70 / $50 / Student: $9
Group discounts do not apply | 4-ticket maximum per patron

Section A: Orders for Student Tickets must also include a corresponding Section A  Adult ticket.  Orders in Section A that include only a Student ticket will not be processed.

Section B: Student Tickets may be purchased without restrictions.

** On sale starting November 1, 2021 **

The Bach Choir of Bethlehem is thrilled to present YO-YO MA and KATHRYN STOTT for a very special Gala Concert and Fundraiser, to help celebrate Artistic Director and Conductor Greg Funfgeld’s final season with The Bach Choir. The concert presents an exquisite program of music from beloved cellist Yo-Yo Ma and world-renowned pianist, Kathryn Stott, collaborators for more than 30 years.

Since 1985, they have traveled the world to perform together, and have recorded two Grammy Award-winning albums, Soul of the Tango and Obrigado Brazil. Their most recent album, Songs of Comfort and Hope, released in December, 2020, offers “consolation and connection in the face of fear and isolation.” Created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, its music spans modern arrangements of traditional folk tunes, canonical pop songs, jazz standards, and mainstays from the western classical repertoire.

Of their collaboration, NPR writes: “Over those many years, they’ve developed a wonderfully warm and mutually responsive musical partnership that has blossomed in performances that are both generous and incisive.”

** On sale in November, 2021 **

To Bach Choir Guarantors: November 1, 2021

To General Public: November 15, 2021

Please add this not-to-be-missed performance to your calendar and join us!   

Central Moravian Church
73 West Church Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

Become a Benefactor and Support The Choir!   

5pm GALA EVENT at DeSales University  
Benefactor Tickets: $275 | Includes cocktails, dinner, Premium Reserved Seating at the concert & a charitable contribution of $150 to The Bach Choir of Bethlehem.