Mon, June 10, 2019 - 1:00 PM

Bach + One

St. Paul’s Chapel

Having performed the entire sacred output of Johann Sebastian Bach, Trinity’s Bach at One series returns on Mondays. This season, Bach at One evolves into Bach + One: featuring one Bach cantata each week paired with a complementary work from composers early to modern.  The New York Times has praised the “dramatic vigor” of Bach performances by Trinity artists, not to mention “the buoyant, elegantly shaped orchestral sound” and “the lithe, immaculate and colorful singing of the chorus.” 

Johann Sebastian Bach Herr Gott, dich loben wir, BWV 16
Benjamin Britten A New Year’s Carol
Britten Te Deum in C Major
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; The Trinity Baroque Orchestra; Avi Stein, chorusmaster and continuo; Robert Mealy, concertmaster; Julian Wachner, conductor


St. Paul’s Chapel

Broadway (at Fulton Street), Lower Manhattan


Featured Recordings

  • bespoke: NOW Commissions for Chamber Orchestra
  • Israel In Egypt
  • J.S. Bach: Weihnachts-Oratorium
  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Complete Motets
  • The Snow Lay on the Ground

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