Fri, September 14, 2018 - 8:00 PM


Saint Paul’s Chapel

The Grammy-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street joins New York Baroque Incorporated (NYBI) for its season opener, a program that ”Bachs up the family tree with music by C.P.E., J.C., and J.S. Bach.” The program includes:

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Orchester-sinfonien No. 1, Wq. 183 
Johann Christian Bach: Sinfonia Concertate for 2 violins and cello in E-flat Major, WC 42, featuring Ainsslinn Nosky and Beth Wenstrom, violins, with Ezra Seltzer, cello 
Johann Sebastian Bach: Schleicht, spielende Wellen, BWV 206 

New York Baroque Incorporated; Wen Yang, artistic and executive director 
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; Julian Wachner, conductor


Saint Paul’s Chapel

Broadway and Fulton Street
New York, NY


Featured Recordings

  • Israel In Egypt
  • J.S. Bach: Weihnachts-Oratorium
  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Complete Motets
  • Julian Wachner: Chamber Music
  • Julian Wachner: Symphony No. 1
  • The Snow Lay on the Ground

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