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Bach Week

Bach Week

Jan. 22-26, 2019: A week devoted to the performance and exploration of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and his contemporaries.

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Bach Week Performers

About Bach Week

Events range from chamber music performed on period instruments to the collaborative performance of large vocal and instrumental works by students and professionals, with free demonstrations and lectures.

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Catherine Turocy

Akademie: Baroque Dance and the Cello Suite with Catherine Turocy

This year’s Akademie lecture features Catherine Turocy, internationally recognized as a leading choreographer/reconstructor and stage director in 17th- and 18th-century period performance.

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Barbara Spencer, Jeanne Shumway and Hilary Clark

Chamber Concert: Bach Cello Suite Cycle I

Cellists Barbara Spencer, Jeanne Shumway and Hilary Clark begin a two-year cycle of the cello suites of J.S. Bach.

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Inside Bach Week

Master Class presented by Mensa Sonora California

The guest artists of Mensa Sonora California will coach Cal Poly students in chamber music and solo repertoire from the Baroque era, with a focus on historically informed performance.

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Matthew Goinz

Vocal Master Class presented by Matthew Goinz

Guest artist Matthew Goinz, a longtime member of the world-famous men’s ensemble Cantus, will coach several Cal Poly voice students in repertoire from the Baroque era.

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Inside Bach Week

Pre-Concert Talk

Join Cal Poly Bach Week directors David Arrivée and Scott Glysson for an overview of the Friday and Saturday concerts.

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Chamber Concert Guest Artists

Chamber Concert: Music Royal and Divine

Music celebrating royalty and the divine: Couperin’s “L’impériale,” Handel’s “Gloria in excelsis Deo” and “Salve Regina,” and Rameau’s “Thétis.” 

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Bach in the Mission

Bach in the Mission: Music for the King

Cal Poly's Early Music Ensemble, members of the Cal Poly Symphony and faculty join with professional guest artists to perform the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and his contemporaries.

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