TICKETS GO ON SALE
Tuesday, April 23, 10 a.m. MST for donors of $500 or more
Tuesday, May 7, 10 a.m. MST for the general public
J.S. Bach can easily be called the most important classical composer in history, due to his own work and for his influence on every composer who has come since. A great architect, Bach had a unique way of creating pieces that spanned a wide range of emotions and techniques. His six Brandenburg Concertos, four of which will be played here, reflect his stylistic versatility as he uses a variety of instruments and combinations to explore the different feelings and colors of sound.
Violin I: Nurit Bar-Josef (co-concertmaster), Amy Lee (co-concertmaster), Nancy Wu, Milana Reiche
Violin II: John Macfarlane, Scott Weber
Viola: Lynne Ramsey, Mark Jackobs
Cello: Joel Noyes, Austin Fisher, Patrick Jee
Bass: Leigh Mesh
Flute: Sharon Sparrow, Jennifer Steele
Oboe: Frank Rosenwein
Trumpet: Michael Sachs
Harpsichord: Mark Robson
We invite you to mingle with the musicians at our Closing Night Champagne Reception following the evening’s performance.