Festival Chorus

With The Sebastians
Trinity Episcopal Church
$10 - $50; Youth 5-17 half-price

The Festival Chorus sings a stirring Bach cantata and Handel’s festive Chandos Anthem #9, accompanied by the Sebastians period-instrument Baroque ensemble. The Chorus has a long tradition of presenting some of the most intricate and expressive music of the Baroque period, and this concert, in the vaulted space of Trinity Episcopal Church, is sure to please its admirers. Festival Director Gregory Jon Geehern conducts.

Take in the 6pm pre-performance talk in the church's Pierce-Bishop Hall. Free and open to the public.

Program

Johann Sebastian BACH  /  Wer sich selbst erhöhet, der soll erniedriget werden, BWV 47

 

George Frideric HANDEL  /  O Praise the Lord with One Consent, HWV 254    

 

Performers

The Festival Chorus

Gregory Jon Geehern, conductor

 

The Sebastians

Meg Owens and Julie Brye, oboes

Daniel Lee (concertmaster) and Vivian Mayers, violins

Jessica Troy, viola

Ezra Seltzer, cello

Nathaniel Chase, violone

Jeffrey Grossman, organ

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