St Anne’s Annual Bach Festival

St Anne’s in the City of London will once again be hosting its annual Bach Festival this July. The last concert of the festival is always timed to be on the anniversary of Bach’s death on 28 July 1750.

Here is this year’s line up:

Tuesday 21 July at 13.10
Bach: Trio Sonatas 1-3 (arrangements of Bach’s
organ trio sonatas for various instruments)

Wednesday 22 July at 13.10

Bach: Trio Sonatas 4-6 (arrangements of Bach’s
organ trio sonatas for various instruments)

Thursday 23 July at 13.10

Bach Famous Organ Works
Prelude and Fugue in C-major, BWV 547
Partita “Sei gegrüßet”
The Six Schübler Chorales

Friday 24 July at 13.10

Händel 250 years Anniversary Concert
capella vitalis berlin, dir Almut Schlicker
Händel: Trio Sonatas, Organ Concerto in F major

Saturday 25 July at 19.30
Gala Evening Concert
Bach: Concerto for two violins in D-minor
Cantata BWV 51 “Jauchzet Gott”
Harpsichord Concerto No. 1
Vivaldi: Concerto for bassoon

Sunday 26 July at 18.00
Bach Festival Vespers
Sweelinck Ensemble, dir. Martin Knizia
With cantata “Ärgre dich, o Seele, nicht” BWV 186

Monday 27 July at 13.10
The Bach Legacy
Lecosaldi Ensemble, dir. Peter Lea-Cox
Works by Mendelssohn

Tuesday 28 July at 13.10

Bach the Art of the Fugue
Performed on one and two harpsichords and organ
19.00: Bach the Art of the Fugue performed as a
concert at Bach’s hour of death.

Ticket prices
£5 (SAMS members £4)
Gala Concert £10 (SAMS members £8)

The St Anne’s website is here:
http://www.stanneslutheranchurch.org/upcoming%20music.htm.

For more information, contact St Anne’s at St Anne’s.