TBF 2022 FESTIVAL CONCERTS

ROADS TO BACH
Wyatt Smith, organ, harpsichord
Friday, July 15, 7:30 pm
Kilworth Memorial Chapel, University of Puget Sound

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Internationally-acclaimed organist and harpsichordist, Wyatt Smith, plays  BACH'S "GOLDBERG VARIATIONS," and music by Bender, Buxtehude, Harbach, and Clara Schumann in historic Kilworth Chapel.

INTIMATE BACH
Dawn Padula, mezzo soprano
Maria Sampen, violin

Saturday, July 16, 4:00 pm
Kilworth Mejmorial Chapel, University of Puget Sound

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Bach and friends in a chamber setting! Violinist Maria Sampen, mezzo-soprano Dawn Padula, and friends present an evening of chamber music and arias by Bach, Strozzi, and Myers. Enjoy an evening of small-scale works for voice and violin in beautiful Kilworth Chapel.

BACH AND THE DANCE OF GOD
Steven Zopfi, conductor
TBF Chorus, TBF Instrumental Consort
Sunday, July 17, 7:30 pm
Kilworth Memorial Chapel, University of Puget Sound

 

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Join us for the Festival Finale as the TBF Orchestra, Choir, and TBF Consort perform explore how dance, music, and faith intertwine. Music includes Bach's "Cantata #4, "Lobet den Herrn," Britten's "Rejoice in the Lamb," and northwest composer, Hanna Benn's "Magnificat."