Bach at One

March 9, 2016

The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra perform the cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach each week as part of “Bach at One.” A devout Lutheran, Bach composed 200 cantatas using both sacred and secular texts. Many of those cantatas are heard in churches around the world every Sunday, but through Bach at One, your Wednesday lunch hour can be enriched by these timeless works. The New York Times has praised the “dramatic vigor” of Bach performances by Trinity artists, not to mention “the buoyant, elegantly shaped orchestral sound” and “the lithe, immaculate and colorful singing of the chorus.”

In the spring of 2016, Trinity’s ever-popular Bach at One series (Wednesdays at 1pm in St. Paul’s Chapel), will complete the presentation of Bach’s entire monumental output of sacred vocal music.

This week:
Johannes Brahms – Intermezzo in E Major, op. 116, no. 4
BWV 124 – Meinen Jesum laß ich nicht
BWV 167 – Ihr Menschen, rühmet Gottes Liebe
BWV 168 – Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort
Trinity Baroque Orchestra and The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; Avi Stein, conductor

See the full Bach + One schedule

Music, Worship