The Assumption College HumanArts series presents The Bach Consort Chamber Trio: Sonatas by J. S. Bach. Peter Sulski, violin; Ariana Falk, cello; and Michelle Graveline, harpsichord will perform three sonatas by J. S. Bach
The Bach Consort of Worcester returns with a concert devoted entirely to the music of J. S. Bach. The concert will feature the celebrated Fifth Brandenburg Concerto with soloists Michelle Graveline, Harpsichord; Tracy Kraus, flute; and Peter Sulski, violin.
The Assumption College HumanArts series is pleased to announce an evening of poetry and prose with John Hodgen and his daughter, the novelist Christie Hodgen.
Frédéric Rivoal is an organist and harpsichordist who regularly is invited to give recitals in Europe, the United States, and Japan. He plays with a number of Baroque music ensembles and symphonic orchestras, both as soloist and continuo player.
A true champion of the classical guitar, virtuoso Eliot Fisk is recognized internationally for his unparalleled musical artistry and technical wizardry. Mr. Fisk will play a diverse program of solo works by J. S. Bach and others in what promises to be a truly enthralling musical experience for all. Biography
Organ Recital by LORETO ARAMENDI-Main organist of the Cavaillé-Coll organ (1863) of the Santa Maria Basilica, San Sebastián, Spain
The Bach Consort of Worcester continues its J. S. Bach series with the celebrated Brandenburg concertos #3 and #6. Also on the program will be the famous A minor violin concerto of J. S. Bach, with Peter Sulski as violin soloist. Program
The Bach Consort of Worcester
A FEAST OF BAROQUE CONCERTOS
The Bach Consort of Worcester returns to open the 2016-2017 HumanArts series with a guest artist on the Baroque recorder, Héloïse Degrugillier. The Consort will also be continuing their series of concerti grossi, featuring Handel’s Concerto Grosso op. 6 no. 1, and Corelli’s Concerto Grosso op. 6 no. 7.
This concert is free and open to the public.
The Assumption College HumanArts series presents Renaissance Men. Founded in January 2014, Boston's professional all male chamber ensemble, Renaissance Men, is devoted to exploring the wealth of largely neglected men's ensemble repertoire found across history and transcending numerous genres.