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June 23-30 · Bach: The Master and His Milieu

If you’ve already ordered your tickets for our 2019 Bach-Fest, thank you! If you haven’t, don’t wait—it’s going to be a fantastic festival. Our five concerts over eight days this June feature works by J.S. Bach, his influencers and his contemporaries. Subscriptions include priority seating for all five concerts and a private post-concert dinner after the Festival Finale. Single tickets start at $30. Tickets can be booked on our website or you can also contact us by phone, email or mail.

Scroll down for this year’s programs, two-minute interviews with key performers, and an exclusive video clip from our Winter Musicale with soprano Jennifer Ellis Kampani, who joins us again on June 30th as a soloist in Bach’s Magnificat. 

We look forward to welcoming you to this year’s Festival.  
—The Festival Board of Directors
Tickets and Subscriptions
Concert 1 Back to Bach Concertos
Sunday, June 23, 4PM
Opening Concert:
Back to Bach Concertos

Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, the Orchestral (“Flute”) Suite No. 2, and concertos by Telemann and others. Soloists: Elizabeth Blumenstock (violin), Judith Linsenberg (recorder), Ian Pritchard (harpsichord) and Stephen Schultz (flute).
Concert 3 Passionate Voices
Wednesday, June 26, 8PM
Passionate Voices:
Music of Longing, Devotion and Joy

Intimate vocal and instrumental works by Bach, Buxtehude, Schütz and others. With guests Tanya Tomkins (cello) and Kyle Stegall (tenor, pictured).
Concert 5 Bach the Magnificent
Sunday, June 30, 4PM
Festival Finale:
Bach the Magnificent

Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 4, the motet “Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied” and the Magnificat. Soloists include Jennifer Ellis Kampani, Corey Carleton, Clifton Massey, Jon Lee Keenan and Brett McDermid.
Concert 2 Guitar Recital
Monday, June 24, 8PM
Marc Teicholz:
Glories of the Guitar

Award-winning classical guitarist Marc Teicholz comes to the Festival for the first time. We will hear the performer’s own Bach transcriptions, including the C-minor keyboard Partita and the E-minor Flute Sonata, plus works by Santiago de Murcia and Gaspar Sanz.
Concert 4 Bach's Sons, Friends and Rivals
Friday, June 28, 8PM
Bach’s Sons, Friends
and Rivals

Music by Telemann, C.P.E. Bach and others; with Blumenstock (violin), Shostac (flute), Wickes (oboe), Kaufman (cello) and Arregui (harpsichord).
South Coast Brass
June 23-30, 2019
South Coast Brass
& Festival receptions

Pre-concert brass music is performed al fresco starting 45 minutes prior to each performance, and afterward there is a wines and waters reception where performers and audience members may mingle.
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Our artistic director Elizabeth Blumenstock spoke with tenor Kyle Stegall and cellist Tanya Tomkins, who feature in our Wednesday “Gardens” concert. Enjoy these two-minute insights!
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