Easter offers us an opportunity to both reflect and celebrate at this special time of year.
In our first concert of 2021, we present a program of both reflection and celebration, starting with Bach’s early Easter cantata ‘Christ lag in Todesbanden’ BWV 4.
For those who love the jubilant instrumental works of Bach, we present his lesser known reconstructed Triple Violin Concerto, a treat for lovers of the violin.
The choir of Bach Akademie Australia will then shine in the vigorous and energetic motet ‘Singet dem Herrn’ featuring a double choir. To crown our Easter celebration, we will perform Bach’s brilliant ‘Missa Brevis’ in A major, written in the last decade of his life.
Containing only the Kyrie and Gloria, it is none the less a substantial work of genius meriting him with the title of one of the greatest composers who ever lived.
‘Christ lag in Todesbanden’ BWV 4
Triple Violin Concerto BWV 1064R
‘Singet dem Herrn’ BWV 225
Missa Brevis in A BWV 234
COVID safe event
The health and safety of our audience, artists and staff is a priority for us. As a result, additional health and safety guidelines will be in place for this event.
A maximum of 125 tickets for this performance will be available for purchase to ensure appropriate social distancing and there will also be increased hygiene protocols throughout the venue.
A full copy of our COVID safe plan will be available to download from our website at least 2 weeks prior to the event.
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Due to covid restrictions A MAXIMUM OF 2 PEOPLE PER ORDER