Monthly Archives: September 2012

It’s an exciting thing for us at the Bach Society to watch the pieces of the first Kleine Leipziger Woche come together as our guest artists start to arrive. We didn’t really foresee that the idea of a Little Leipzig Week would strike such a resonant chord in the community, but we’ve already heard it referred to […]

A delightful way to spend a Thursday evening: a glass of wine, an hour of great chamber music, followed by refreshments and a chat with the artists. Village Concerts offer exquisite music in an informal setting. Join them for the beginning of the new season at 2353 Rice Boulevard, Christ the King Lutheran Church

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It’s difficult for us to imagine, but the geographical boundaries of Johann Sebastian Bach’s life were limited to a corner of northeastern Germany no larger than southeastern Texas from Beaumont to Austin. Yet Bach was drawn to the major cities of his world from an early age. He first visited Hamburg as a young teenager, seeking out an organist he admired. Later his own career as a renowned keyboard virtuoso would take him back there, as well as to Dresden and Berlin, where his final appearance was before Frederick the Great.

The Bach Society Houston celebrates the city of Leipzig for the opening week of its new season. Starting Sunday September 30, guest musicians from Leipzig will join the Bach Society in three concerts exploring the musical riches of the city where Johann Sebastian Bach lived and composed many of his greatest works.