Bach Festival Society Past Events
Forum of the landmark film, “The Passion of Joan of Arc.”
The Morse Museum helps launch the holiday season in Winter Park when it lights up Tiffany windows in Central Park and presents the Bach Festival Choir.
Organist Todd Wilson will give an intimate demonstration of the Great Organ at Knowles Memorial Chapel, sharing his insight into the instrument and showing guests how the organ works.
Join the Bach Festival Society and Cask & Larder Brewmasters for the release of a limited-edition beer, Brandenburger Bock, brewed for the 82nd Annual Bach Festival.
Meet the Artists: Gloria Cook and Cynthia Lawing The duo piano sister team of Lawing and Cook will be chatting with the audience and performing works by Rachmaninoff, Poulenc, and Milhaud. These composers were mentors of Vitya Vronsky Babin, the sisters’ teacher at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Biographies Related Media
Meg Bragle gives a master class
Chapel Service Hear the music of J.S. Bach during a non-denominational Christian worship service at Knowles Memorial Chapel will be an experience in the German Reformational style and will highlight music of that time performed by students from the Rollins College department of Music.
Enjoy a German Bergarten and celebrate the 1516 passing of Reinheitsgebot.
Add visual art to your Bach Festival experience.
This is an event of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College.
Abigail Nims gives a master class
Open Rehearsal: Dvořák Stabat Mater A “behind-the-scenes” experience with conductor Dr. John V. Sinclair featuring the Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra as they prepare to perform Dvořák’s Stabat Mater on the 82nd Annual Winter Park Bach Festival. This event is free, but your registration helps us know how many patrons to expect. The open rehearsal of Dvořák Stabat Mater is sponsored by a generous gift from The Mayflower Retirement Community.
The City of Winter Park’s Annual 4th of July Celebration
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This concert is free and open to the public.