[Patch.com] - Pieces ranged from seldom-played selections by Chevalier de Saint George and Franz Doppler to Johann Sebastian Bach and Felix Mendelssohn. Vincent Ip, a music major at Montclair State University, electrified the opening night crowd with a magnificent
[Sydney Morning Herald] - GENIUS is the common theory to account for the epic weight of Johann Sebastian Bach's canon. More than works are attributed to the biggest wig of the Baroque era: composer, organ virtuoso, music teacher and master of the bowed string.
[Poughkeepsie Journal] - The annual Hudson Valley BachFest celebrates the life and work of the German Baroque musician Johann Sebastian Bach. Although Bach may have composed music at the height of the 18th century Baroque era, his music is still revered by musicians and
[L'Union] - -Lundi 15 août à 17 heures, basilique Notre-Dame de l'Épine : Johann-Sebastian Bach et la France. Depuis la fin de ses études au Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles en 2008, la jeune soprano tchèque Dagmar Saskova est l'une des chanteuses baroques
[New York Times] - By ZACHARY WOOLFE The 4x4 Baroque Music Festival has developed a yearly tradition of including a program that puts the career of Johann Sebastian Bach — who for many is still Baroque music entire — into context with the work of his predecessors.
Biography of Johann Sebastian Bach (excerpt) Johann Sebastian Bach (21 March O.S. or 31 mars N.S. – 28 July N.S.) was a prolific German composer and organist whose sacred and secular works for choir, orchestra and solo instruments drew together the strands of the Baroque period and brought it to its ultimate maturity.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750) was a German musician and composer during the Baroque period. He based his work on existing German styles but often adopted and adapted textures, rhythms, and forms from other countries, especially from Italy and...