Bach-Verein Chur: Concerts with Bach cantatas
Concerts with Bach cantatas Saturday, September 25, 2021, 8 p.m., St. Martin's Church Chur Sunday, September 26, 2021 5:00 p.m., Reformed Church Scuol BWV 6 Stay with us, because it wants to be evening BWV 131 From the depths I call, Lord, to you BWV 147 Heart and mouth and deed and life The association The newly founded Bach-Verein Chur organizes annual concerts with music by J.S. Bach. If possible, local musicians will be taken into account. After the ensemble has performed several concerts with Bach cantatas with great success in recent years, concerts with three Bach cantatas in September in Chur and Samedan are also on the agenda for the first year of the association. The St. John Passion planned for this spring had to be postponed by one year. The Works Bach composed the cantata 6 for the second easter. Among other things, she deals with the passage to Emmaus. The falling night with its darkness and the request not to remain alone is transferred to the general situation of the believers. BWV 131 is one of Bach's oldest surviving cantatas. The text consists of Psalm 130 and a chorale from 1588. In both text sources, the plea for forgiveness of sins is addressed. The central theme of cantata 147 is the public confession to God and Jesus. The work is one of the most popular and relatively frequently performed Bach cantatas. In the elaborate opening chorus, a solo trumpet virtuosically underlines the festive character of the piece. The two final chorales of the first and second parts ? Surely I have Jesus? and? Jesus remains my joy? are framed by a triol string melody and are among Bach's most internationally popular compositions. The Ensemble The core of our Bach ensemble includes: Manuela Tuena, soprano; Daniela Candrian, mezzo-soprano; Christoph Waltle, Tenor; Mattias Müller-Arpagaus, baritone Pieder Jörg, organ; ripieno choir ad hoc Alexa Deplazes, flute; Sonja Reinthaler, Oboe; Regula Weiss, Oboe; Maria Scheidegger, violin; Céline Müller, violin; Karin Punzi, Viola; Adrian Müller, cello; Daniel Sailer, double bass
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