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Calendar: May 10-May 16, 2021

Wednesday, May 12

Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra (MPRO)
All are welcome to join MPRO on Zoom at 7:30PM for a play-along session! Selections scheduled include works by William Croft, Guillaume Dufay, Josef Rheinberger, Valentin Haussmann and two klezmer dances arranged for recorders. Contact Ray White for details regarding this meeting, including the Zoom link and music files to download for playing.

7:30PM PT
Contact Ray White for more information.

Thursday, May 13

The Genius of Bach: A Five-Week Online Music Seminar
Join Baroque flautist Stephen Schultz in his newest music history course exploring the life and work of Johann Sebastian Bach. This online, five-week course is a chronological retrospective of Bach’s life and works, covering major aspects of his instrumental and vocal music. Learn about the principles of historically informed performance practice in relation to modern and period instrument performances of Bach’s music.

7:00PM PT
Cost: $25/single class
More information HERE

Saturday, May 15

California Bach Society: Cantata Workshop—Cantata, BWV 12 (Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen)
Join artistic director Paul Flight, CalBach singers, soloists, and guests to sing, listen, and learn together. We’ll practice sections of the choral movements, sing along to an outstanding recording, learn about the cantata from Paul Flight, and enjoy solos all sung live from soloists’ homes during the event. We will be joined by internationally acclaimed soloists tenor Kyle Stegall (from Columbia, Missouri), and bass Marc Pantus (from Amsterdam, the Netherlands) and our director, countertenor Paul Flight.

Please visit calbach.org/workshop to reserve your spot and to find more information, including links to scores and recordings. Registration is free but required. A donation of $10 is suggested.

11:00AM PT
Cost: Free, $10 suggested donation
More information HERE

Written by Derek Tam