The Bach Collegium-Fort Wayne

Come and Hear

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You are Invited to Come and Hear:

Friday 3 October at 6:30pm - Bachtoberfest Dinner and Entertainment

Redeemer Lutheran Church, 202 West Rudisill Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN

Featuring Bach Collegium Instrumentalists and soloists.

Sunday 9 November at 7:00pm - Opening Night

Zion Lutheran Church, 2313 S. Hanna Street, Fort Wayne, IN

with Fort Wayne Children's Choir selected singers, Jonathan Busarow, director

Featuring Bach Collegium Singers and early instruments, including natural trumpets

Sunday 7 December at 2:00pm - Messiah Sing-Along

Queen of Angels Catholic Church, 1500 W State Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN

The joy of singing Messiah is open to everyone in our ninth annual Messiah Sing-Along, with Thomas Remenschneider directing. Bring your own score or borrow a copy we will have available. Holiday cookies and coffee will be served.

Friday 13 February at 2:00pm - Weisser Park Early Instruments Master Class

Weisser Park Elementary School, 902 Colerick Street, Fort Wayne, IN

Early Instruments Master Class

Friday 13 February at 6:30pm - Baroque Festival Dinner
7:30 Early Instruments Concert

Redeemer Lutheran Church, 202 West Rudisill Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN

featruing early instruments and works by Bach: family and friends

Sunday 15 February at 7:00pm - Baroque Festival Finale

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 1122 S. Clinton Street, Fort Wayne, IN

featuring Bach Collegium Singers and early instruments, including natural trumpets

C.P.E. Bach, St. John Passion, 1772, H 785.

Based on a Setting by G.P.Telemann, Incorporating Music by G.H. Stölzel, G.A. Homilius, and J.S. Bach

Sunday 3 May at 7:00pm - Season Grand Finale

St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 518 E. DeWald Street, Fort Wayne, IN

featuring Bach Collegium Singers and early instruments, including natural trumpets

 

Dr. Daniel G. Reuning-Artistic Director

Dr. Daniel Reuning

Dr. Reuning received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Illinois - Champaign-Urbana. He has conducted many works by Johann Sebastian Bach: more than 30 Church Cantatas, both the John and the Matthew Passions, his own reconstruction of the Mark Passion, the anonymous Luke Passion (formerly attributed to J. S. Bach), the Magnificat in D, the Christmas Oratorio, and the Mass in B Minor. He is a member of The Global Bach Community, The American Bach Society, The American Choral Directors' Association, and The American Guild of Organists. He is also the Kantor of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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