It is hard to believe the summer is ending. Time to prepare for our Opening Night Concert.
Dr. Daniel Reuning our Music Director completed the translations of the Bach cantata BWV 29 and the Homilius cantata. […]
The Bach Collegium Instrumentalists taught a Master Class for students on period instruments during our 2015 Baroque Festival at Weisser Park Elementary School. Not only did the students learn about baroque period instruments, they joined […]
Our Season Grand Finale will have a first for us. Koji Otsuki will return as guest conductor, having first played viola with the Collegium when we performed Mendelssohn’s St. Paul.
Koji specializes in historically informed performances […]
Our musical director
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.