Bach at One with Marjorie Herman

Mondays at 1 pm

From Trinity Wall Street, enjoy the music of Bach and others performed by the Trinity Choir and Trinity Baroque Orchestra at St. Paul's Chapel, NYC; Julian Wachner, conductor.

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Bach at One this week (6/26) features Cantatas BWV 18, "Just as the rain and snow fall from heaven," BWV 52, "False World, I don't trust you," & BWV 107, "Why do you wish to trouble yourself?"  Mondays at 1:00PM.

Join Marjorie this Monday, 6/19 for 2 cantatas by J.S. Bach:

Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf, BWV 226  andKomm, Jesu, komm, BWV 229

on Bach at 1:00.

Join Marjorie Herman this Monday (6/12) at 1 PM  for two cantatas for double chorus and orchestra from Trinity Wall Street in NYC.

Monday's Bach at One comes your way from the Princeton Festival. Enjoy the festival chorus and Baroque Orchestra from the Princeton Festival in a program of Bach Cantatas. Glenn Smith is your host.

Bach, Buxtehude & Heinichen on Bach at ONE

May 22, 2017

This Monday (5/22) on Bach at One Julian Wachner leads New York Baroque Incorporated in "Ist es recht?" by Dietrich Buxtehude, a concerto by Johann David Heinichen and J.S. Bach's Cantata BWV 9 "Es ist Heil uns kommen her."   Avi Stein plays the harpsichord solo in the Allegro from Brandenburg Concerto No. 5.

Bach at One continues with The Handel Project from Trinity-Wall Street - this week we begin with the first part of Handel's oratorio Solomon.

After its successful series of Bach Cantatas, Trinity Wall Street is now turning its attention to Handel's oratorios. Join us each Monday at 1 pm as we bring you these broadcasts, with your host, Marjorie Herman. This week - Part One of Jephtha.