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California Bach Society - March 4-6 - Schutz: Cantiones Sacrae

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    The California Bach Society Warren Stewart, artistic director presents Heinrich Schütz: Cantiones Sacrae Surround yourself with Schütz s intimate and rarely
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      The California Bach Society
      Warren Stewart, artistic director

      presents

      Heinrich Schütz: Cantiones Sacrae

      Surround yourself with Schütz's intimate and rarely performed
      Cantiones Sacrae. In this subtle and expressive masterwork from the
      17th century, sacred texts and prayers are combined with soaring
      music that blends the motet and madrigal forms. Don't miss this
      concert of unparalleled works from "the most excellent musician of
      his time."

      Friday, March 4, 2005, 8 pm
      St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 2300 Bancroft Way, Berkeley

      Saturday, March 5, 2005, 8 pm
      All Saints' Episcopal Church, 555 Waverley Street, Palo Alto

      Sunday, March 6, 2005, 4 pm
      St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church, 500 DeHaro Street, San
      Francisco

      Pre-concert talk 45 minutes before performance.

      Tickets: $10 Student / $18 Senior / $25 General

      www.calbach.org or 415-262-0272


      About the California Bach Society
      Under the artistic direction of Warren Stewart, the California Bach
      Society has established a reputation for its historically informed
      interpretations of Renaissance and Baroque choral music. The Society
      has performed with such early music luminaries as Magnificat and
      members of the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra. In 2003, California
      Bach Society joined the world-renowned Kronos Quartet in the Bay Area
      premiere of Terry Riley's Sun Rings. San Francisco Classical
      Voice has praised the choir for its "superb sonority and
      expressiveness" and noted that performances are "musically
      impeccable as well as academically adroit in terms of style and
      tempo."
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