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04/10/2011: "Bach On Orcas, Lopez & FH"

ig_SDEC_Bach-concert-1 (34k image)The Salish Sea Early Music Festival will present a program of works by Johann Sebastian Bach on Sunday, April 9.on Orcas (376-2352), again on Lopez (468-3477), then in Friday Harbor (378-5360) on April 10, at 2 pm.

LOPEZ 1:30 PM - Grace Church • 70 Sunset Lane •
ORCAS: 7:30 PM - Odd Fellows Hall • 112 Haven Road • Eastsound
FRIDAY HARBOR: 2:00 PM - St. David’s Church • 780 Park Street

In addition to Bach sonatas for violin and flute, the concert will feature the entire “Musical Offering.” This work includes a set of cannons, fugues, and a trio sonata which are all based on a theme given to Bach by King Frederick II of Prussia. The 6-part fugue is considered to be one of the most significant keyboard works ever written.

This performance of the Salish Sea Early Music Festival will be performed by Harpsichordist Hans-Jürgen Schnoor from Lübeck, Germany, baroque violinist and leader of the Seattle Baroque Orchestra Ingrid Matthews, and baroque flutist Jeffrey Cohan

The suggested donation, a free will offering towards expenses, is $15, with youth 18 and under invited to attend for free. For further information, call the numbers above or visit

Tom Bauschke
John Evans
Mary Kalbert
Ron Keeshan
Gordy Petersen
Janice Peterson
Bruce Sallan
Terra Tamai
Amy Wynn
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