Hear Suzuki & Bach Collegium Japan Live Concert Recording from Carnegie Hall

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Last Fall, we had the pleasure of presenting the always inspiring and internationally acclaimed Masaaki Suzuki and the Bach Collegium Japan on an enthusiastically received tour of major North American cities.
This week, their Carnegie Hall concert is being broadcast throughout the U.S. and abroad; you can hear it online at WQXR.org.

Join the audiences who heard them in the cities below for a very special musical experience.

October 23 –   Seattle, WA – Early Music Guild
October 24 –   Berkeley, CA – University of California
October 25 –   Los Angeles, CA (Disney Hall) – LA Philharmonic
October 28 –   Toronto, Ont. – Royal Conservatory of Music
October 29 –   Chicago, IL – University of Chicago
October 30 –   Kansas City, MO – Friends of Chamber Music
November 1 –  Atlanta, GA –  (Spivey Hall) – Clayton State University
November 3 –  Charlottesville, VA – Tuesday Evening Concert Series
November 4 –   Washington, DC – Library of Congress
November 6 –  New York, NY – Carnegie Hall (Zankel Hall)
November 7 –  Bethlehem, PA – The Bach Choir of Bethlehem
November 8 –  Boston, MA – Celebrity Series (Jordan Hall)
Marco Borggreve
Fall 2016 Program: Bach, Handel and Vivaldi
J.S.Bach: Brandenburg No.2
Vivaldi: Recorder Concerto
Handel: Solo Cantata for Soprano with oboe or recorder obbligato
Vivaldi: Oboe Concerto
J.S.Bach: Solo Cantata for Soprano BWV51
Soprano: Joanne Lunn
Tour Presented Under the Auspices of
International Arts Foundation
Other touring projects presented for the first time in North America by Frank Salomon Associates and International Arts Foundation include:
Sir Simon Rattle and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (3 tours)
Sergiu Celibidache and the Munich Philharmonic – only NA Tour
John Adams and the Ensemble Modern – only NA Tour
Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and Ginesa Ortega
Masaaki Suzuki and the Bach Collegium Japan (4 tours)
Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin (4 tours)
Alison Balsom and the Scottish Ensemble
Richard Goode with Ivan Fischer/Budapest Festival Orchestra – Feb. 2017
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