The Architecture of Sound- Bach, Bruckner, and Brahms

  • Jun 27, 2015

Three Composers.  Seven Soloists.  One spectacular evening.

Thursday July 2, features the performance of a lifetime with a triple whammy of the era’s best Bs.

Maximum contrast.  Diversity of style and performing approach.  Prepare to be amazed with the size and sound of Bach, Bruckner, and Brahms, featuring the most talented soloists and musicians of the day, with and an appearance by the talented Stangeland Family Youth Choral Academy.

Tammy Wilson once again appears to sing with a chorus of one hundred and fifty also featuring pieces that include Bach’s Cantata BWV 150, Bruckner’s Te Deum, and Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 in E minor. Moving from an intimate cantata, then quickly exploding into sound this performance is guaranteed to immediately cause the hairs on the back of your neck to rise.

Sure, the differing styles of the three composers in Thursday’s concert will make for a night of contrasts and colors. But more captivating, says Matthew Halls, are the musical structures of Bach, Bruckner, and Brahms that transport us to new worlds. Want to hear a little preview? Check out our latest video, and then be sure to visit the box office.