Johann Sebastian Bach once famously walked 500 miles to hear his idol, Dietrich Buxtehude, play the organ. With that kind of determination, you can be sure he would be proud of the Kansas City ensemble that bears his name.
MacKenzie ReedComing soon in Kansas City: A new season of Bach Aria Soloists
Without fail, the Bach Aria Soloists’ “Notes & Letters” program is a charming offering to the concert season. The ensemble excels at creating welcoming, intimate events and, even in these times of distancing (physical and virtual), the group delivered such a concert.
MacKenzie ReedBach Aria Soloists Charm in Notes & Letters
Recent discoveries of Bach have been rare. But twenty years ago, a whole community discovered the great composer—audiences, musicians, scholars, dancers, and artists—thanks to Kansas City’s Bach Aria Soloists.
MacKenzie ReedKansas City loves Bach. Here’s why: Bach Aria Soloists
The first outdoor concert at Elisa’s home was a huge success! We thank everyone who tuned in to enjoy our performance! And now, the Bach Aria Soloists are preparing our second Neighborhood Hausmusik Concert!
“As a scholar, I have focused on Bach because it’s simply the best music ever and it never fades,” Marissen said. “People who come to this concert will experience Bach’s music as so spectacularly life affirming.”
MacKenzie ReedBach Extravaganza Featured in The Kansas City Star