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Gunther Schuller conducts the Bach Festival Orchestra and Chorus,


J.S. Bach's Sanctus in D, Cantata 82, Ich habe genug and the Magnificat in D, with Darnelle Preston and Tamara Schupman, sopranos, JoAnne Bouma, mezzo-soprano, Randel Wagner, baritone, and Jadd Davis, tenor.


Sunday, Feb. 10, at 4 pm * St. John's Cathedral, Grand Blvd at 12th Ave. * $18; $9, students





Bach and the Music of Spain and Portugal, featuring Ilton Wjuniski, harpsichord.


Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 8 pm * The Met, 901 W. Sprague * $18; $9, students





Gunther Schuller conducts the Bach Festival Orchestra,


J.S. Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, Nos. 1 and 3 and the Telemann Overture in F (The Alster Echo).


Friday, Feb. 15, at 8 pm * St. John's Cathedral, Grand Blvd. at 12th Ave. * $18, $9 students





[All three concerts, $50; call: 325-SEAT]





Bach and his French Rivals, featuring James David Christie, organ, and Thom Barthelmess, tenor.


Saturday, Feb. 16, at 2 pm * St. Augustine's Church, 428 W. 19th Ave. * Free concert; no tickets required





Other free bach events





Baroque Hipp-Hopp, a lecture and discussion led by David Dolata, Ph.D, director of EWU's Music History program.


Monday, Feb. 11, 2-4 pm * EWU Music Building, Rm. 123 (Band Room)





Open Chamber Music Coaching Session with Gunther Schuller, with scheduled selections from Beethoven's


String Quartet Op. 59, No. 1 and the Shostakovich Piano Trio.


Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2-4 pm * EWU Music Building, Rm. 123 (Band Room)





Open Rehearsal Session with Gunther Schuller and the EWU Orchestra, with scheduled selections from Schubert's Unfinished Symphony.


Friday, Feb. 15, noon-2 pm * EWU Recital Hall





[Call 359-2241 for EWU events]

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