Bach applied for a new job with his six ‘Brandenburg’ concertos.
Every human emotion is expressed in this programme of four well-known and popular Bach cantatas.
This varied Christmas programme starts in the Renaissance and ends with Bach’s masterly Magnificat in its original version.
A brand-new opera with music by Bach tells the story of sixteenth-century radicalised Anabaptists.
The series Reflect with Bach combines cantatas that prompt reflection with spoken texts about topical questions of life and death. Today's theme: the Apocalypse.
We have been performing the St Matthew Passion every year since 1922. This year, guest conductor Johanna Soller is giving her artistic vision of this monumental masterpiece.
An intimate concert early in the morning on Good Friday and Holy Saturday, prior to the St Matthew Passion.
Each year we bring an "alternative passion" to the limelight. This season, the spotlight is on 'Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu' by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.
This programme revolves around three of Bach’s wonderful motets, bringing together modesty and exuberance.
The series Reflect with Bach combines cantatas that prompt reflection with spoken texts about topical questions of life and death. Today's theme: parting.