‘Bach@415 Concert’ to Feature Baroque Music
On Sunday, May 20 at 4:15 p.m., “Bach@415 Concert Series” at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church presents a rising star in the countertenor world, Daniel Moody and internationally-acclaimed concert organist Dr. Bálint Karosi.
Directed by the J. Michael Roush, St. Barnabas’ music director, Bach@415 features an array of choral works and organ music from the sacred Baroque period in the church’s contemporary sanctuary located at 954 Lake Ave.
Since 1991, Roush has introduced many Greenwichites and those beyond, to a myriad of rarely heard and well-known Bach cantatas as part of the popular Bach@415 Concert Series. The Pentecost Vespers Concert opens with J.S. Bach’s Cantata No. 35, Geist und Seele wird verwirret, (“Spirit and Soul become confused”), BWV 35 (BC 125) performed by vocal soloist countertenor Daniel Moody accompanied by the Saint Peter’s Bach Collegium and St. Barnabas Choir. The program concludes with award-winning concert organist and composer Bálint Karosi performing G.S. Handel’s Organ Concerti Op 4 and Op 6.
Tickets for the Bach@415 Concert Series are $40 Tickets are on sale now and may be purchased online at stbarnabasgreenwich.org