The Bach Institute 2024:
Emmanuel Music engages with audiences and musicians to explore the enduring questions of our shared human experience, building on our core commitment to the music of J.S. Bach.
Join Emmanuel Music, along with Cambridge Common Voices, Andrew Clark, conductor, and Boston Children’s Chorus, Krystal Morin, conductor, for an opulent celebration of the holiday season, centered around Benjamin Britten’s dramatic cantata Saint Nicolas, inspired by Saint Nicholas’ legendary care for the poor and oppressed. Set against the lush horns and arias of Bach’s Epiphanytide cantata, Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen, BWV 65, we link holiday traditions old and new with a newly commissioned motet by Jonathan Woody, inspired by its accompanying program.Learn more
The Bach Institute celebrates our 50+ years of experience studying and performing the works of Bach with public talks, open rehearsals, and concerts; we welcome a select group of talented musicians for an intensive workshop on Bach cantata arias , culminating in a final Showcase concert.
Continuing our 50-year old tradition, Emmanuel Music presents Bach's astounding human document, in the liturgical setting for which it was intended, as well as other sacred works. Sundays at 10.00 am September - May .
Bach wrote some of the most sublime music, but that doesn't mean you should only observe it from a distance, on a pedestal. Here are some opportunities for self reflection and personal connection through the music of our favorite composer and those he inspired.Learn More
We couldn’t be more delighted to celebrate with you all of Emmanuel Music’s artistry and programming, both innovative and traditional, as we prepare to enter our 54th season.
We hope the below brochure will demonstrate how innovation meets tradition at Emmanuel Music; how we uphold our artistic legacy while embracing the tools and needs of our current moment.
As Emmanuel Music’s programs are 75% funded by individual philanthropy, none of this would be possible without your support in any amount.
An essential destination for Bach performance and scholarship, Emmanuel Music offers inspiring artistry and experiences—welcoming both the seasoned listener and the newly curious—and exuberantly fulfills a vital and unique role in both the Boston and global cultural landscape.
The Bach Institute, now stretched across the entire performance season, is designed to be open and inclusive, providing access to learning about Bach's music and engaging in participatory activities designed for music professionals, aficionados, amateurs, and the public.Learn more
With your support, Emmanuel Music provides inspiring experiences for listeners from all walks of life and nurtures a warm, vital community that shares the love of extraordinary music.
Enriching the cultural life of Boston and the musical world at large.
With your support, Emmanuel Music provides inspiring experiences for listeners from all walks of life and nurtures a warm, vital community that shares the love of extraordinary music—enriching the cultural life of Boston and the musical world at large.Give now