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 26-May 15.This week's cantataCantata ScheduleCantata recordings
The Chorus and Orchestra of Emmanuel Music return joyfully for celebratory music from Bach’s first Christmas in Leipzig (1723). A perennial favorite, Bach’s Magnificat is paired with the rarely performed Cantata, BWV 63. Bach brings to life the humble mystery and joy of the season, juxtaposing music both virtuosically dazzling and inwardly poignant.View performance detailsView all performances
Join us for a series of three online conversations led by Pamela Dellal, Co-Director of the Bach Institute. While Bach cantatas are often filled with sophisticated musical and theological elements, our discussions will focus on what’s immediately engaging and appealing about these works.Learn more
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
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