For those who hold tickets for any of the performances of Bach’s masterwork, we offer several options:
(1) Retain your ticket(s) for the soon-to-be-rescheduled performance
(2) Exchange your ticket(s) for a performance of another concert in our 2020-21 Season, the theme of which is “Her” to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage
(3) Make a tax-deductible donation of the ticket purchase amount to True Concord by notifying our office at (520) 401-2651
(4) Obtain a refund for your ticket purchase by contacting our office.
Questions to the board or staff about this decision can be directed to True Concord’s office: (520) 401-2651 or admin@TrueConcord.org.
Out of concern for the health and safety of all involved in our concerts, True Concord’s board has elected to postpone the Bach B-Minor Mass performances for a later date. We will post the re-scheduled dates soon.
AND NOW FOR THE GENIUS OF GENIUSES!
Why waste money on psychotherapy when you can listen to the B-Minor Mass?
The world’s greatest musicians, creators and philosophers have uniformly marveled at Johann Sebastian Bach. The monumental B-Minor Mass, for choir, soloists and orchestra, is one of Bach’s “cathedrals in sound” and the pinnacle of his life’s work.
Coming off the 2018-19 critically-acclaimed sold-out performances of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, this is a perfect finale for True Concord Voices & Orchestra’s season In Genius.
The Mass in B Minor is as lofty in design, scope and expression as anything written by the hand of man.
National Public Radio
Any musician, even the most gifted, takes a place second to Bach’s at the very start.
Bach is the beginning and end of all music.
Bach is thus a terminal point. Nothing comes from him; everything merely leads to him.
The most stupendous miracle in all music!
If one were asked to name one musician who came closest to composing without human flaw, I suppose general consensus would choose Johann Sebastian Bach…
Study Bach. There you will find everything.