B-Minor Mass

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


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.


Why waste money on psychotherapy when you can listen to the B-Minor Mass?

Michael Torke

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.

Paul Hindemith

Bach is the beginning and end of all music.

Max Reger

Bach is thus a terminal point. Nothing comes from him; everything merely leads to him.

Albert Schweitzer

The most stupendous miracle in all music!

Richard Wagner

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…

Aaron Copland

Study Bach. There you will find everything.

Johannes Brahms