Chamber music and arias by Johann Sebastian Bach are performed by the New England Bach Festival Chamber Orchestra with internationally known soprano Arleen Auger live from the studios of Vermont ETV. Formed in 1983, the Ensemble is made up of principal players from the New England Bach Festival Orchestra under the artistic direction of Blanche Honegger Moyse. This concert kicks off the 30th anniversary season of the Lane Series. Guests include: Arleen Auger, Soprano | Susan Rotholz, Flute | Stephen Taylor, Oboe | Peggy James, Violin | Eric Bartlett, Cello | Charles Sherman, Harpsichord
Presented in cooperation with the George Bishop Lane Series through funding provided in part by Downs, Rachlin, and Martin; additional funding provided by the National Endowment for the Arts
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