Dear Friends of Blue Hill Bach,
What a year it’s been! The B minor Mass—the 5th Brandenburg Concerto—a sold-out performance of Dido and Aeneas in the magnificent barn at David’s Folly Farm—Bach’s Lunch with John Finney—educational programs about Baroque chorales, opera, and dance. Our chorus, student soloists, and repertory ensemble outdid themselves. It was clear at the end of the summer’s festival that they were as thrilled with the concerts and events as members of the audience.
And then, there was the annual Downeast Messiah, last year under the baton of Daniel Pyle, and Bach’s amazing Musical Offering for our celebration of Bach’s birthday.
We’re busy planning for the 2019 festival, July 26-28, when we’ll be presenting Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, Bach’s St. John’s Passion, the Mass in G Major BWV 236, the “Wedding Cantata” BWV 202, and more.
This is our ninth year of bringing Blue Hill Bach’s special brand of Baroque music to Downeast Maine. We wouldn’t be able to do all of this without your support—thank you! Please consider increasing the amount of your annual gift, and if this is your first donation to Blue Hill Bach, we hope you’ll make a generous contribution.
You can also help by hosting an artist in your home, volunteering on a committee or at an event, and most importantly, by coming to our performances.
We look forward to seeing you soon—thanks so much for your support!
Marcia Gronewold Sly
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