Have lunch with some Bach at St. Joseph’s Chapel in Grass Valley
July 4, 2018
Bach's Lunch Concerts will present its third season of beautiful and eclectic chamber music beginning on Tuesday, July 10, and continuing every Tuesday until July 31, at St. Joseph's Chapel in Grass Valley.
The first concert will feature the North Star Piano Trio: Violinist Kristen Autry, cellist Alexandra Roedder, and pianist Lynn Schugren, in some lushly romantic early 20th trios by Croatian composer Dora Pejacevic and Swedish composer Laura Netzel.
On July 17, master musician guitarist Louis Valentine Johnson and violinist Richard Altenbach, will offer a concert of original works by Johnson, and a collection of collaborative works which they are soon to record.
The July 24 concert will feature highlights from the Young Composers Project for this year, in which they collaborated with South Yuba River Citizens League and wrote pieces inspired by the rivers and waterways. These pieces will be played by the local professionals.
The last concert on July 31 will feature Sacramento violinist Anita Felix, and Berkeley pianist Miles Graber. Both musicians are well known and respected chamber musicians, and have been in works by Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann and others.
Admission to the concert is $10. The doors open at 11:50 a.m., and the concerts last approximately an hour.
Recommended Stories For You
Music lovers are encouraged to attend, and if they so choose, to bring a lunch or snacks for the concert.
Trending In: Entertainment
- Nevada City artist earns award for 37th annual KVIE Art Auction
- Joan Merriam: Of dogs & friends …
- Jim Mullen: Best read by 2018
- Annie Keeling: Successful parents build fences
- A classic & enduring American comedy! — Sierra Stages presents “You Can’t Take It With You” at the historic Nevada Theatre in Nevada City
- Fatality involved with fire off Old Tunnel Road (VIDEO)
- Nevada County authorities haven’t yet ID’d burned body
- One arrested, thousands of marijuana plants seized on San Juan Ridge
- Rough and Ready caregiver arrested in suspected financial elder abuse
- That’s the spirit: Nevada County’s first locally-crafted spirits make their debut