Bach Festival Plays Up Celtic-Baroque Connection in Concert Friday

Jun 6, 2018

Joanna Steinhauser's violin, Cara Lieurance's flutes, Carl Witt's harpsichord borrowed from K-College, and Luke Cook's cello.
Credit C. Lieurance

On Friday night, the Kalamazoo Bach Festival continues with a program called Breaking Barriers with Bach: Baroque To Celtic, featuring music of French, German, and Scottish composers of the Baroque era, with traditional Irish dance tunes interspersed, and finishing up with the premiere of The Butterfly, a work by Kalamazoo composer Carl Witt. In the studio with Cara Lieurance, Carl Witt, Luke Cook, and Joanna Steinhauser (holding young Matilda in her arms) preview the music and talk about the process of bringing the program together.

The concert is at 7:30 pm in the Lecture Hall of the Light Fine Arts Center, Kalamazoo College, on Friday, June 8. 


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