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SAT, MAY 28, 2016 (5:00pm)
Ryssby Church

We close our historic 35th season with Bach as our compass, looking to the past at our historical context on the Front Range, and onward, the horizon of the not-too-distant future.
Boulder Bach founder Maestro Don Th. Jaeger hosts a special, intimate evening of unaccompanied works at Ryssby Church. Second generation BBF musician and Featured Young Artist Robert Erhard performs the fourth Bach cello suite, and Artist-in-Residence violinist Michiko Theurer presents Bach’s second violin partita, culminating in the great Chaccone.
Carrettin shares personal thoughts with the audience, and the vision of Boulder Bach, to contribute to each of our inner journeys through the experience of great musical art.

Don’t miss a single exciting concert in this historic 35th season!!


Dear Friends in Nature, Music, Dance, Art and Life,

Boulder Bach celebrates 35 years of presenting profoundly moving and passionate music events on the Front Range. This season we explore the concert experience as one which is personally transformational, inspiring self reflection and providing a means of elevation of the spirit, sometimes delving deeply into the dark only to soar even higher into the radiant glow of oneness, the divine.