Our unprecedented fall concert involved a trilogy of concerts across the state of South Carolina! The S.C. Bach Choir combined forces with the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra (NCBO) to share Bach's music with Spartanburg on Friday (Daniel Recital Hall, Converse College); Columbia on Saturday (Ebenezer Lutheran Church); and Greenville on Sunday (Westminster Presbyterian Church). The NCBO also participated in some educational outreach events on Friday morning at Greenville Middle School, League Middle School, and the South Carolina Governor's School.for the Arts & Humanities.
This entertaining Bach Shorts event featured vocal soloists (Morgan Voke Thomason, soprano; Jake Thomason, tenor; and Arlen Clarke, bass) and chamber orchestra in two events: the first at Stone Academy for 4th and 5th grade students, and the second at M. Judson in Greenville, SC.
Bach Shorts: Jennifer John, violin, & Caroline Ulrich, flute (9.10.16)
The first concert of the 2016-2017 Bach Shorts season featured Jennifer John on violin (Robert Wells, harpsichord) and Caroline Ulrich on flute (David Rhyne, harpsichord) at M. Judson in Greenville, SC.
S.C. Bach Choir: Spring 2016 Concert
Dr. David Rhyne directed this concert, "Sacred Music from Leipzig," which featured Bach's Motet: Jesu, meine Freude/Jesus, my joy, BWV 227; Sonata for Violin in E Major, BWV 1016 (Jennifer John, violin; Robert Wells, harpsichord); and Cantata: Ich habe genug/I have enough, BWV 82 (Adrian Smith, baritone; Petrea Warneck, oboe).
Bach Shorts: Spring 2016 Concerts in the Upstate
This series of free, short concerts featured various musicians in unique venues in Upstate South Carolina.
S.C. Bach Choir: Fall 2015 Concert at Furman University
With Dr. David Rhyne, conductor, and Dr. Christopher Cock, guest conductor, this program included Bach's Motet: Der Geist hilft unser Schwachheit auf/The Spirit Helps our Weakness, BWV 226; Toccata in C minor, BWV 911; Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, BWV 1048; and Cantata: Die Elenden sollen essen/The Hungry Shall Eat, BWV 75.