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"J. S. Bach in the World Today"

Helmuth Rilling at the Bach Festival
Jan 12-16, 2004

The Bach Festival "J. S. Bach in the World Today" at the University of Toronto

supported by the Goethe-Institut at Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queens Park Crescent. Five-day Festival Pass: $195 ($99), one-day Festival Pass: $50 ($25), any one lecture/concert: $20 ($10). For further information call 416-978-3744

with Helmuth Rilling, Festival Conductor and Lecturer, Stuttgart

The 2004 Bach Festival at the University of Toronto is a combination of performance festival and educational symposium, exploring from many perspectives the relevance of the music of J. S. Bach in today’s world. Helmuth Rilling, one of the world’s leading interpreters of Bach, is Festival Conductor and Lecturer.

The daily schedule begins at 12 noon with the "Let’s Talk" lecture/conversation series, and continues through the afternoon with Master Classes at 1 pm and Open Rehearsals at 3 pm. At 5 pm audiences and artists have the opportunity to mingle in the Cantata Café, prior to a signature Rilling event - the one-hour lecture concert on a Bach cantata. Five days, five cantatas with Rilling!



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