A&E Happenings for March 19-20

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A&E Happenings for March 19-20

Mika Inouye (at piano) rehearses for the Bach’s Lunch recital with violinists Kristina Lambert and Cathy Pope, violist Hayley Bair and cellist Steve White.

The Durango Bach Festival, now in its seventh year, features concerts performed by singers and solo musicians playing a variety of instruments (from flute to marimba), as well as trumpet and mandolin ensembles. The festival will run through Saturday and is presented by 3rd Ave. Arts and all events take place at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 910 East Third Ave.

The schedule of events:

Bach’s Lunch, noon recitals followed by lunch catered by Carver’s in St. Mark’s Parish Hall today and Friday.

The mid-week concert at 7 p.m. Thursday; titled “Bach on Wood,” the concert will feature members of the Fort Lewis College Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Jonathan Latta, with guests jazz pianist Jack Maynes and guitarist Chad MacCluskey.

The Festival Finale concert at 7 p.m. Saturday will feature Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, a harpsichord concerto with soloist Marilyn Garst, and vocal solos by soprano Gemma Kavanagh and tenor Curtis Storm.

Tickets for the Thursday evening and the Saturday evening concerts cost $15 for adults and $5 for students and children; advance purchase is recommended. Noon recitals are $5 for each recital and $8 for each luncheon, payable at the door. Passes are available and include all festival concerts, recitals and lunches. Tickets and passes for the festival are available online at www.DurangoBachFestival.com or by calling (800) 838-3006.

A&E Happenings for March 19-20

Mika Inouye (at piano) rehearses for the Bach’s Lunch recital with violinists Kristina Lambert and Cathy Pope, violist Hayley Bair and cellist Steve White.

The Durango Bach Festival, now in its seventh year, features concerts performed by singers and solo musicians playing a variety of instruments (from flute to marimba), as well as trumpet and mandolin ensembles. The festival will run through Saturday and is presented by 3rd Ave. Arts and all events take place at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 910 East Third Ave.

The schedule of events:

Bach’s Lunch, noon recitals followed by lunch catered by Carver’s in St. Mark’s Parish Hall today and Friday.

The mid-week concert at 7 p.m. Thursday; titled “Bach on Wood,” the concert will feature members of the Fort Lewis College Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Jonathan Latta, with guests jazz pianist Jack Maynes and guitarist Chad MacCluskey.

The Festival Finale concert at 7 p.m. Saturday will feature Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, a harpsichord concerto with soloist Marilyn Garst, and vocal solos by soprano Gemma Kavanagh and tenor Curtis Storm.

Tickets for the Thursday evening and the Saturday evening concerts cost $15 for adults and $5 for students and children; advance purchase is recommended. Noon recitals are $5 for each recital and $8 for each luncheon, payable at the door. Passes are available and include all festival concerts, recitals and lunches. Tickets and passes for the festival are available online at www.DurangoBachFestival.com or by calling (800) 838-3006.
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