The Dublin Bach Singers are a dynamic chamber choir under the direction of Blánaid Murphy who specialise in performing the works of Bach and his contemporaries. Celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, the choir have played a pivotal role in Bach performance in Dublin since its foundation through their many distinguished appearances in the Orchestra of St Cecilia's 10-Year Bach Cantatas Project at St Ann's Church, their critically acclaimed performances of Bach's Mass in B Minor, Matthäus-Passion, Johannes-Passion, and their their annual charity performance of Handel's Messiah.
To mark their 10th anniversary, the choir will run a series of concerts featuring Bach's short masses and cantatas, beginning in Autumn 2012, and culminating with a performance of Handel's Israel in Egypt in June 2013.
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Bach: Mass in A major & Cantata 161
Dublin Bach Singers
Orchestra of St Cecelia
Blánaid Murphy, conductor
Mass in A Major, BWV 234
Cantata No. 161, 'Komm, süße Todesstunde'
Sunday 27 January 2013, 3.30pm
St Mary's Pro-Cathedral
Marlborough Street, Dublin 1
0818 205 205
From the Pro-Cathedral Office (01) 874 5441
or on the door