Martin Luther, Theologian, Reformer, Musician
“Revisiting Luther’s time and advocacies will help to put them into perspective, understand them better, even answer questions that have remained unanswered for centuries perhaps. Whatever the conclusions, whatever he did and believed, however controversial (…and he was!) Martin Luther was a towering figure….and his undoubted influence on Bach’s life and music is reflected in the composer’s repertory.” MS For the full article click on the link below.
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Our next Bachfest will be in the period 29 October-12 November 2017 and includes the biennial Bach Singers prize competition.
Our upgraded Journal will be published in September 2017 and circulated free.
Bach Network UK 7th Dialogue Meeting, Cambridge 10-15 July 2017. Go to www.bachnetwork.co.uk for details and to register
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Visit the LBS Exhibit at the Royal Academy of Music, Marylebone Road, London NW1 - on display until 28 February 2017. The Exhibit is on display in the Tertis Display case, Lower Ground Floor opposite the Refectory.
Happy New Year!
We wish you a very Happy New Year, full of good things…and lots of Bach
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