Back to Back Bach

United States, California, Los Angeles – 11-07-2019 ( — Tesserae presents an intimate evening of solo and chamber works by Johann Sebastian Bach, featuring internationally acclaimed lutenist Thomas Dunford.

 When – Sunday, November 24th at 5:00 p.m.  Where – The Contrapuntal Recital Hall, Brentwood, CA (address given at time of ticket purchase)What – Back to Back Bach presented by Tesserae Baroque. Internationally acclaimed lutenist Thomas Dunford and Tesserae collaborate to present back-to-back mini-recitals celebrating the solo and chamber works of JS Bach.Tickets are not available at the door. Please purchase tickets at General Admission $40, Seniors (62+) and SCEMS $35, Students $20.  Who – Thomas Dunford, luteIan Pritchard, Tesserae Baroque music director & harpsichordAndrew McIntosh, concert masterLeif Woodward, viola da gamba Hailed by BBC Magazine as the “Eric Clapton of the lute,” Thomas Dunford has performed around the world with a wide variety of artists from Trevor Pinnock to Bobby McFerrin. Tesserae Baroque is an LA-based ensemble, known for high-quality, historically-informed performances of Renaissance and Baroque repertoire. Sharing music we love with the communities where we live is important to us, and we have low-cost and free ticket programs to prove it. Enrich your community by becoming involved with Tesserae through our performances, education projects, and fundraising efforts. Your support is what makes it possible to keep this music accessible to all. Find out more about Tesserae Baroque at, Facebook and Twitter.

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Company Name: Tesserae Baroque
Full Name: Alex Opsahl
Phone: (626) 818-3163
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