Bach and Sons – an Experience for Everyone!

What do a concert series, a church, a university, and AGO chapters have in common? Bach and Sons.  We just returned from our three-week four-concert endorphin rush* tour performing our Bach and Sons organ and media show for university students, organists, music-lovers, and concert-goers in Indiana and New Jersey!

You can feel in the comments made by the Guest Contributors to this blog, the attendees and sponsors of our recent Bach and Sons concerts, the endorphin rush* our live Bach and Sons performance creates for audiences and sponsors.

Bach and Sons is an experience for everyone

“We had students, lay people and organists at Bach and Sons today and the reaction and response was overwhelmingly positive.  We need more of this kind of this kind of program for our society to hear.”  Martin Gigler, Sub-Dean Fort Wayne AGO

“I was transported to Bach’s world!  Getting to watch the performer helped me listen in a new way.”  David Hupp, piano professor Manchester University

“I was inspired to learn some new Bach repertoire and dust off some of my favorite Bach pieces.”  Tom Magee, organist

“This is an event that is not only fun and exciting for organists, but explains organ music and the life of Bach to non-musicians.”  Greg Vey, Dean of Ft. Wayne AGO Chapter

“My child was captivated by the story, videos, and the Bach coloring/activity book.”  parent

To join the “rush” and schedule a Bach and Sons experience for your community, contact me at jeannine@bachandsons.com

Dr. Jeannine Jordan, co-creator of organ and media concerts and concert organist

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