Why Should An Organization Sponsor Bach and Sons?

Audience members and recent hosts of Bach and Sons, the organ and multi-media event presented by Dr. Jeannine Jordan, organist and narrator and David Jordan, media artist, describe WHY Bach and Sons is an experience to be shared with a community.

Bach and Sons…

“engaged and captivated our students.”

“allows one to hear from the women in Bach’s life.”  Debra Lynn, Fine Arts Department Chair of Manchester University

“is a fantastic and unique educational experience and a top quality production and performance.”  Glenn Rodgers, Regional Councillor, Region III, American Guild of Organists

“keeps Bach alive for my generation and the next generation as well.”  organ student

“non-organists were just overwhelmed to learn so much and they were so impressed with Dr. Jordan’s playing and narration.”  David Rhody, Program Committee SW Jersey Chapter of the American Guild of Organists

“is entertaining:  you learn a lot, you laugh a lot, and you hear a bunch of great music.”  Greg Vey, Dean Fort Wayne Chapter of the American Guild of Organists

“Everybody greatly enjoyed this event and learned a few things they didn’t know.  Get this program for your chapters or concert series if you possibly can.”  Evelyn Larter, Dean SW Jersey Chapter of the American Guild of Organists

“has made sure that the tradition of fine organ music never dies.”  AGO board member

Visit www.bachandsons.com to learn more of this live organ and multi-media experience. To bring this unique event to your community, please contact Jeannine Jordan at jeannine@promotionmusic.org.

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