About Bach and Sons

Bach and Sons is an organ and media concert performed by concert organist, Dr. Jeannine Jordan in collaboration with media artist David Jordan. The concert introduces the audience to the organ music of Johann Sebastian Bach as it evolved through his entire life and to the music of his sons, lesser known composers but still important in their own right.

The visual media help bring to life the people and the places that were so important in the life of the Bach family.

As a unique touch, the program is narrated by women who were important in the lives of these great composers.

Visit www.bachandsons.org to learn more.

Bach and Sons

  • presents new insights into the life of Johann Sebastian Bach and his family through the eyes of those who were closest to him
  • is not a dictionary interpretation of the person behind the music but an insight into the human being and what he went through to create the music he made.
  • is more than an organ concert as you travel with Bach and his sons through the trials and tribulations of the challenging life they shared.
  • is a story that gets more dramatic throughout the years in the Bach family.  Come, see, and hear what made Johann Sebastian Bach the phenomenon that he was and still is.
  • feels like you are participating in the places and times that influenced these incredible musicians.
  • tells the stories and showcases the organ music against a continuously changing backdrop of creative visuals by David Jordan
  • gives each audience member a front row seat through the use of live cameras projecting Dr. Jordan’s playing to a large screen.  You are now part of the concert, joining forces with the organist as her feet dance and race over the pedals, her hands exact singing notes from the keys and pull stops creating the myriad of sensations from the voices of the organ.
  • is a must see, actually, a must experience event

Visit www.bachandsons.org to discover more about this captivating event.

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