Celebrate the 2017 Reformation anniversary with…

header1.jpgBach and Sons, the organ and multi-media concert experience created and performed by Dr. Jeannine Jordan, organist and narrator and David Jordan, media artist.

Bach and Sons is

  • the incredible organ music of Johann Sebastian Bach from the sublime to the grand
  • intriguing stories of the Bach family and the rich life they led
  • amazing visuals taking you to Bach’s Germany
  • live camera projection from not one but five cameras bringing the work of the organist to life on the screen
  • a cinematic-sized screen giving every audience member a front-row seat
  • available for your audience.  Contact Jeannine Jordan at jeannine@bachandsons.com
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Dr. Jeannine Jordan, concert organist, and David Jordan, media artist, are the creators and performers of three organ and multi-media concert experiences, Around the World in 80 Minutes, Bach and Sons, and From Sea to Shining Sea.  Contact Dr. Jordan at jeannine@promotionmusic.org for information.

 

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Celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation

Bach and Sons is a perfect concert for celebrating
the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.

Bach and Sons

Dr. Jeannine Jordan, concert organist, and David Jordan, media artist, are the creators and performers of three organ and multi-media concert experiences, Around the World in 80 Minutes, Bach and Sons, and From Sea to Shining Sea.  Contact Dr. Jordan at jeannine@promotionmusic.org for information.

 

Bach and Sons in Austria

In August, we were privileged to perform the world premier of the German version of our organ and media event, Bach and Sons, in Ried, Austria.  Part of the Innveirtler Kultursommer concert series, the concert played to an enthusiastic audience at the stunning Baroque Stadtpfarrkirche.

Stadtpfarrkirche, Ried, Austria

With the incredible organ music of Johann Sebastian Bach and his sons superbly played by Dr. Jeannine Jordan on the Mathis organ; narration in German by Dr. Jordan telling the story of the Bach family through the eyes of the women important to the Bach family; stunning visuals by David Jordan putting the audience in the cities, churches, schools, and homes where Bach lived and worked;  and what the audience loved most — three camera feeds with live images projected to a large screen giving everyone an opportunity to see the organist actually playing this great music, the audience was in awe of this new telling of the story of Bach.

To learn more of the Bach and Sons organ and media experience, please visit the Bach and Sons website at www.bachandsons.com