Bach Festival 2018

BACH SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON (BSC) Artistic Director & Conductor, Ricard Bordas, has assembled outstanding baroque musicians from Charleston and around the country to comprise the Charleston Baroque Orchestra & Voices.

Leaders of the orchestra and Julliard colleagues, Cynthia Roberts (baroque violin) and Phoebe Carrai (baroque cello), are two of the best-known baroque instrumentals in the country, and we’ll also be fortunate to hear tenor Rufus Müller as the Evangelist in the Passion.

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Charleston area audiences are well acquainted with soprano Margaret Kelly Cook and mezzo-soprano Jennifer Luiken who’ve performed often with the Charleston Symphony. They  will be among the eight soloists featured in the St. John Passion. We are fortunate to have artists of this caliber to present the Passion in much the same fashion as its debut performance on April 7, 1724, at Good Friday Vespers in St. Nicholas Church, Leipzig Germany.


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Ricard Bordas
Cynthia Roberts
Phoebe Carrai
Rufus Müller


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