Join Us For A Joyous Holiday Gathering On Campus.
5PM - 6PM: Campus Gathering: Drinks/Holiday Treats - Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor, 116th Street & Amsterdam (1135 Amsterdam Avenue)
We will have Holiday Food, Specialty Holiday Drinks and Holiday Activities
Private area with assigned tables will be setup for our club.
6PM - 7PM: Bach Society Concert, St. Pauls Chapel (On Campus)
A. Bruckner - Two Aequali for 3 trombones
S. Barber - "Let Down the Bars, O Death" chorus a cappella
J.S. Bach - Cantata Ach wie flüchtig ach wie nichtig, BWV 26
J.S. Bach - Cantata Gottlob! nun geht das Jahr zu Ende, BWV 28
G. Mahler - Finale ("What Love Tells Me") from Symphony No.3, (arr. for chamber orch.)
Winter, in its darkest and bleakest moments, represents all that is lost and futile and ephemeral; yet from each end comes every new beginning, such that there is no reason but to embrace whatever comes with love and love alone.
Admission is FREE and no tickets are needed.
7PM - 8PM: Gathering @ Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor, 116th Street & Amsterdam (1135 Amsterdam Avenue)
More Holiday Cheer & Merriment. Assigned table/area setup for our club.
Since its founding in 1999 by a group of Columbia University musicians, the Columbia Bach Society has become a major part of musical life at Columbia. Composed of Columbia University students as well as musicians from the greater New York City community, the Bach Society presents several concerts throughout the year. Founded under the direction of Columbia alumnus Ken-David Masur, the Bach Society has toured Germany, produced and performed numerous operas, given concerts at the 92nd Street Y, the University Club in Manhattan and released its debut album. The Bach Society is currently directed by Kevin Lee.