Sunday, June 4, 2023 @ 4:00pm – 6:00pm (EDT)
First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Ellicot City, MD, 21042
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In person: $33 ($10 ages 12-18/full-time student, $5 ages 11 & under) |
Stream: $5-$100

Bach in Baltimore closes out its 35th Anniversary Season with two triumphant works. Handel composed Dettingen Te Deum in 1743 along with his anthem "The King Shall Rejoice" to commemorate King George II and his army's victory at the Battle of Dettingen over the French. It is a jubilant score for chorus, trumpets, and percussion. This song of victory is paired with Mozart's monumental Symphony No. 41 in C major or the "Jupiter" Symphony. Mozart's masterpiece, coined for the Roman God Jupiter, opens with a thunderous clap of strings and horns that builds to a finale of fireworks of breathtaking sound. The "Jupiter" Symphony is Mozart's longest and last symphony, and it stands not just as one of Mozart's greatest musical achievements but as one of the most awe-inspiring compositions of Classical music.

About Bach in Baltimore

Bach in Baltimore’s mission is to perform the choral and instrumental works of Johann Sebastian Bach (and his contemporaries) and to educate the concert-going public about the musical language of Bach and the texts he chose to set to music.

We strive each month to present these works in a historically informed way that will enrich the lives of our audience members and inspire creativity. We wish to foster an appreciation for the arts, particularly for Baroque music, within the entire community. We are committed to providing educational experiences for people of all ages in order to instill a lifelong connection Bach’s music.

First Evangelical Lutheran Church

3604 Chatham Rd
Ellicot City, MD