This weekend Music and the Arts at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mission celebrates All Saints’ with two very special performances.
First on Saturday afternoon at 5:30, we will be performing Bach’s Cantata BWV 106 – Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit (God’s Own Time Is the Very Best of Times) which remains one of Bach’s most touching pieces in the 200 + cantata output. There is no admission charge, though donations are welcomed.
The professional Trinity Chamber Artists will be performing the Brahms Requiem (London Version) on Sunday afternoon at 4 pm. The Chamber Artists’ captivating pure sound gives intimate, delicate, and personal voice to this piano four-hands version of what is perhaps the composer’s most personal work. This exquisite version of his Requiem allows Brahms’s craftsmanship to shine through with clarity, exposing layers of nuance that may be hidden by the full orchestra.
Anna Myeong and Ellen Bottorff, piano Sarah Anderson, soprano Chris Thompson, baritone Ben A. Spalding, conductor Tickets at the door – $15 General Admission