Bach's St. Matthew Passion

Get Tickets $10 (student); $30 - $55
Experience the power and intimacy of this masterpiece through Bach's engaging account of the Gospel story. Led by Music Director and Conductor, A. Dennis Sparger, The Bach Society Chorus and Orchestra will be joined by the Missouri Baptist University Chamber Singers. The concert features an internationally recognized cast of Baroque soloists, including Steven Soph as the Evangelist, Stephen Morscheck as Jesus, soprano Josefien Stoppelenburg, mezzo soprano Meg Bragle, tenor Dann Coakwell, and baritone Alexander Dobson. Presented in collaboration with Missouri Baptist University Choral Department. Presented by: Mary Pillsbury Wainwright Guest Artist Sponsor: Linda and Tyree Derrick

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