And the Tony Award for Rapier Wit Goes to…
Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society
Fri, Jun 28 - Sun, Jun 30
Stoughton Opera House: $43 - $49
Ages 6 and up
$10 Student tickets are available for purchase with a valid ID.
The JUN 30 performance will take place at Hillside Theater, Taliesin in Spring Green, WI and will include an option for a picnic dinner by Pasture and Plenty for $18. Dinners must be ordered one week in advance. For dinner options and preferences, call Samantha at BDDS, at (608) 255-9866.
Attend all six programs during Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society’s chamber music festival, which include insightful commentary and delightful surprises. Led by artistic directors Stephanie Jutt (flute) and Jeffrey Sykes (piano), you’ll hear diverse repertoire played by an ensemble of distinguished musicians from Wisconsin and around the country. A full list of the shows can be found HERE.
We celebrate two great musicians, cellist couple Anthony (“Tony”) Ross and Beth Rapier with a program centered around cello duets. Ross and Rapier are joined by firebrand violinist Carmit Zori; violist and NPR commentator Toby Appel; local favorites Katrin Talbot, viola and Leanne League, violin; and Dynamite Factory (our program for emerging talent) pianist Amalia Rinehart.
- George Frideric Handel: Sonata in G minor
- Luigi Boccherini: Quintet in B-flat Major
- Gian Carlo Menotti: Suite for two cellos and piano
- Johannes Brahms: Sextet in G Major, op. 36