Saturday 16 July, 3.15pm
New College Chapel
Explore the fascinating and moving settings of the profound text ‘Out of the depths have I cried unto thee’ by JS Bach and his baroque contemporaries.
NEWS & FEATURES
In 1524 Martin Luther paraphrased Psalm 130 Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir (Out of the depths, I have cried out to you) into a text which was to become the inspiration for many composers to write some great pieces of music in the Baroque age and afterwards including Bach, Mendelssohn and Reger.read more
Join us for a fascinating concert exploring the music by some of the greatest composers of the baroque age.read more
Tenor Nick Pritchard has been singing with the Oxford Bach Soloists since 2011. Recently, he took the tenor solo in Bach’s Easter Oratorio. We asked Nick about his life in music.read more
1707 was a turning point for Great Britain with the Acts of Union joining the Kingdoms of England and Scotland. Meanwhile, a more musical transition was taking place in Germany with the three protagonists of this concert.read more