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Bach’s Lunch Lecture: Frequencies and Experiments

CCMS Recital Hall

In this lecture on Thursday, April 6, Eric Klaxton will discuss the influence of minimalism on ambient and electronic music. Looking at the work of Reich, Riley, Aphex Twin, Autechre, among similar artists, we will explore the threads that connect them and the qualities that make each unique. One week later on Thursday, April 13, ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch Concert: Rhegos

CCMS Recital Hall

Please join us for a concert on Thursday, April 13 featuring Rhegos, the electro-acoustic duo of Eric Klaxton (keyboards) and Richie Smith (guitar). The duo will perform original music inspired by the minimalist, ambient, and electronic music traditions. To learn more about Rhegos, visit rhegos.bandcamp.com. Bach’s Lunch programs are free and open to the public, and ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch Lecture: 10 Reasons Why You Should Be Singing


On Thursday, May 4, Beth Armstrong will present a zoom lecture, Ten Reasons Why You Should Be Singing. As a life-long choral singer, Beth can attest to its benefits on an anecdotal level. However, there has been a great deal of research done on the physical benefits of singing in a group. She will touch on ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch Concert: Trillium: Le Chat Noir: Cabaret in Concord

CCMS Recital Hall

Please join us for a concert, Le Chat Noir: Cabaret in Concord on Thursday, May 11 featuring Trillium. The soprano trio of Jane Berlin Pauley, Peggo Horstmann Hodes, and Hannah Schramm Murray with Calvin Herst (piano) brings Cabaret to Concord, singing songs of contemporary composers such as John Bucchino, Zina Goldrich, Marcy Heissler, and New Hampshire's ... Read more