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Bach’s Lunch Lecture: Pramod Upadhyay- Indian and Nepali Drumming

CCMS Recital Hall

In his lecture, Pramod Upadhyay will discuss his musical journey as a tabla artist (Indian/Nepali drum) and how he got into the music profession. Join us one week later on Thursday, January 12 to view a concert, “Indian and Nepali Music”, where the quintet of Hari Maya Adhikari (vocals/harmonium), Shyam Nepali (Nepali sarangi/string instruments), Prem ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch Concert: Indian and Nepali Music

CCMS Recital Hall

In the concert, “Indian and Nepali Music”, the quintet of Hari Maya Adhikari (vocals/harmonium), Shyam Nepali (Nepali sarangi/string instruments), Prem Sagar Khatiwada (tabla/madal), Pramod Upadhyay (tabla/pakhawaj), and David Nugent (Indian sarangi/string instruments) will perform a variety of songs from India and Nepal. Bach’s Lunch programs are free and open to the public, and take place ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch Concert: Until the End of Time

CCMS Recital Hall

Join Peggo and Paul Hodes live on February 9 for their traditional Valentine’s Day Bach’s Lunch, featuring their longtime collaborator Kent Allyn and their daughter Ariana, an alum of CCMS and Nashville-based singer-songwriter. The ensemble will also honor two folk legends who recently passed by performing "Roseville Fair" by Bill Staines, and a medley from ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch Lecture: Music for Resilience

CCMS Recital Hall

Note: This lecture has been rescheduled from February 2nd. In her lecture on Thursday, February 16, music therapist Julieann Hartley will share how we can use music to develop emotional and physical resilience using basic music therapy principles. Bach’s Lunch programs are free and open to the public, and take place from 12:10pm to 12:50pm ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch Lecture: The Guitar in Irish Music – Influences and Evolutions

CCMS Recital Hall

In Dan Faiella's lecture on Thursday, March 2, we will learn how guitarists over the past 70 years have drawn on influences ranging from Delta blues to bouzoukis to create a home for the instrument within traditional Irish music. About the Presenter: Dan Faiella is a guitarist specializing in traditional Celtic music. Trained as an accompanist ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch Concert: Celtic Celebration – A Flurry of Folk Tunes from a Living Tradition

CCMS Recital Hall

Join us for a Celtic jamboree on Thursday, March 9 as we gear up for St. Patrick's Day! Three award-winning fiddlers, Audrey Budington, Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki, and Liz Faiella join forces with guitarist Dan Faiella for a lunchtime concert featuring tunes and songs from a variety of Celtic and Celtic-influenced traditions. Bach’s Lunch programs are free ... Read more

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 Zoom Lecture: 10 Reasons Why You Should Be Singing

Zoom

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

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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

POSTPONED – Bach’s Lunch: “The Clown” in Concert

DUE TO THE ANTICIPATED BAD WEATHER ON APRIL 4, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO A DATE TBD. Recorded in 1957, Charles Mingus' "The Clown" is an album that explores form, narrative, and texture in the jazz quintet format. Featuring a narrator, free improvisation, and through-composed pieces, this album was ahead of its time during ... Read more

Bach’s Lunch: Celebrating the Great American Songbook

Sopranos Jane Berlin Pauley and Jennie O'Brien, accompanied by collaborative pianist Kathy Southworth, present a program of music from the Great American Songbook.  Swing on by to enjoy the music of Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, and more! All Bach's lunch events are free and open to the public, thanks in part to the generosity ... Read more