Events

Summer Concerts: Jonathan Oddie, Harpsichord

Summer Concerts: Jonathan Oddie, Harpsichord

07/24/2024    
7:00 pm-8:00 pm
Jonathan Oddie, Harpsichord Professor of Practice of Historical Keyboards, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Orlando Gibbons (1583–1625): Fantasias, pavans, and galliards J. J. Froberger [...]
Tacoma Bach Festival presents Wyatt Smith, organ

Tacoma Bach Festival presents Wyatt Smith, organ

Internationally-acclaimed organist Wyatt Smith returns for a personally-curated performance of Bach’s most extensive and significant organ collection, the Clavier-Ubüng III. Sometimes called the “German Organ [...]
Tacoma Bach Festival presentsTrío Guadalevín

Tacoma Bach Festival presentsTrío Guadalevín

07/27/2024    
7:30 pm-9:00 pm
Echoes of Diaspora Trío Guadalevín explores the musical dialogue between Indigenous, European, and African cultures that define Latin American identity. With memorable stories and an [...]
Tacoma Bach Festival presents Bach and the Natural World

Tacoma Bach Festival presents Bach and the Natural World

For the festival finale, the TBF Orchestra and Chorus takes a musical look at our natural world through three works that span the centuries: Bach’s [...]
Organ by Night

Organ by Night

08/18/2024    
10:00 pm-10:45 pm
THIRD SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH, 10:10 P.M. (immediately following Compline), in the cathedral nave and in the organ loft The tradition of informal mini-concerts on the Flentrop following Compline have introduced generations of Seattleites to the power and beauty of a real pipe organ. All are welcome to listen in the nave, or join the organist in the loft to see what playing an instrument of this size is really like. (The radio program The Organ Loft, which airs on KING-FM immediately following Compline each week, was inspired by this tradition.) A Q&A in the loft usually follows the performance. The new iteration of this offering, called Organ by Night, will be offered once a month, on the third Sunday of each month.
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