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THE BACH SINFONIA & SINFONIA VOCI “has given the Washington area an enterprising decade of musical journeys back three centuries, re-creating baroque works in a way that also helps listeners envision the world of music-making in marbled courts, gilded churches and gabled towns,” writes The Washington Post critic Cecilia Porter. Founded in 1995, The Bach Sinfonia is dedicated to excellence in performance, public education and disseminating a greater understanding of the variety of styles, composers, and masterpieces of the baroque, pre-classical, and classical periods. Specialists in the performance of music of the 17th and 18th centuries, the ensemble presents concerts, lectures, and other cultural events designed to be not only entertainment but also an educational experience. The Bach Sinfonia has performed before two National Meetings of the American Musicological Society, at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, for the International Conference Attending to Early Modern Women, at the Concert Hall at Strathmore and other prestigious venues. Their performances and recordings have received outstanding reviews and international recognition. In his review of the 2009 recording Passion & Lament: Choral Masterworks of the 17th Century (also on Sono Luminus), BBC critic Paul Reily remarks on the ensemble as having “top-drawer choral percision, seductive blend, and sylistic sensitivity.... the ensemble’s impeccably-blended vocal warmth is shaped by Abraham with a supple feeling for line and gesture.” For additional information about the ensemble, its concert and touring schedule, visit their web page at www.bachsinfonia.org.

Conductor DANIEL ABRAHAM is artistic director of The Bach Sinfonia. His work has garnering praise from many noteworthy sources including The Washington Post, Choral Journal, the BBC and Early Music America. His performances have been cited as exhibiting “uncommon precision and exuberant vitality,” being “bright, energetic, and lovingly shaped” and showing “keen insight and coherence.” (The Washington Post) As a conductor and scholar, he has often focused his attention towards seeking out works that previously have been unknown to present-day audiences, and he has been responsible for numerous contemporary premieres. Abraham’s performances have been nationally broadcast on National Public Radio’s Performance Today, he has appeared at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Concert Hall of the Music Center at Strathmore, The National Women’s Museum of the Arts, and has prepared choruses for the national broadcasts of the Kennedy Center Honors Gala (PBS) and Christmas in Washington (TNT). He also appeared on the nationally syndicated PBS series History Detectives during its initial season. Abraham is associate professor of music and director of choral activities at American University in Washington, D.C., and is a sought after clinician who has given master classes and clinics throughout the United States, Canada, and as far as Cairo, Egypt. His recordings, including Handel’s Alexander Feast, Bach’s Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn’ ihn, Biber’s Stabat mater, psalms by Rossi and Carissimi’s Historia di Jephte can be heard on the Sono Luminus label.


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