Bach Cantatas

 Wednesday, July 26, 3:00PM, All Saints’ Episcopal Church 

Andrew Arthur, organ; vocal soloists; and chamber orchestra  


J.S. BACH, Cantata No. 10, “Meine Seel erhebt den Herren,” BWV 10

J.S. BACH, Cantata No. 36, “Schwingt freudig euch empor,” BWV 36b


Join us for an exploration of works from Bach’s impressive cantata catalogue. “These two exceptional Bach cantatas focus on the theme of Advent, the beginning of the Lutheran Church year. These one-to-a-part cantata recitals [spark] a real and enduring hunger for this extraordinary repertoire.” – Andrew Arthur  

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Andrew Arthur


Andrew Arthur


Jul 26 2023


3:00 pm

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  • Andrew Arthur
    Andrew Arthur
    Principal Keyboard

    A native of the UK, Andrew Arthur enjoys a fine reputation as a conductor, keyboard soloist, ensemble player, and teacher of exceptional versatility. He combines these disciplines within his principal position as Fellow and Director of Music at Trinity Hall, Cambridge where he is also an Affiliated Lecturer in the University’s world-renowned Faculty of Music.

    An acknowledged specialist in the music of the Baroque and Classical periods, Andrew is in great demand as a conductor, keyboard soloist, and consort player and has appeared at many prestigious international festivals. He currently holds the positions of Associate Director of The Hanover Band and Musical Director of his own period-instrument ensemble and vocal consort, Orpheus Britannicus. Andrew’s solo and directorial recordings encompass repertory spanning over 400 years.

    Alongside his busy concert schedule, he works throughout the year training the Organ Scholars and conducting the Chapel Choir at Trinity Hall with whom, in addition to their regular schedule of services in the College Chapel, he undertakes a number of concerts, recordings, and international tours.

All Saints' Episcopal Church


All Saints' Episcopal Church
Dolores St between 9th and 10th Ave, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921

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