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Angela Washeck – Guest Contributor
Apr 15 2013
Free Dallas Bach Society Concert

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St. Matthew's Cathedral Arts
5100 Ross Avenue
Dallas, Texas

St. Matthew’s Cathedral Arts, the new center for arts and culture in East Dallas, will present a FREE concert by the Dallas Bach Society on Sunday, April 28 at 3 p.m. in its cathedral at 5100 Ross Avenue. A reception will follow in the Cathedral Great Hall Gallery. For more information, visit www.cathedralartsdallas.org.

The Dallas Bach Society’s season celebration of “Bach and Handel: Two Visions” continues with a performance by brilliant mezzo-soprano, Fabiana Gonzales, who comes to Dallas from the Yale University Program in Early Music. She will sing the music of Handel, including his Spanish cantata “No se emendera jamas”, as well as her specialty of Spanish Baroque music.

The Dallas Bach Society was formed in 1982 to promote and encourage instrumental, choral, vocal, operatic, chamber and keyboard music composed before 1800 through live performances in Dallas and its vicinity.  Since its founding, the Society, under the leadership of its founding Artistic Director, Paul Riedo (1982-1994), and its second Artistic Director, James Richman (1995-present) has been the city’s primary resource for early music performance by serious, professional musicians.

 


Angela is an Aggie grad, thrilled to be working for BubbleLife covering the Park Cities, Preston Hollow, Lake Highlands and several other neighborhoods in the area. When she's not writing and reporting for BubbleLife, she contributes to TexasMonthly.com, MediaBistro.com, drinks lots of coffee, reads, and goes to concerts in Dallas. Angela has worked for CBS alum and legendary newsman Dan Rather, lived and worked in New York City, Austin, and Dallas, all before the age of 22. - Contact Angela at