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Johann Sebastian Bach is well known for his large-scale oratorios such as the St. Matthew’s Passion and the Mass in B, which were written for soloists, choir(s) and orchestra. But he also excelled in writing stunning masterworks for just one single instrument, pushing its technical boundaries to the very limits. Join us as two virtuosi bring alive the Goldberg Variations for piano solo and the Partita in B Minor for violin solo (from the collection of Six Sonatas and Partitas), two stellar examples of how Bach made one instrument sound like a full orchestra!
Zuill Bailey, Grammy award-winning cellist, returns to Atlanta and joins the Vega Quartet for one of the greatest works in the chamber repertoire, the glorious Schubert Quintet for Strings.