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Washington Bach Consort, Noon Concert, Tuesday, October 4, 2021

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Washington Bach Consort

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Dr. Dana Marsh

The Washington Bach Consort’s Noontime Cantata Series, fulfills its mission of bringing the music of Johann Sebastian Bach to the Washington, DC community. Presented at Church of the Epiphany (Downtown Cantata Series) and at St. Peter’s Catholic Church as well as one performance at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill (Capitol Cantata Series), performances are free of charge to all attendees.

Volunteers report to the patron services manager and are instructed to help with light administrative or ushering duties.

Cantata: Es ist nichts Gesundes an meinem Leibe, BWV 25


✔Wear a mask ✔Show proof of vaccination ✔Stay home if you’re not feeling well

The health and safety of our audience members, artists, volunteers, and staff is our greatest concern. As such, we will be requiring all audience members, staff, volunteers, and artists to be masked and fully vaccinated against COVID-19. All activity at Washington Bach Consort performances will be in accordance with regulations from the DC government and CDC. We will continue to incorporate the newest guidance, research, and regulations into our planning, and will update you as guidelines change.

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About Washington Bach Consort


1310 G Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005, US

Mission Statement

The Washington Bach Consort employs a professional chorus and orchestra noted for its historically-informed performances of 18th-century music on period instruments. As one of the DC area’s most critically acclaimed and nationally recognized performing arts organizations, the Consort has made regular appearances with organizations such as the Washington Performing Arts Society, the National Symphony Orchestra and the Cathedral Choral Society. From its inception, the Consort has made music education and community outreach a priority as a conduit to achieve its mission to present accessible world-class art and promote current and future appreciation of J.S. Bach in our community. The wide range of initiatives the Consort presents to the community brings the arts to students who, for cost, location, schedule, or lack of knowledge with the music, would not regularly attend a classical music performance.


Dana Marsh was named Artistic Director in August 2018. Founded in 1977 by the late Dr. J. Reilly Lewis, the Washington Bach Consort is committed to the study and performance of the complete vocal and instrumental works of Johann Sebastian Bach and his contemporaries. The mission of the Washington Bach Consort is to
1) Perform to the highest artistic standards the music of J.S. Bach and his Baroque contemporaries,
2) Expand its audience through concerts, collaborations with other performing ensembles, media appearances, marketable recordings and tours, and
3) Promote current and future appreciation of J.S. Bach in our community through compelling music education programs presented by members of the Consort.

Arts & Culture


Mon Oct 04, 2021
11:30 AM - 01:30 PM


St Mark's Capitol Hill301 A St SE, Washington, DC 20003Washington, DC 20003



  • Music Arts
  • Music Theory
  • German
  • Administrative Support
  • Arts Administration
  • Singing




  • Must be at least 18
  • 2 hrs, over lunch time

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