St. Matthew Passion Poster















The 2014-2015 Season


J.S. Bach, The Passion According to St. Matthew
Sunday, March 29th at 3:00pm
Murchison Performing Arts Center (University of North Texas)
Probably first performed in 1727, the St. Matthew Passion is generally regarded as one of the highest achievements in Western musical art, though the revival efforts of Felix Mendelssohn over 100 years later played an integral role in securing Bach’s legacy. Given the magnitude and profundity of the work, the paraphrased words of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe seem most appropriate: “Bach allows us to hear all of creation, as if the eternal harmony were conversing with itself.” We are proud to present this masterpiece in its entirety and share its sublime inspiration with the Denton community.
Mother’s Day Concert
Sunday, May 10th Time and Place TBD
Greater Denton Arts Council The Arts Guild of DentonNational Endowment for the ArtsTexas Commision on the Arts



Denton Bach Society

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Competition for Young Musicians!


Orchestral Instrument Division
Winner: Harry Dearman, Double Bass
Honorable Mention: Alison Zill, Piccolo
Piano Division
Winner: Rebekah Lambert
Honorable Mention: Michelle Feng; Kevin Lai
Vocal Division
Winner: Miranda Willis, soprano
Honorable Mention: Charlotte Bagwell, soprano; Vinay Thomas, baritone; Clayton Williams, tenor

A note to all of our competitors: The judges were truly impressed with the quality of musicianship that they observed today. We thank you for participating in the competition and hope to see some of you return next year!

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