St. John Passion
TENET AND THE SEBASTIANS
Thu. Mar 23, 2017 at 7:00pm EDT
Sat. Mar 25, 2017 at 7:00pm EDT
German Lutheran Church of St. Paul
315 West 22nd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New York, NY 10011
ONLINE TICKET SALES FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 23 HAVE CLOSED. TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR BEGINNING AT 6PM!
TENET and the Sebastians team up to perform J.S. Bach's St. John Passion in an unconducted performance with an extraordinary cast! Jeffrey Grossman will lead the two ensembles from the chamber organ with tenor Aaron Sheehan as the Evangelist. TENET's performances have been hailed as "adventurous and expressive" by The New York Times, and this collaboration performance between the Sebastians and TENET is a MUST SEE!
Unfortunately, this venue is not handicap accessible. For those who need assistance with stairs, please call (646) 470-5809 or email email@example.com and we will happily make arrangements to accommodate you to the best of our ability!
Evangelist Aaron Sheehan
Soprano soloists Jolle Greenleaf and Molly Quinn
Alto soloists Luthien Brackett and Reginald Mobley
Tenor soloists Owen McIntosh and Jason McStoots
Bass soloists Mischa Bouvier and Sumner Thompson
Ripieno chorus Anna Lenti, Tim Keeler, Donald Meineke, and Andrew Padgett
Archlute Hank Heijink
Violins Daniel Lee, Chloe Fedor, Francis Liu, Nicholas DiEugenio, Beth Wenstrom, Edson Scheid
Violas Jessica Troy and Kyle Miller
Cello Ezra Seltzer
Viola da gamba Shirley Hunt
Violone Nathaniel Chase
Oboes Priscilla Herreid and Meg Owens
Traverso David Ross and Immanuel Davis
Bassoon Nate Helgeson
Chamber organ Jeffrey Grossman
Special Pre-Concert Event
6:15pm - Thursday, March 23 and Saturday, March 25
Admission with your ticket
You are invited to a conversation with musicologist Michael Marissen about the St. John Passion, including how we as modern listeners can and should grapple with the controversial—some would say anti-Semitic—texts. Marissen is the the Daniel Underhill Professor Emeritus of Music at Swarthmore College and the author of Bach & God as well as other scholarly investigations into the culture and history surrounding music of the baroque.