The 2017 Arizona Bach Festival has started! Tickets the two remaining concerts are still available for purchase online or can also be purchased at the events. We'll be posting video clips, event invitations, and more on our Facebook page, so be sure to visit the page, "Like" it, and share it with your friends. We have also updated our online donation form, and our credit-card processor will waive all fees on the first $15,000 charged by our ticketing and donation system, so 100% will go to support the Festival.

Here are the dates, artists (more about the artists), and venues for the 8th annual Festival:

Saturday, Jan. 14   7:30 pm   (pre-concert lecture 6:30)
Grammy Winning Guitarist Jason Vieaux in recital
Central United Methodist Church – 1875 N. Central Ave, Phoenix AZ

Sunday, Jan. 15   3:00 pm   (pre-concert lecture 2:00)
Stunning young organist Michael T.C. Hey in recital
All Saints’ Episcopal Church – 6300 N. Central Ave, Phoenix AZ

Sunday, Jan. 22   3:00 pm   (pre-concert lecture 2:00)
Innovative pianist Kimiko Ishizaka in recital
Central United Methodist Church – 1875 N. Central Ave, Phoenix AZ

Sunday, Jan. 29   3:00 pm   (pre-concert lecture 2:00)
String Quartet from the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra presents
Bach's contrapuntal masterpiece: The Art of the Fugue
All Saints’ Episcopal Church – 6300 N. Central Ave, Phoenix AZ

As with all performing arts organizations, our ticket sale proceeds cover only part of our operating expenses. We are very thankful that our patrons and supporters are willing to invest in what we do by making tax-deductible donations to our Festival. Please visit the Support Us page for details.

The Festival is featured is a new mobile app from Classical Arizona PBS! Click here for links to install the app and also be sure to "Like" Classical Arizona PBS on Facebook.

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Painting by Josefien Stoppelenburg

Painting by Josefien Stoppelenburg

J.S. Bach's signature