Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata 140
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About the Event
The Kansas City Chorale presents an evening concert featuring one of Johann Sebastian Bach's most beloved works, Cantata 140: "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme" performed with chamber ensemble. Due to the weather conditions that are expected this weekend, this concert will now be performed in the Rolling Hills Presbyterian Church sanctuary. Attendance will be limited to 2/3rds of the sanctuary's capacity; masks are encouraged. Click below to RSVP for FREE!
In 1598, Lutheran pastor Philipp Nicolai composed hymn texts as he lay gravely ill during an outbreak of the plague in Unna, Germany that took the lives of over 1,300 residents. Against all odds, Nicolai recovered and penned "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme" - an expression of hope, which would later be immortalized in this cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach. As our community emerges from a global pandemic, the Chorale presents a concert of thanksgiving and remembrance with works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Imant Raminsh, Jennifer McMillan, and Kansas City's own Kurt Knecht.
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