Minnesota Public Radio Notes Tonight's DePauw Performance by Dale Henderson
August 31, 2016
"'It creates an almost sacred moment or experience for listeners,' cellist Dale Henderson told Luke Taylor in an interview about Bach in the Subways: Henderson's project to bring the music of Bach to public transit platforms around the world," reports Minnesota Public Radio today. (at right: Henderson presenting a "pop-up" concert at DePauw's Studebaker Administration Building yesterday)
Jay Gabler notes, "Bach in the Subways has taken place on the composer's birthday for each of the past several years, and now Henderson himself is heading out on a tour that will have him performing every one of Bach's compositions for cello. Today, Henderson is performing Bach's cello suites at DePauw University in Indiana; he'll next travel to Bloedel Reserve in Seattle, where on Sept. 4 he and pianist William Chapman Nyaho will play Bach's sonatas for viola da gamba and harpsichord."
Access the story here.
Henderson will perform tonight at 7:30 p.m. as part of the DePauw School of Music’s Faculty Select concert series at Music on the Square (21 N. Indiana). General admission is $10, with students, youth, and senior citizens admitted free. Learn more here.
Source: Minnesota Public RadioBack