The Bach Society of Minnesota encourages audience members to wear masks and be fully vaccinated.
We follow the protocols of the venues where its concerts are held as well as current CDC guidelines. Prior to each performance, please visit our website for the venue’s procedures.
Minnesota Bach Festival
NOW AVAILABLE: Check out the complete 2023 Mobile Mini-Concerts schedule! During the fourth week in May, Bach Society of Minnesota artists will perform one hundred concerts in various genres and locations throughout Minnesota. You may view and download the full schedule as a PDF or filter your search results to find the concerts nearest you. There's something for everyone!
May 24 – 28, 2023
Pics for Concert Tix
We’re inviting shutterbugs and pros to visit at least four concerts and take great pics, post them on Facebook or Instagram and tag @BachSocietyMN, or email to email@example.com by May 29. You will receive a pair of tickets to the concert of your choice in the 2023-2024 BSM concert series.
Enjoy Our Performances
from the Comfort of Your Home
Not able to join us in-person for a live concert? Check out our digital concerts!
Featured Livestream Concert:
C.P.E. Bach & J.S. Bach
May 19, 2023
Outside the Box Series
Marco Real-d’Arbelles, violin | co-creator
See More Perspective, MPC One, Loop Station 505, and Spoken Word
Elena Stabile & Katherine Parent, vocalists
Phillip Rukavina, lute & guitar
Rie Tanaka, piano
April 15, 2023, Saturday, 7:30 PM
Center for Performing Arts
3754 Pleasant Ave, Minneapolis
Tickets: Free will donation | Suggested: $25
Advance registration required, limited capacity
Mix Hip Hop and Baroque music in a program that explores what happens when the two genres cross each other’s borders.
Following the performance there will be a meet-and-greet with the artists, and a sampling of MaiBach beer crafted by event sponsor MetroNOME Brewery.
Seeds of Culture:
Baroque and Hip Hop in Conversation and Cross-Pollination
University of Minnesota Singers
Bach Society of Minnesota
Elena Bird & Christiana Howell, sopranos
Roy Heilman & Benjamin Wegner, tenors
Matthew Mehaffey, conductor
*Professor Kathy Saltzman Romey is not conducting this concert as planned due to an unexpected schedule change
April 2, 2023, Sunday, 4 PM | Ted Mann Concert Hall
Free and open to the public
Join the University Singers and members of Bach Society of Minnesota in a performance of Baroque splendor featuring Claudio Monteverdi’s ethereal 1610 Magnificat for six voices and continuo as paired with G. F. Handel’s celebratory Four Coronation Anthems for chorus and orchestra premiered at the coronation of King George II in 1727.