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Etz Chaim Synagogue is a smaller venue than St. Luke’s Cathedral. This concert, always held on the Thursday of our concert series week, ALWAYS sells out.
– Sonata No. 6 for Violin and Obbligato Harpsichord in G Major, BWV 1019
– Ricercar a Trois from “The Musical Offering,” BWV 1079
– Trio Sonata G major, BWV 1038
– Ich folge dir gleichfalls (from St. John Passion, BWV 245)
– Ich will dich all mein Leben lang (from Sei Lob und Her dem höchsten Gut, BWV 117)
– Gottes Engel weichen nie (from Man singet mit Freuden vom Sieg, BWV 149)
– Erbarme dich (from St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244)
Following the concert, there will be a three-person panel discussion on Anti-Semitism: then and now. This panel consists of Christoph Wolff, professor and Bach historian; Allan Kozinn, author and journalist; and Rabbi Gary Berenson from Etz Chaim Synagogue.