Tokyo Baroque Scholars 16th Concert "John Passion" is Musical show Classic music event held in Japan.
Hiroshi Misawa, who leads the choir world inside and outside as the chief choir conductor of the New National Theater, sings dramatically what Bach wanted to draw with this song while singing the “John Passion”, which is said to be the masterpiece of Bach. .
In addition, the expressive power full of the power of crowd chorus. A pearly aria in your heart. Anyway, I'm just talking about Bach's overwhelming ability as a dramatic car. Moreover, his love that believed in God and believed in humans has spread throughout all these expressions. ~ From Hiroshi Misawa's "To John Passion" ~
Tokyo Baroque Scholars (abbreviated as TBS), conductor Hiroshi Misawa, with JS Bach as the core, realized his thoughts on Bach and formed a network with individuals and organizations who love Bach It is an organization launched in January 2006.
In addition to holding concerts, through our own activities such as lectures, we will deepen our understanding of Baroque vocal music and choral works centered on Bach and other related art, and live in the 21st century "now" We pursue Bach for.
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