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The new website

This replaces the website that we launched in September 2004. The old Bach Players website was designed and built by Ben Campbell, and, with various home-made extensions, it lived on for almost ten years.

The new website, designed and built by Lift, will work effectively on screens of any size. All the content from the old website is here, but is now easier to find: all the concerts, all the musicians who have played in The Bach Players, all the music played. In addition there are interviews, photos, and other documents. Our Twitter messages are here. These have tended to replace the news items (now gathered in the Journal). But now with a simple way of adding content, we expect the Journal entries to multiply.

For their contributions to the new website: thanks to Matt Carey and his colleagues at Lift, to Fred Smeijers and Corina Cotorobai of OurType for donating the Arnhem webfonts that you can see in use here.

Our next event

A Christmas present

Wednesday 10 December, 7.30 pm

Chester Music Society, Chester

Johann Sebastian Bach’s Musical Offering (BWV 1079) and festive music by Buxtehude and Telemann Find out more

Keeping in touch

Friends of the Bach Players

In 2008 we started a subscription scheme as a way of supporting the production of our CDs. Last year we renamed and formalized this as Friends of The Bach Players, reflecting the larger purpose of the scheme. By becoming a Friend, you support both the concerts and the recordings – costly operations that always need subsidy from somewhere, and for which it is increasingly difficult to find help from the Arts Council. You will also become part of a community of people who enjoy and support what we do.

To join the Friends of The Bach Players and receive a copy of our next CD: download this form

Join our mailing list

If you would like to receive emails about our concerts and recordings, click here

From the Journal

‘An Italian in Paris’ reviewed in Early Music Today

November 2014 – Reviews

Nicholas Anderson reviewed our CD ‘An Italian in Paris’ for Early Music Today. He gave it five stars out of five, and the disc is also named as the editor’s choice for this issue.

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