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Bach Unplugged with James Tibbles at St Luke's, Remuera

Bach Unplugged with James Tibbles at St Luke's, Remuera


Be electrified as NZ Barok brings you Bach as you've never heard him before in a full programme of his timeless and moving works. At the Harpsichord James Tibbles, a leading player of historic keyboards, will bring all the intricacy, delicacy and beauty of Bach to life. And he'll be joined by SallyTibbles on the baroque flute for the orchestra's exquisite performance of Bach's masterwork Brandenburg 5.

NZ Barok plays with authentic instruments from the baroque period with gut strings and beautiful earthy tones. In an intimate venue with exquisite acoustics, audiences are promised a memorable performance of the finest works of a favourite composer.

Saturday 5 May - 7.30 pm : St Luke's Church, Remuera

Sunday 6 May - 2.00pm: St Luke's Church, Remuera.


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