Introducing Alfred Calabrese, Music Director
Like many great Bach Societies before it, the Denton Bach Society began as labor of love for both the music of the Baroque Era in the Western Classical canon, and for the community of its members', then a small North Texas hometown.
In the four decades since, the town has grown but that same passion continues - drawing music-loving members and audiences from all corners of the Greater Denton area, and exhibiting a quality of performance not often attributed to community ensembles.
Coinciding with the its 40th Anniversary, the Denton Bach Society is pleased to introduce Alfred Calabrese as its third Music Director, succeeding Hal Gibbons.
Announcing the 2017 Young Musicians Competition › April 8, 2017
We invite the leaders of regional instrumental and vocal studios to encourage their students to apply! Two awards will be administered by a professional panel of judges between an Instrumental and Vocal division, and the venue for competition will again be within the University of North Texas College of Music. Have your students join us for this wonderful opportunity! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Singet! Jubilieret! | December 10, 2016
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The Denton Bach Society is proud to have offered the Greater Denton area over 40 years the world's finest music. We look forward to continued fulfillment of our mission; providing opportunities for the people of our community to organize and attend local performances of the greatest choral and instrumental music of the Western tradition.
If you, too, are proud that Denton has such an organization, please consider supporting the Society.
The Denton Bach Society is generously supported by the following organizations: