Bach's Lunch
Virtual Chamber Music Festival

Sending Love from NYC
featuring co-artistic director Stephanie Jutt, flute

Turnabout is fair play! Jeffrey gets his chance to interview Stephanie. We hear all about how she's fairing in NYC including her dance, opera, music, and book recommendations. We'll also learn about her foreign language practice and her newest series, "Concerts in the Stairwell."

A special thanks to Evan Richards for helping us put these videos together and managing our YouTube channel.
J.S. Bach: Sonata in A minor, BWV 1013 III. Sarabande IV. Bourrée Anglaise
For your main course, Stephanie would like to add this first movement from Theodore Dubois' Poemes Virgiliens , from the 2018 season, for the sheer beauty of its elegiac melody, its fairytale quality, and the essential sound of the flute.

And for dessert...this sparkling last movement of a Mozart Quartet, from the 2016 season.
Theodore Dubois: Poemes Virgiliens , 1. Daphnis, performed by Stephanie Jutt, flute, and Jason Kutz, piano, in 2018. Recorded by Dave Alcorn.
W. A. Mozart: Flute Quartet in C Major, K.570, arranged by Robert Stallman, performed by Stephanie Jutt, flute; Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, violin; Sally Chisholm, viola; Kenneth Olsen, cello,
in Madison, in 2016. Recorded by Evan Richards.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at noon, throughout the month of June
We are channeling the Inextinguishable Flame of BDDS to bring you a fabulous virtual festival entitled Bach's Lunch .

Our Bach’s Lunch Bento Bachs includes:
• a performance of a short solo work by JS Bach, recorded live in the artist’s living room, just for this series
• a brief interview with the artist, led by Stephanie and Jeffrey
• an archived performance from seasons past featuring the artist
• a little dessert

Next up: Adrian Morejon on Saturday, June 20.

We'd love to hear what you think, and even more than that, we'd love to hear what questions you might have for these artists! Get your questions to Samantha by clicking here and we'll slip them into our interviews if we can and enter you in our couch prize drawing!
Our virtual festival is FREE and you are welcome to share it widely. If you are able, we invite you to make a donation to ensure BDDS will come back strong in 2021.
Questions? Email or call BDDS 608.255.9866

We are doing our best to support one another during this crisis and we thank you for your support and kind thoughts.

Samantha Crownover | Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society | 608.255.9866 |