The Bach Players

Marion Moonen - flute  Nicolette Moonen - violin 
Oliver Webber - violin  Anna Curzon - viola 
Kinga Gáborjáni - cello  Silas Wollston - harpsichord

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Please Note: Due to the current lockdown this concert by The Bach Players has been rescheduled to take place on Friday 9 July 2021 at 7.30pm in the Assembly Room. This falls during the Festival of Chichester and will be part of the Festival.

…the Bach Players shone in the Brandenburg when the leader Nicolette Moonen and flautist Marion Moonen duetted the radiant slow movement with transfixing musicality.

Early Music Today

The Bach Players are known for their engaging programmes of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century music. Founded in 1996 by Nicolette Moonen, the group’s artistic director, their main focus at first was on J.S. Bach’s sacred cantatas, performed with small forces. Gradually horizons were expanded to a broader picture of Bach’s time and the circumstances in which these pieces were composed. 

The Bach Players have toured widely in the UK, Ireland, and Europe.

A Feast of J S Bach

Bach  Orchestral suite no. 2 in B minor BWV 1067

Bach  Canons from the Goldberg Variations

Bach The Art of Fugue Nos. 1 - 4

Bach  Brandenberg No. 5

Chichester City Council are currently allowing a maximum of 34 people in the Assembly Room to accommodate social distancing. If you are not lucky enough to be able to get tickets for the Assembly Room, you can select the 'Live Streaming Tickets' option, to be able to view a live stream of the concert online. A link to the event will be emailed nearer to the concert date.

Tickets for a seat in the hall are £18,  and for the streamed concert £9.