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CHARTER MEMBERS

SOPRANO

Roberta Chase-Borgatti

Karen Lewis

Adrienne Schram

Hanna Smith
Marla Sowers

Meg Stohlman

ALTO

Rebecca Abbott

Susan Carey

Adriane Hall

Micha Hughes

Shauntina Phillips

Diane Timmons

Nancy Vickers

TENOR

Tom Drury

John Linker

Doug Reynolds

Owen Sammons

Justin Welch

Whit Whitaker

BASS

John Campbell

Marlon Hurst

Enoch Jacobus

David Meade

Dan Rowland

Rick Stafford

John Stegner

Zach Ullery

Orchestra

VIOLIN

 

Ella Chang

Jane Lee

Kristin Pferfer

Gretchen Tucker

VIOLA

Karen Bottge

Lauren Nelson

Maria Valencia

CELLO

 

Nathan Jasinski

Andrea Kleesattel

FLUTE

Kathryn Waters

 

OBOE

Katherine Alberts

Kim Heersche

Elizabeth Young

BASSOON

Christine Carucci

TRUMPET

Julian Kaplan

Ryan Lehr

Jenny Brown

Eric Murine

TIMPANI

Brian Nozny

ORGAN

Clif Cason

Bob Kintner

John Linker

Rob Vanover

HARPSICHORD

Bob Kintner

John Linker

HISTORY

The Lexington Bach Choir was founded by Richard Sowers in 2007 while Dean of the AGO (American Guild of Organists). As leaders of the Lexington Chapter, Sowers, Marlon Hurst, and Clif Cason launched the first Bach Marathon, sponsored by the Guild. They programmed Bach cantata literature and formed a temporary ensemble of singers and orchestra players. From this, Sowers formed the Lexington Bach Choir and presented its first concert in November 2007. When Sowers became Director of Music for the Williamsburg UMC in Virginia, he asked Hurst to assume the role of Artistic Director in his stead.

 

Under Hurst’s outstanding leadership, the Lexington Bach Choir became a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization and subsequently, following the dissolution of the Louisville Bach Society, changed its name to the Kentucky Bach Choir with the intent to share Bach’s music with the greater Commonwealth beyond the Bluegrass region. To date, in addition to its regular concert performances in Lexington, the Kentucky Bach Choir has performed throughout the state in Louisville, Berea, Richmond, Danville, Paris, Frankfort, Williamsburg, and Maysville.

FALL 2007
SPRING 2008
FALL 2008
SPRING 2009

Easter Tidings, Spring 2008

Tates Creek Presbyterian Church