The Texas Bach Festival gratefully acknowledges the support of the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Cultural Division of the City of Austin
This one-of-a-kind choral event, led by TBF Artistic Director Barry Scott Williamson, provides registrants with a uniquely intimate musical, educational and social acquaintance with Handel’s most famous and beloved oratorio. Singers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome, without audition; we invite you to come and accomplish this unforgettable Messiah performance experience together!
TBF is thrilled to continue providing performance opportunities to students enrolled in the Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown.
December 6, 2020 show featuring
tenor Angelo Ferrari and
pianist Frankie Kelly
Don't miss TBF's exciting "Serata Lirica" concert at the Georgetown Library featuring world renowned tenor Angelo Ferrari and pianist Frankie Kelly at 3:00 pm on Sunday, December 6!
Listen in for great music along with enlightened discussion from TBF's Barry Scott Williamson. Listen live on your radio each Friday from 6-7 PM on KGTN 106.7 FM. Or download the "TuneIn" free app in any device's app store and search for "KGTN" in the app to enjoy the shows live there!
Texas Bach Festival Mission Statement
The mission of the Texas Bach Festival (TBF) is to champion and advance the great and timeless music of Johann Sebastian Bach and subsequent composers inspired by him in the Georgetown and greater Central Texas areas; and, by means of large- and small-scale performance, music education and outreach/collaborative events, to prolifically engage, inform and enrich citizens of all ages and the surrounding Arts community.
Bach’s sacred and secular compositions have been exponentially beloved worldwide by audiences and musicians for more than 300 years; it will be the ongoing privilege of TBF to passionately enrich the Georgetown / Austin / Central Texas cultural landscape with innovative programs and projects dedicated to "Bringing Bach to Life."
Dr. Barry Scott Williamson, Founder/Artistic Director
"Bach to the Future"
KGTN radio broadcast