The 2021 Texas Bach Festival’s Bach 4 More concert series was an unqualified success - and, what’s more, it’s the remarkable gift of music that keeps ON giving!
We want to extend an enthusiastic THANK YOU and congratulations to our world class performing artists, our fabulous audience (both Central Texas and around the world),
Link to KGTN app
The Texas Bach Festival gratefully acknowledges the support of the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Cultural Division of the City of Austin
our amazing donors and Board of Directors and staff for making every scintillating moment of music making possible, forging memories that will last a lifetime.
AND, speaking of “the gift that keeps ON giving,” for the first time in 2021, TBF live-streamed its festival concerts with impressive results, gaining new viewers and fans around the world as well as giving Central Texans not yet wishing to venture out an opportunity to experience TBF’s rich and varied Bach 4 More concert offerings. Thus, anyone who may have missed organist David Polley, the Artisan Quartet, our mixed chamber music, tenor Angelo Ferrari or the TBF Choir’s transfixing presentation of the St. Matthew Passion can relive and enjoy these stunning performances as many times as desired - by turning to TBF’s YouTube channel (see YouTube link below).
Additionally, we invite everyone to use the “Donate” link below to make their invaluable contributions assisting TBF‘s continued offering of transformative live performance events for Central Texas music lovers through 2022 and beyond. Thank you for your investment in the Texas Bach Festival, and stay tuned for exciting 2022 Festival updates while still enjoying 2021 on our YouTube channel!
Link to Donate:
Link to Tune In App
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. You can also listen online at radiogeorgetown.org or on your Apple devices with our custom app. Android users can go to the Google Play store and get the Tune In App. Search for KGTN in the Tune In App.
Click the link below for your device.
Dr. Barry Scott Williamson, Founder and Artistic/Executive Director
2021 Bach 4 More Festival an Exhilarating Success!
Visit our Facebook page, "Like" Texas Bach Festival and view lifestream events!
Click the Facebook icon!
TBF Featured in
Williamson County Sun
Artistic Director Barry Scott Williamson and tenor Angelo Ferrari from a recent afternoon at 600 Degrees Pizzeria in Georgetown, where they met for an interview with the Williamson County Sun about Angelo’s June 26 concert together with pianist Rick Rowley for TBF’s Bach 4 More festival.
Angelo’s concert will be part of the five 2021 concerts TBF is presenting free of charge via livestream as a gift to Central Texas listeners and communities. The article appears in the Sunday, April 25 Wilcosun.
Click here to view livestream concerts or shows from the past!
Click the You Tube icon!
"Bach to the Future"
KGTN radio broadcast
TBF is thrilled to continue providing performance opportunities to students enrolled in the Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown.
The Texas Bach Festival desires to be a transformative source of comfort, peace and joy during these stressful and anxious times.
We offer the opportunity of bringing the beauty of TBF’s performances into your home by purchasing our CDs or DVDs (link) and to tune into our December 6 live-streamed performance “Serata Lirica,” featuring tenor Angelo Ferrari.