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​​The Texas Bach Festival gratefully acknowledges the support of the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board.

​​​Dr. Barry Scott Williamson, Founder and Artistic/Executive Director

​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 and DVDs (link)  and/or tuning into TBF’s YouTube page (link) .

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2023 "Resound, You Songs" Festival a Resounding Success!

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TBF Seeks a New Executive Director

TBF announces its search for a part time Executive Director.  If you have a passion for the music of J.S. Bach and the Baroque along with the qualifications and experience outlined below, we hope you will tender an application.  For details, click the link.

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​​The Texas Bach Festival’s 2023 “Resound, You Songs!” Festival wrapped up on July 25 with the TBF Choir and Camerata Orchestra presenting an encore performance of Bach sacred cantatas at St. Martin’s Lutheran Church in Austin.  Thanks and congratulations to all of our Board, performers, volunteers, donors and advertisers for working together to present such an amazingly transformative concert series ​in Georgetown, Liberty Hill and Austin!  With many extremely positive audience reviews, TBF keeps forming mutually close and supportive relationships with music lovers, donors and arts organizations throughout Central Texas.

Plans are already underway for TBF’s seventh annual festival in 2024, so stay “tuned in” for any upcoming announcements and updates.  If you are not already on our email database, please feel free to subscribe at for the “latest and greatest” concerning the Texas Bach Festival.

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 CST on KGTN 106.7 FM.  You can also listen online at 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.

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  • Listening with great pleasure, from New Zealand! Marvelous! 
  • Un concert éclatant!
  • Wonderful playing!
  • With all our Love from Italy Bravo Angelo Ferrari!!!!!!!!!!
  • Awesome! Happy birthday J.S. Bach!
  • Beautiful!
  • Glorious! This should have the 20M views! What a gift, thank you! Listening from New Zealand....
  • I liked the wisdom of this conductor. Using only 8 voices, no orchestra, only one piano, no organ, could perform most of the parts of the Passion. I sang this Bach work every year for more than 18 years, and that is my most loved baroque piece. Congratulations for all.
  • Exquisite!
  • Brilliant St. Matthew performance.
  • Can't wait for everything to fully reopen fully and full seating is doable.​​