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Early Morning Thoughts on Bach With Yehuda Hanani
Early Morning Thoughts on Bach
Bach as a springboard and gateway to thoughts on the paradox and challenge of the “historically correct” approach to music, art and theater—reproduction vs. recreation. There will be examples from architecture, sculpture, approaching Shakespeare, etc.

This event is open to the public to observe for FREE. All High Peaks Festival presentations can be accessed on Zoom. Registration is required (and is very easy). You do not have to have the Zoom app in order to attend; you can attend via a web browser. However, for the best experience, we recommend that you download and/or update the app on your computer, tablet or phone. Please consider supporting the Berkshire High Peaks Festival and our mission at Close Encounters With Music by donating: http://berkshirehighpeaksmusic.org/support.htmlvery easy). You do not have to have the Zoom app in order to attend; you can attend via a web browser. However, for the best experience, we recommend that you download and/or update the app on your computer, tablet or phone. Please consider supporting the Berkshire High Peaks Festival and our mission at Close Encounters With Music by donating: http://berkshirehighpeaksmusic.org/support.html

Jul 30, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Berkshire High Peaks Festival: Music With Altitude
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