Bach’s St. John Passion 300 Year Anniversary

First performed 300 years ago on Good Friday, April 7, 1724, the St. John Passion is renowned for its dramatic choruses, expressive arias, and compelling narrative. It sets text from the Gospel of John, chapters 18 and 19, composed in two parts: Part I ends with Peter’s denial of Jesus, and Part II concludes with Christ’s burial.

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Performed by:

  • Duke Chapel Evensong Singers
  • Duke Chapel Schola Cantorum
  • Mallarmé Music
  • Philip Cave, conductor
  • James Reese, Evangelist
  • Molly Quinn, soprano
  • Harrison Hintzsche, bass
  • Charlie Moore, Christus
April 7, 2024 4:00 pm Venue: Duke University Chapel