The Lexington Bach Festival continues to bring classical music by composer J.S. Bach and composers influenced by Bach along with other performances to its charming village. It’s series of concerts feature gifted musicians performing the works of classical and contemporary composers.
The festival opens on Thursday in Port Huron's St. Clair County Community College with a varied program of music from Bach to light classics performed by the Festival String Quartet. On Friday, the festival moves to Lexington's Village Theatre where special guests Trio Phoenix will perform an evening of music for violin, cello and piano including works by by Bach, Beethoven, Rameau and Debussy. The Lexington Bach Festival culminates with the Festival Orchestra offering two concerts in St. Denis Catholic Church. Saturday evening's concert features J.S. Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 1, and music by Handel and Schubert, while Sunday afternoon's program features Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 as well as works by Rameau and Haydn.