With more than 30 events, there’s something for everyone at Oregon Bach Festival!
Secure your seats today to the all-Bach concert in Silva Concert Hall featuring Monica Huggett. Or grab seats to the all-Mozart concert in Beall Concert Hall. Be part of history at the world premiere of The Passion of Yeshua from Grammy-nominated composer Richard Danielpour, and be awestruck by the phenomenal skill of pianist Simone Dinnerstein at the regional premiere of Piano Concerto No. 3 by Philip Glass.
Last year, the Paul Jacobs All-Bach Organ Recital sold out! Snap-up seats to his 2018 concert before it’s too late!
Mendelssohn’s Elijah will be the Festival finale conducted by the incomparable John Nelson, and Scott Allen Jarrett will lead you through Bach Cantata 77 and Bach Cantata 105 during the annual Discovery Series.
Looking for something different? The nation’s finest brass musicians visit Eugene when The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass comes to Soreng Theater. Simply Three will blow you away with their virtuoso string trio renditions of modern music from Adele, Gershwin, Michael Jackson, and more. And Imani Winds will make your ears, eyes, and heart soar as the Grammy-nominated wind quintet celebrates the bridges between American, European, African, and Latin American traditions. Plus, due to last year’s overwhelming popularity, we will once again present our “Inside the Music” insight brunch — focused on Mendelssohn’s Elijah — and the “Serenade” wine excursion. These premier events have extremely limited seating.
There’s so much to do at OBF this summer, and we hope you will join us. Purchase your tickets now!Buy Tickets View the Entire 2018 Season