Long Beach Bach Festival

The Horizon Chamber Players led by music director Christian Campos return to the Long Beach Bach Festival to perform solo cantatas for soprano, baritone, oboe, and strings with guest soloists Kerrie Caldwell and Ian Walker.

PROGRAM
J.S. Bach, Der Friede sei mit dir, BWV 158
J.S. Bach, Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke, BWV 84
J.S. Bach, Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen, BWV 32

HORIZON CHAMBER PLAYERS
Christian Campos, conductor
Kerrie Caldwell, soprano
Ian Walker, baritone

Jennifer Lynn, violin I
Alexander Granger, violin II
Tim Richardson, viola
Mikala Schmitz, cello
Paul Sherman, oboe
Blake Howard, organ


Whittier College Bach Festival

The Horizon Chamber Players led by music director Christian Campos return to the Whittier College Bach Festival to perform solo cantatas for soprano, baritone, oboe, and strings with guest soloists Kerrie Caldwell and Ian Walker.

PROGRAM
J.S. Bach, Der Friede sei mit dir, BWV 158
J.S. Bach, Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke, BWV 84
J.S. Bach, Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen, BWV 32

HORIZON CHAMBER PLAYERS
Christian Campos, conductor
Kerrie Caldwell, soprano
Ian Walker, baritone

Jennifer Lynn, violin I
Alexander Granger, violin II
Tim Richardson, viola
Mikala Schmitz, cello
Sayuri Yamamoto, bass

Paul Sherman, oboe
Aurelien Eulert, organ


Long Beach Bach Festival

The Horizon Chamber Choir and Players return to the Long Beach Bach Festival for the fourth consecutive year. Horizon’s 2014 performance was an ear-opening experience, one of the best choral performances we’ve had around here for a long, long time. (Jim Ruggirello, Long Beach Grunion Gazette). This year’s program features three cantatas by J.S. Bach scored for choir, soloists,  oboes, strings, and organ. The concert is free to the public thanks to the generous support of the Long Beach Bach Festival and the Gordon A. Cain Foundation.

PROGRAM
J.S. Bach, Herr, wie du willt, so schicks mit mir (BWV 73)
J.S. Bach, Wer nur den lieben Gott läßt walten (BWV 93)
J.S. Bach, Schwingt freudig euch empor (BWV 36)

Mishkar Nuñez-Mejia, Amy Wang, violin
Nick Yee, viola
Leif Woodward, cello
Gabriel Golden, bass
Aki Nishiguchi and Rachel van Amburgh, oboe
Jaebon Hwang, organ

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Whittier College Bach Festival

The Horizon Chamber Players led by music director Christian Campos return to the Whittier College Bach Festival. Joined by Whittier College faculty soloists Danny Lozano (flute) and David Muller (bassoon), the ensemble presents a program featuring J.C. Bach’s majestic Bassoon Concerto, Telemann’s chamber masterwork Suite in a minor for flute and strings, along with a movement from J.S. Bach’s Ich habe genug with guest soloist, baritone David Castillo.

Horizon Chamber Players
Christian Campos, conductor
David Muller, bassoon
Danny Lozano, flute
David Castillo, baritone

Program
J.C. Bach, Bassoon Concerto in E-flat (C82288/4)
J.S. Bach, “Schlummert ein, ihr matten Augen” from Ich habe genug (BWV 82)
Georg Philipp Telemann, Suite in a minor for flute, strings, and continuo  (TWV 55:a2)

Tickets
$20 general admission. $15 for seniors. $5 for students.
Free to Whittier students, faculty, and staff.


The Fifth Anniversary Concert

Please note time and location change!

The Horizon Music Group presents the Horizon Chamber Choir in The Fifth Anniversary Concert, a program featuring motets by J.C. Bach and Claudio Monteverdi, along with three works by J.S. Bach. Led by conductor Christian Campos, the group explores short Baroque masterworks with the Argus Quartet and guests.

PROGRAM
J.C. Bach, Der Gerechte, ob er gleich zu zeitig stirbt
Claudio Monteverdi, Beatus vir (SV 268)
J.S. Bach, Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich (BWV 150)
J.S. Bach, Christ lag in Todesbanden (BWV 4)
J.S. Bach, Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (BWV 225)

PERSONNEL
Hayden Eberhart, Beth Peregrine, Anna Schubert, and Amelia Tobiason, sopranos
Eleni Pantages, Susie McDermid, Laura Smith, and Audrey Wiechman, altos
Gerald Craft, Jon Keenan, Ryan Tani, and Gregorio Taniguchi, tenors
Ryan Alvarez, Michael Bannett, Dylan Gentile, and Brett McDermid, basses


Long Beach Bach Festival

The Long Beach Bach Festival presents the Horizon Chamber Choir in Alpha & Omega, a program featuring motets by J.C. Bach and Claudio Monteverdi, along with three works by J.S. Bach. Led by conductor Christian Campos, the group explores short Baroque masterworks with the Argus Quartet and guests. Last year’s performance by the Horizon Chamber Choir at the Long Beach Bach Festival was an ear-opening experience, one of the best choral performances we’ve had around here for a long, long time. (Jim Ruggirello, Long Beach Grunion Gazette). Don’t miss what promises to be an exciting, free concert.

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PROGRAM
J.C. Bach, Der Gerechte, ob er gleich zu zeitig stirbt
Claudio Monteverdi, Beatus vir (SV 268)
J.S. Bach, Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich (BWV 150)
J.S. Bach, Christ lag in Todesbanden (BWV 4)
J.S. Bach, Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (BWV 225)

PERSONNEL
Hayden Eberhart, Beth Peregrine, Anna Schubert, and Amelia Tobiason, sopranos
Eleni Pantages, Susie McDermid, Laura Smith, and Audrey Wiechman, altos
Gerald Craft, Jon Keenan, Ryan Tani, and Gregorio Taniguchi, tenors
Ryan Alvarez, Michael Bannett, Dylan Gentile, and Brett McDermid, basses


Whittier College Bach Festival

Whittier College Bach Festival

The Horizon Chamber Players conducted by Christian Campos perform secular cantatas by J.S. Bach, including the popular “Coffee Cantata” (BWV 211). Joining the ensemble are sopranos Diana Newman and Amelia Tobiason, tenor Jon Lee Keenan, and world renowned baritone Rod Gilfry.

Music by J.S. Bach
Non sa che sia dolore (BWV 209)
“Schwingt freudig euch empor” (from BWV 36C)
Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht (“The Coffee Cantata”) (BWV 211)


Horizon Chamber Players
Christian Campos, conductor

Diana Morgan, flute
Mishkar Núñez-Mejía (concertmaster), Alex Granger, and Joo Lee, violin I
Hwi-Eun Kim, Rebecca Chung, and Emily Moore, violin II
Aaron Oltman and Nick Yee, viola
Peter Myers, cello
Thomas Harte, double bass
ChoEun Lee, harpischord