"The star for me is the soprano Agnes Zsigovics - icily perfect in her grief in Zerfliesse... Don't miss Agnes - among the best ever." - David Stancliffe, Early Music Review, April 2012 "I was particularly impressed by Zsigovics' ringing and polished singing." - Philip A.

September 25, 2015. Performance at the Festival d'Ambronay, France.

The newly reconstructed St-Mark Passion (J.S. Bach), performed by Le Concert Etranger and directed by Itay Jedlin. The score to this Passion, which had mysteriously dissapeared with time, was first reconstructed in 2008 from a libretto discovered in Saint-Petersburg, revealing new information on its interpretation.

Two-to-a-part choir. Featuring a duet with Agnes Zsigovics on soprano.

March 29, 2015. Performance at Salle Bourgie, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

Les Idées heureuses, directed by Geneviève Soly, guest conductor Florian Heyerick. Cantatas for Palm Sunday and Easter. Himmelskönig, sei willkommen (BWV 182), Christ lag in Todesbanden (BWV 4), Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot (BWV 39).

Other Features

The Bach Choir of Bethlehem, founded in 1898, shares the joy of its annual Bach Festival with this short film made in May of 2014. As you enjoy this impressionistic film, let it transport you to the amazing experience of Bach in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Features Agnes Zsigovics, soprano.