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  • A Message from our Executive Director

    Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Joyous Kwanza, and Happy New Year! Whether you celebrate some, all, or none of these, we at American Bach Soloists want you to know that we celebrate you this holiday season and beyond. That’s because over … Continue reading →

  • Interview with Jeffrey Thomas about performing Messiah

    We posed a few questions to ABS Music Director Jeffrey Thomas about the joys and challenges of his annual preparations and performances of Handel’s Messiah. Here are a few of his very interesting illuminations: 1. Given the opportunity to perform this … Continue reading →

  • Charitable IRA Rollovers

    Did you know that you can make a tax-free charitable gift to ABS directly from your IRA? That’s right – since you don’t report this as income, there is no tax! The amount goes against your taxable income, so you … Continue reading →

  • Soloist Cherishes Her Messiah Debut with American Bach Soloists

    American contralto Emily Marvosh—recognized for her “sterling voice” and “graceful allure”—will make her debut appearance with American Bach Soloists in Handel’s Messiah this December in Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. The Boston-based contralto is no stranger to Handel’s magnum opus: “Messiah … Continue reading →

  • Fanfare Magazine Interviews Jeffrey Thomas and Praises Messiah Film

    Fanfare Magazine, a publication for serious record collectors and music enthusiasts, recently interviewed our own Jeffrey Thomas and reviewed our Blu-ray™ and DVD video recording of “Handel’s Messiah in Grace Cathedral.” To read the article in its entirety, followed by a review of … Continue reading →

  • San Francisco’s Proposition S Funds the Arts!

    Vote YES on Prop S American Bach Soloists does not enter the political arena very often, but this election cycle we have an opportunity to increase funding for the arts in San Francisco. Proposition S, the Allocation of Hotel Tax … Continue reading →

  • Baroque Violinist Tekla Cunningham Will Give Free ABS Master Class On Monday February 6th

    The first in the 2017 series of American Bach Soloists Free Master Classes will take place next Monday on February 6th at 7:30 p.m. in the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak Street at Van Ness. We asked Tekla … Continue reading →

  • Academy Alumnus STEVEN BRENNFLECK Makes His ABS Debut in “A WEEKEND IN PARIS” February 10-13

    Our next concert set features the ABS debut of Steven Brennfleck, a much sought after tenor and haute-contre. An alumnus of the 2015 ABS Academy, Steven has performed at many of the country’s premier venues, including Carnegie Hall and Tanglewood. … Continue reading →

  • ABS Berkeley Concerts Moved Across the Street to First Presbyterian Church for 2017

    As you may know, our Berkeley home, First Congregational Church, suffered extensive fire damage last fall and the groups who use the facility to perform concerts have been looking for temporary homes for the 2017 season. Many people, including the … Continue reading →

  • The Florence Gould Foundation Awards $20,000 Grant To ABS

    American Bach Soloists has been awarded a grant of $20,000 from The Florence Gould Foundation in support of our February 2017 concert set, “A Weekend in Paris.” The Florence Gould Foundation, which was founded in 1957 by Florence Gould, daughter-in-law … Continue reading →

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