Winston-Salem Symphony: St. John Passion

From November, 2011, a timely offering for the Easter holiday from the Winston-Salem Symphony with the Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale and guest soloists. Of Bach’s Passions for Holy Week the St. John is less-often performed because of its controversial text. Nevertheless, it’s widely acknowledged as a masterwork of the Western musical canon. 

 

Listen to the entire program: Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra & Chorale - St. John Passion





Billboard and introduction to Part 1 of St. John Passion - Lauren Rico





JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: Passion According to St. John, Part 1
Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra and Chorale
Robert Moody, Music Director and conductor
John McVeigh, The Evangelist
Laurence Albert, Jesus
Kathryn Mueller, soprano
Mary Gayle Greene, mezzo-soprano
Daniel Stein, tenor
Sidney Outlaw, baritone





Introduction to Part 2 of St. John Passion - Lauren Rico





JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: Passion According to St. John, Part 2
Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra and Chorale
Robert Moody, Music Director and conductor
John McVeigh, The Evangelist
Laurence Albert, Jesus
Kathryn Mueller, soprano
Mary Gayle Greene, mezzo-soprano
Daniel Stein, tenor
Sidney Outlaw, baritone





End of show - Lauren Rico