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Hello, Mr. Bach!

David Chin, Founder, Artistic Director & Conductor, Bachfest Malaysia

12-May-23 14:00

Hello, Mr. Bach!

As the saying goes, get them when they're young, and Bachfest Malaysia - an organisation dedicated towards promoting the music of J. S. Bach in Malaysia and beyond through performance and education - are planning just that. The group are holding their first-ever family concert called Hello, Mr. Bach! which has been specially designed for children, where they will meet and interact with “Mr. Bach” through storytelling and live music performances. David who is the Founder, Conductor and Artistic Director of Bachfest Malaysia will be playing the titular role, and he joins us to share more.

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs

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Categories:  performing artsmusic

Tags:  hello mr bachbachfest malaysiajohann sebastian bachDavid Chinclassical music

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