BATC on WORT!

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Want the inside scoop on this year’s BATC festival?

Tune in on Sunday Feb. 24 at 10 am Central to the Musica Antiqua show on WORT, Madison’s community radio station. Host Carol Moseson will interview BATC Artistic Director Marika Fischer Hoyt about the upcoming festival, who’s performing, who’s hosting, and what’s new, alternating with clips from the 2018 12-hour marathon concert.

You can check it out at 89.9 FM, or listen online from the link on their website at https://www.wortfm.org

The 12-Hour BATC Festival is Completely Filled!

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As of Friday, February 8, the Festival Schedule has filled up, with a wonderful cornucopia of Bach selections for the audience to enjoy.  Our musicians include young Suzuki violinists, professionals from the Madison Symphony, solo vocalists and choirs, adult amateurs, music clubs like the Winds of Southern Wisconsin and the Association of Church Musicians, and students and faculty from UW-Madison, UW- Whitewater, and UW-Stevens Point! The full schedule is posted on the ‘Festival Schedule’ page of our website HERE.

Early Music America Features BATC!

Screen Shot 2018-03-09 at 9.46.00 AM Early Music America, founder of Early Music Month, chose BATC for its first in a series of articles highlighting the many early music events happening across the country in March.  BATC is honored to receive such special recognition from this national organization, and thrilled to join musicians across the land in bringing early music into the forefront of public attention.

Click here for the EMA feature article, including a photo from the recent performance at the Chazen Museum of Art by Sonata à Quattro, BATC’s new Ensemble-In-Residence.

Announcing a Media Sponsor: WPR!

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Bach Around The Clock gratefully acknowledges the media sponsorship of Wisconsin Public Radio.  WPR, one of the premier sources, promoters, and supporters of classical music in the state of Wisconsin and beyond, has provided invaluable publicity, both on-air and online, for the upcoming festival.  Thank you, WPR, for helping get the word out about the year’s BATC, and for having first brought BATC to this state in 2010.