Bach in Brass

The Arizona Bach Festival celebrates its 11th anniversary season January 26 through February 9, bringing internationally renowned artists to perform Johann Sebastian Bach’s great masterpieces in Phoenix venues.

We hear more about the Bach Festival from Don Morse, Arizona Bach Festival board of directors president, and Joe Burgstaller, an Arizona State University professor of music who is called a “superstar” of the trumpet. Burgstaller also performs.

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Congressman Raul Grijalva

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Don Morse and Joe Burgstaller

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