Bargemusic This Weekend

This Friday evening, July 15, at 8:00 Bargemusic presents W.T.F. Bach (perhaps a distant cousin to P.D.Q. Bach) playing on piano his own works, as well as those of someone (or some others) also named Bach. On Saturday evening, July 16 at 8:00 and on Sunday afternoon, July 17 at 4:00 Mark Peskanov on violin and Nina Kogan on piano will continue with part two of their series of concerts presenting all of Beethoven’s sonatas for violin and piano. Details for each concert and buy tickets here.

Saturday afternoon at 4:00 there will be a free, family oriented “Music in Motion” concert, co-sponsored by the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. Doors open at 3:45; first come, first seated.

Image of J.S. Bach playing electric bass:

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  • Andrew Porter

    I believe back then the electric guitars were erratically powered by stray lightning bolts…

  • StudioBrooklyn

    The instrument pictured is a six string electric bass. This is relevant because these sorts of instruments (basses exceeding five strings, sometimes with fanned frets and other eccentric features) are favored by prog rock and meta bassists, many of whom are heavily influenced by baroque music. So, good on whoever slapped the image together. ;)