Concert Calendar

Our Sunday concert format:

  • Doors open at 3:00 pm; Music starts at 4:30 pm
  • Two one-hour sets with intermission, ends at approximately 7:00 pm
  • Catered meals, small plates, and bar available 3:00-6:00 pm
  • Advance online ticketing available through Saturday
  • Tickets sold only at the door on Sunday (higher price than online)
  • All seats reserved, purchase early for best price and selection


The Bach 2017 Winter Series


SUNDAY JANUARY 29, 2017 @ 4:30PM

The Berkeley-based 17-piece Morchestra jazz orchestra appears in concert with special guest vocalist Nicolas Bearde. A jazz singer of remarkable depth, range and technique, Nic has won acclaim from critics and jazz audiences worldwide for his 'buttery baritone' and imaginative interpretations. With Nic, the group will spotlight some of Billy Eckstine's classic numbers, blues, ballads, and beguines! The band will also dip into its repertoire of atmospheric jazz originals, Brazilian tunes, and familiar jazz standards.


Advance ticketing: Adults $45/35, Students $25 (25 & under with ID);
Door: Adults $50, Students $30


SUNDAY FEBRUARY 12, 2017 @ 4:30PM

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NEWS on February 12th concert: Donny McCaslin and his band were invited to represent David Bowie’s Blackstar at the Grammys that same night. This is a huge honor and we hope to see Donny onstage to accept the Grammy!

Ticket holders have been notified of their options.

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Saxophonist Donny McCaslin and his band, featured on David Bowie’s Blackstar, recently released Beyond Now, an album dedicated to Bowie. Recorded nearly three months after Bowie’s passing, the project is deeply influenced by their extraordinary experience collaborating with one of the greatest artists of all time on his final album. Described by the Ottawa Citizen as, “the Sonny Rollins of his generation,“ Donny McCaslin is a GRAMMY® nominated saxophonist and composer who has inspired a new generation of performers. Don’t miss out on what the New York Times dubbed, “David Bowie’s Last Band.”

Donny McCaslin – Tenor Sax; Jason Lindner – Piano; Tim Lefebvre – Bass; Mark Guiliana – Drums



SUNDAY FEBRUARY 19, 2017 @ 4:30PM

Experience counts, especially in Jazz. With nearly 10 years together, this exciting all-star septet summons up an aggressive mid-1960’s spirit with a potent collection of post-bop originals with the killer instincts and pyrotechnic playing expected of the heaviest hitters on the scene today. With more than 250 years combined jazz experience and over 1000 recordings, each member of the Cookers is a bandleader in his own right. "Player for player, there’s no better working band in jazz than The Cookers." – Andrew Gilbert, The Boston Globe 

Billy Harper – Tenor Sax; Eddie Henderson – Trumpet; David Weiss – Trumpet; Donald Harrison – Alto Sax; George Cables – Piano; Cecil McBee – Bass; Billy Hart – Drums


Advance ticketing: Adults $45/35, Students $25 (25 & under with ID);
Door: Adults $50, Students $30


SUNDAY FEBRUARY 26, 2017 @ 4:30PM

GRAMMY® award-winning Nicholas Payton had a full schedule in 2016: a nationwide tour, putting the finishing touches on Textures, his fifth release for his very own label, Paytone Records, as well as producing and arranging Jane Monheit’s latest project, The Songbook Sessions: Ella Fitzgerald. This multi-instrumentalist, composer, and arranger spans a multitude of musical genres and is credited on over 120 recordings. With solos that have a genre-defying style at the center of his music making, Nicholas’s trio is sure to deliver a memorable show!

Nicholas Payton – Trumpet and Keyboards; Braylon Lacy – Bass; Joe Dyson – Drums


Advance ticketing: Adults $45/35, Students $25 (25 & under with ID);
Door: Adults $50, Students $30


SUNDAY MARCH 5, 2017 @ 4:30PM

The Miguel Zenón Quartet closes our Winter series on the heels of their 10th album release, Tipico, which celebrates Zenón’s long standing Quartet with Latin American influences and Caribbean cadences. A multiple GRAMMY® nominee and Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow, Zenón has developed a unique voice as a composer and as a conceptualist, concentrating his efforts on perfecting a fine mix between Latin American folkloric music and jazz. We welcome Miguel and his Quartet back to the Bach!

Miguel Zenón – Alto Saxophone; Luis Perdomo – Piano; Hans Glawischnig – Bass; Henry Cole – Drums


Advance ticketing: Adults $45/35, Students $25 (25 & under with ID);
Door: Adults $50, Students $30



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