If you’re going to be in or near Winter Park, Florida, on Sunday afternoon, I’ll be making a public appearance at Rollins College under the auspices of Winter Park’s Bach Festival.
Quoth the press release:
Join us for a lively discussion about the work and legacy of J.S. Bach with guest scholar Dr. Christoph Wolff, conductor Dr. John Sinclair, and Wall Street Journal arts writer Terry Teachout.
I’d say that’s straightforward enough!
For those not in the know, Dr. Wolff is one of the world’s great Bach scholars, Dr. Sinclair is the chairman of the music department at Rollins and the Bach Festival’s head honcho, and I’m…well, me. I’ll be moderating the chat, and I promise to keep things both lively and fully accessible to the interested layman.
The program starts at one p.m. in the Galloway Room of the Cornell Campus Center. Admission is free, but you have to reserve a seat in advance by calling 407-646-2182. You can also order a box lunch (I’m having one).
For more information, go here.