Boulder Bach Festival presents FREE community events throughout the academic year.
Our education and community engagement events include public masterclasses, workshops, one-hour performances that include Q&A with the artists, and our Young Artist Competition in the Spring.
During our 2018-2019 season, BBF presented over 50 free events, engaging audiences of all ages and interests at venues including museums, galleries, libraries, schools, theaters, churches, senior living, and Dairy Arts Center.
Check this page frequently as we announce our free Out-of-the-Bachs concerts.
Zachary Carrettin appears alongside pianist Madoka Asari in "Bach Impressions," a program of Bach, Chopin, and Debussy, at The Academy. FREE
This event requires RSVP before September 1. Please email your interest in attending to firstname.lastname@example.org.
970 Aurora Ave., Boulder, CO 80302
31% of BBF audiences are youth and full-time students.
Due to our education and outreach events including BBF's out-of-the-Bachs concerts, 38% of our audiences attend concerts and events free-of-charge.
INTERESTED IN HAVING BBF ARTISTS VISIT YOUR SCHOOL?
CONTACT US AT email@example.com
ALL PRESENTATIONS ARE FREE TO THE SCHOOL PROGRAMS THANKS TO THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF BBF DONORS AND GRANTS.
BBF’s YouTube channel has more than 2,900 subscribers and 570,000 views, showcasing BBF performance in full pieces and movements as well as excerpts. During COVID-19 lockdowns, BBF artists presented Solace Sessions, offering the comfort of music during a time of pain and uncertainty. Building on that concept, World Bach Competition 2020 was held online, presenting Bach performances from 273 musicians in 39 countries on YouTube.