Thanksgiving at ABS


As we get set to begin another outstanding year of American Bach Soloists concerts, the 25th consecutive concert season since the group was founded in 1989, we at ABS would like to send a heart-felt thanks to all who have supported ABS over the years. We would also like to thank all those newcomers who will join us for their first ABS event in December at our presentations of Handel’s Messiah at Grace Cathedral and the ABS Christmas Concert at St. Stephens Church in Belvedere. Thank you!

Since the beginning, ABS Artistic and Music Director Jeffrey Thomas has consistently brought together the best singers and instrumentalists of the early music world to perform the extraordinary works of J.S. Bach, his contemporaries, and several composers who influenced or were inspired by Bach’s profound artistic creations. ABS’s magnificent performances are made possible through the generous support of the members of the ABS family: you! Through donations, ticket purchases, volunteerism, and general interest in our activities, you have made it possible for ABS to achieve the goal of presenting only the best in Baroque performance year after year. We are grateful for all you do for ABS.

We look forward to seeing you during the coming all-Bach season of 2014. Subscriptions are still available for all four of our venues: Belvedere, Berkeley, San Francisco, and Davis. Subscribers enjoy the best ticket prices and many exclusive benefits. If you or someone you know would like to subscribe to the American Bach Soloists 2014 all-Bach series, please visit our website, or call the ABS office at (415) 621-7900.

The ABS offices will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday from 12:00 pm on Wednesday, November 27 through Sunday, December 1. Tickets for ABS’s presentations of Handel’s Messiah at Grace Cathedral may be purchased at any time through our website: Wishing you all the best for the Thanksgiving holiday and we look forward to seeing you in December and in the New Year ahead.