Classical: Johann Sebastian Bach "Passion according to John 'Pablo Cesar Bustos and J. Hudson (pictured) will perform with a professional ensemble. "No matter whom you believe, the music will affect you on many levels as possible ', explains the tenor Pablo Cesar Bustos, who will vote in the greatest evangelist the creation of Johann Sebastian Bach's "Passion According to St. John ', which was written by him in 1724. This part, which has been taken from the Bible, Luther was first performed in German Church of St. Nicholas in Leipzig on Good Friday.
These sacred chronicle of his arrest Jesus in Gethsemane and on the conspiracy to the charges against him and to insist on his crucifixion by allowing The concepts of Pilate. Bach went on to study 'The Passion According to St. John' to 1749, almost until his death. 'The new version of the chorus is the rapid onset, which displays a sinister, interesting, and is proportional to the dramatic image of the painting, Unlike the original. Voice of the Evangelist, also shows the endurance to go on their own throughout the show. This is the strongest and most challenging role, given the volume and complexity of the music ', enthusiastically says Bustos. Bustos, Born in Chile, the director of music ministries and organist at Reformation Lutheran Church, said that his statement and understanding of Bach's music as a historical, reflecting the events described in the Bible, helps him in his personal Bible studies. 'I am willing to develop themselves physically, vocally and emotionally for etogo' says Bustos.
The role of the protagonist plays baritone John Hudson. 'The words that I say, an image which I show the person- all play a vital role in the lives of many people, despite the fact that Opera is not usually characteristic 'says Hudson. 'Baroque musical style – it's an emotional image transmission through the beautiful arias and enchanting choir '. It is also involved in the play: Phillips (soprano), Megan Bertie and Ashley Hill (alto), Matthew Valverde (tenor), Harris and Thomas Ipok Lehmann (bass), and Takeo have 18 votes to accompany singers. 'There was not much in the passions Rochester, as it was about eight years ago, "shares his thoughts Weinert. 'It's the biggest job we have just carried out. " Weinert modeled the concept of matching substrings and vote with their professional Chamber Choir, which, as he claims, comes to life in various communities in the country the last 15 – 20 years. 'I was amazed that nobody has done this before, and I thought it would be brilliant and talented, "says Weinert. 'Our vision is the rehearsal concert on 3-5 times a week. Bustos and Hudson met at the Eastman School about ten years ago and sang together in the plays. Hudson decided that he could not miss such an opportunity, to give audience to hear 'The Passion of St. John '. 'You should hear the music of Bach, because it is made very well, "says Hudson. 'It takes two hours, but you get the incomparable experience of listening. " Bustos is taking another step forward: 'Indeed, it is important to create something similar to try and experience this level of music in a concert performance, as well as a religious experience. "