Established in 1985, The Broadway Bach Ensemble is a 45-piece community chamber orchestra made up of dedicated musicians from many professions who, quite simply, like to make and perform great music together. Our members take their playing seriously. Quite a few have played professionally, and most actively study and are coached in chamber music.
We perform three concerts a year in New York City – a fall concert in October, a winter concert in February, and a spring concert in May.
Our programs are varied and diverse, spanning the 17th through 21st centuries. For samples of past concert programs, see our past programs page.
We have a eight-person Board of Directors that manages the orchestra. Besides deciding on concert dates, programs and policy – and working on concert production – each of our board members also has specific functions and responsibilities. They are:
Nancy Dunetz, string coordinator, mailing list
Norma Kerlin, wind coordinator
Jack Levy, finance
Mike Tietz, music director
Tom McGee, webmaster
Jonathan Gordon, programs
Our Officers are:
Steve Loffredo, President
Nancy Dunetz, Secretary
Jack Levy, Treasurer
We are eager for your input and welcome your participation. If you’d like more information, are interested in playing or helping with our 2005-2006 season, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join our mailing list — we’ll send e-mail reminders before each of our concerts!
The Broadway Bach Ensemble is sponsored by and operated under the auspices of The Broadway Bach Ensemble, Ltd., a tax-exempt New York non-profit corporation. The Ensemble has been recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organization.