Tuesdays With Thomas

Tuesdays With Thomas is a weekly web series of in-depth discussion with Bach Choir of Pittsburgh Artistic Director and Conductor Thomas W. Douglas on Bach Choir performances of the past, present, and future.

Have a question for Thomas?  Write to us at info@bachpgh.org 

May 26, 2020. This week, Bach Choir of Pittsburgh Artistic Director Thomas Douglas discusses the life and career of composer George Shearing while examining his choral composition It Was A Lover And His Lass, with lyrics from the works of William Shakespeare, and sung by the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh. From the 2019 concert William Shakespeare: If Music Be The Food Of Love.  Have a question for Thomas to be read in next week’s episode? Write to us at info@bachpgh.org or via Facebook messenger.

May 19, 2020. Today, Bach Choir of Pittsburgh Artistic Director Thomas Douglas, along with guest Polly McQueen, Bach Choir President, invite you to enjoy The Negro Speaks of Rivers, composed by Nancy Galbraith and inspired by the writing of Langston Hughes. From the concert Langston Hughes: Harlem’s Jazz Poet, February 2020, sung by the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh.

May 12, 2020. Today, Artistic Director and Conductor Thomas W. Douglas provides a preview of Frankenstein Reimagined; a new hip-hop, R&B musical accompaniment to the 1931 film Frankenstein, to be performed by the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh.

May 5, 2020. This week, Bach Choir of Pittsburgh Artistic Director Thomas W. Douglas invites you to enjoy Give Us Our Peace, composed by Rollo Dilworth and sung by the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, from the concert, Langston Hughes: Harlem’s Jazz Poet.

April 28, 2020.  Bach Choir of Pittsburgh Artistic Director and Conductor Thomas W. Douglas discusses the choral piece “Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bred.” Hear it here, sung by the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh from the Fall 2019 concert William Shakespeare: If Music Be The Food Of Love. Have a question for Thomas to be read in next week’s episode? Write to us at info@bachpgh.org or via Facebook messenger.