2021 Bach Festival – September 16th – 19th

Come celebrate the 2021 Season of the Lexington Bach Festival!

page-bach-festivalThe Lexington Arts Council will host the annual Lexington Bach Festival, a week-long event that features the music of J.S. Bach and other composers influenced by Bach.

Advance ticket purchase is recommended. See events below for ticket information.

Most performances will be held at the:
Ave Maria Parish of Lexington
(the former St. Denis Catholic Church)
5366 Main St.
Lexington MI, 48450


2021 Lexington Bach Festival Program Schedule & Tickets



Complete Concert Series – 2021 Lexington Bach Festival

September 16th-19th, 2021
Location: SC4, Port Huron & Ave Maria Parish of Lexington
Price: $65 (save $10!)
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Lexington Bach Festival String Quartet

Thursday, September 16th, 2021 – Noon & 7pm
Location: St. Clair County Community College Fine Arts Theatre – 323 Erie Street, Port Huron
Price: Free


Mark Markham, Pianist: Dances and Improvisations

Friday, September 17th, 2021 – 7pm
Location: Ave Maria Parish of Lexington
Price: $25
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Axiom Brass Quintet: The Splendor of Brass

Saturday, September 18th, 2021 – 7pm

(Pre-Concert Talk at 6:15pm)
Location: Ave Maria Parish of Lexington
Price: $25
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Leah Crocetto & Mark Markham: An American Voice

Sunday, September 19th, 2021 – 4pm

(Pre-Concert Talk at 3:15pm)
Location: Ave Maria Parish of Lexington
Price: $25
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For an in-depth look at the festival, including music selection and featured artists, please visit its official page at: www.lexingtonbachfestival.org

Regarding Infectious Diseases

Lexington Bach Festival is committed to following CDC and State of Michigan guidelines regarding health advisory policies.

Attendees voluntarily assume all risks associated with attending a Lexington Bach Festival event including the risk of exposure to communicable diseases, viruses, bacteria, or illnesses which may cause sickness. By attending a Lexington Bach Festival event, attendees waive all potential claims relating to such risks. Although the Lexington Bach Festival is taking precautions and measures to protect the health of our artists and attendees an inherent risk of exposure to infectious disease and COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are gathered.

​By attending, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to infectious disease.

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