Initiated in 2005, this free concert series was designed as a community and economic development initiative educating new audiences about Bach’s music. It includes seven performances throughout the year at Central Moravian Church in Bethlehem and three summer concerts at St. John’s Lutheran Church in downtown Allentown. Greg Funfgeld introduces each program with an engaging, informal talk. Bach at Noon has been a phenomenal success attracting audiences of all ages totaling more than 8,000 a year. A frequent response from audience members is, “This is such a blessing!”


We'll present taped performances in Central Moravian Church in downtown Bethlehem for the fall season.

Because of the restrictions on gathering crowds during the COVID-19 outbreak, these videotaped concerts will feature smaller ensembles of musicians and – unfortunately – we are unable to have an audience present.

These taped performances will be presented online on The Bach Choir’s YouTube channel and  Facebook page on January 19th as well as the 2nd Tuesday of February, March and April. 

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Bach at Noon

by The Bach Choir of Bethlehem


Initiated in 2005, this free concert series was designed as a community and economic development initiative educating new audiences about Bach’s music. It includes seven performances throughout the year at Central Moravian Church in Bethlehem and three summer concerts at St. John’s Lutheran Church in downtown Allentown. Greg Funfgeld introduces each program with an engaging, informal talk. Bach at Noon has been a phenomenal success attracting audiences of all ages totaling more than 8,000 a year. A frequent response from audience members is, “This is such a blessing!”


We'll present taped performances in Central Moravian Church in downtown Bethlehem for the fall season.

Because of the restrictions on gathering crowds during the COVID-19 outbreak, these videotaped concerts will feature smaller ensembles of musicians and – unfortunately – we are unable to have an audience present.

These taped performances will be presented online on The Bach Choir’s YouTube channel and  Facebook page on January 19th as well as the 2nd Tuesday of February, March and April.