April 12, 2017

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Three-year-old Jayden Salsman of Worcester was all decked out in his Easter best for his visit with Caring Bunny at Auburn Mall.

Music Worcester to host series of concerts in Salisbury Street Cultural District

Music Worcester brings BACHFEST, a series of five events over four days (April 20-23), to the cultural facilities of the newly designated Salisbury Cultural District in Worcester.

Connected by the music of J.S. Bach, these performances feature world-renowned instrumentalists Christian Tetzlaff, Sergey Antonov, Pamela Frank and Ilya Yakushev, and acclaimed vocal ensembles CONCORA and The Worcester Chorus.

While one event is sold out, and one event is accessible through regular admission to the Worcester Art Museum, the remaining events still have tickets available, with youth tickets (18 & under) at $7.50.

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