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We were disappointed that the famed boys choir was on vacation but a local recommended that we attend the 6 pm Friday service anyway as the non-resident choir was good. The queue for the service was already forming at 5.15pm. The service was free but...More
Thomaskirche is a beautiful church in downtown Leipzig. It is very close to the train station. Aside from being of historical interest, it as a pace where Johann Sebastian Bach led the famed Boys Choir for thirty years, where he wrote about one cantata week...More
To be at this very special place - to meet the Man, and sit and reflect on his prodigious talent in the very place where he lived and worked, and his immense contribution to the world of Music - words fail me. Herr Bach -...More
We visited Thomaskirche twice -- the first time there was a beautiful choir practice and the second time an organist was playing. The acoustics are amazing. We paid our respects at the Bach's grave. Photos are not permitted but it seems a lot of folks...More
While St Thomas's isn't stunning to look at, the grave of Johann Sebastián Bach is located at the side of the altar. This church costs €220,000 per year to maintain and the organ sounds amazing. Each night at 7pm there is a Bach recital outside...More