Bach’s Lunch
Bach’s Lunch is a longstanding tradition at Starmount. Each March since 1985, to celebrate the birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach (March 21), Starmount presents a week of concerts by some of our community’s most gifted musical artists. Concerts begin at 12:15 p.m. and last approximately 30 minutes.

Bach’s Lunch is Starmount’s gift to our community free of charge. For those who wish to help support the program, there is an opportunity to contribute via a free will offering after each program.

For a taste of past concerts, click on the videos below to watch our virtual offerings from 2021 Bach’s Lunch.

Monday, March 15
Elektra Winds: 
Laura Dangerfield Stevens, flute; Anna Lampidis, oboe;
Eileen Young, clarinet; Amber Spuller, bassoon
Elektra Winds Program

Tuesday, March 16
Dederer, organ
Chris Dederer Program

Wednesday, March 17
Jeanine Wynton,
violin; Grace Anderson, cello
Jeanine Wynton & Grace Anderson Program

Thursday, March 18
Grace Wepner
Ludtke, harp; Ricardo Gil, flute; Annah Oh, piano
Grace Ludtke, Ricardo Gil, Annah Oh Program

Friday, March 19
Judith Saxton,
trumpet; Allison Gagnon, piano
Judith Saxton & Allison Gagnon Program

We will send out emailed reminders to folks who have attended previous Bach’s Lunch events and provided their contact information. If you’d like to be added to this list, please contact the church. We also encourage you to follow our Facebook page or YouTube channel to keep up with Bach’s Lunch premieres.

If you enjoyed our virtual event, please consider contributing to support future Bach’s Lunch events.
Click here to give online! 

Other Special Concerts
Throughout the year, Starmount is host to various concerts. In the past these have included: Weaver Chorale, High Point University Chamber Singers, UNC-G Chamber Singers, Greensboro College Chamber Singers, Grimsley Madrigals, Bel Canto Company, Eastern Music Festival Chamber Series, Market Street Brass, Hope College Chapel Choir, and composer-led workshops and services by Mary McDonald, Craig Courtney and Joseph Martin