The Taylor Festival Choir collaborates with the Charleston Symphony and the College of Charleston Madrigal Singers in a performance J.S. Bach’s magesterial Mass in B-minor. Completed in 1749, one year before Bach’s death, the work was never heard in its entirety in Bach’s lifetime, and its first documented complete performance was not until 1859. Since then, the B-minor Mass has come to be regarded by many as not only Bach’s greatest work, but possibly the greatest single composition of all-time. This performance celebrates conductor Rob Taylor’s 20th year as Director of Choral Activities at the College of Charleston!