Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

A sizable crowd gathered for the classical music performed during the Bach's Lunch.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

A birds-eye view of 2L John Patrick Clayton and 1L Ji Won Kim.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

Attentive audience members.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

Prof. Ted Parson on cello, with 2L John Patrick Clayton and 1L Ji Won Kim in the background, performs a piece by Brahms.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

The expert playing of 2L John Patrick Clayton.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

2L John Patrick Clayton on piano, with 2L Andrew Kurland on vocals. Their selection was from Puccini.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

3L Benjamin Bodnar, the lone violinist, plays a selection from Brahms.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

1L Ji Won Kim performs a piece by Beethoven.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

An enthusiastic audience offers its appreciation.

Bach's Lunch November 3, 2011

1L Ji Won Kim gets a congratulatory hug after her performance.

DINING WITH BACH  Michigan Law's Classical Music Society served up works by Beethoven, Brahms, and Puccini during its Bach's Lunch November 3 in the Lawyers Club Lounge. Bach's Lunch, one of the Classical Music Society's signature events, gives students and faculty a chance to showcase their talents outside the classroom. Performing were musicians Ted Parson, Joseph L. Sax Collegiate Professor of Law, on cello; 2L John Patrick Clayton and 1L Ji Won Kim on piano; and 3L Benjamin Bodnar on violin. 2L Andrew Kurland sang "Questo amor, vergogna mia" from Puccini's "Edgar."
Photos by Philip Dattilo.

Listen to the Performances:
Sonata in D Minor, Op. 31, No. 2 ("The Tempest"), 3rd movement, by Beethoven

Piano Trio in B Major, Op. 8 (1st movement), by Brahms

"Questo amor, vergogna mia" from Edgar, from Puccini's "Edgar"
I. Allegro ma non troppo

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