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  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Ludwig van Beethoven, born in December 1770 in Bonn into a musical family, attracted attention early in his life thanks to his outstanding musical talent. In 1792 the Prince Elector of Bonn sent him to Vienna to enable him to perfect his knowledge…

    Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Opus 125

  • Maxim Emelyanychev conductor

    Shortly after his conducting debut at the age of 12, Maxim Emelyanychev was invited to conduct quite a few of the international baroque and symphonic orchestras in Russia. Then, in 2013, he became Principal Conductor of the historically informed…

  • Janai Brugger soprano

    American soprano, Janai Brugger, the 2012 winner of Operalia and of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, made her television debut last season when she sang a specially-written requiem composed by Laura Karpman for an episode of HBO’s…

  • Katija Dragojevic mezzo-soprano

    Swedish mezzo-soprano Katija Dragojevic was educated at the Royal Academy of Music, Stockholm and at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London. The beauty, warmth and agility of her voice as well as her exquisite musicality has taken her to…

  • Simon Bode tenor

    Tenor Simon Bode is a commanding presence on the opera and recital stages throughout Europe. Born in Hamburg, his recital and concert career has taken this young tenor to prestigious international festivals including Salzburger Festspiele,…

  • Gábor Bretz bass

    Since graduating from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Gábor Bretz’s regular performances at the Hungarian State Opera have included the title-roles in Mefistofele and Le Nozze di Figaro, Leporello and the title-role in Don Giovanni,…

  • Philharmonischer Chor München chorus master: Andreas Herrmann

    The Philharmonic Chorus of Munich is one of the leading large scale concert choruses in Germany and partner chorus of the Munich Philharmonic. Its repertoire ranges throughout the choral music of every period, from early polyphonic works all the way…






Duration concert: about 1 ¼ h