Tuesday, 21_04_2020 8 p.m. | Philharmonie im Gasteig | 6th Subscription Concert F | with Introduction | Save date
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Georg Friedrich Händel

Born on February 23, 1685 in Halle Died on April 4, 1759 in London  more

"The Messiah" HWV 56


Andrew Manze, Conductor

Andrew Manze is widely celebrated as one of the most stimulating and inspirational conductors of his generation. His extensive and scholarly knowledge of the repertoire, together with his rare skill as a communicator and his boundless energy, mark...  more

Ruby Hughes, Soprano

Ruby Hughes began her musical studies as a cellist graduating from the Guildhall School of Music in London. She went on to study voice at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Munich and the Royal College of Music, London, graduating in 2009. Holder...  more

Diana Moore, Mezzo-Soprano

British mezzo-soprano Diana Moore has established herself as a firm favourite with audiences on both sides of the Atlantic, winning acclaim for her unique voice which, according to Gramophone, 'combines the range of a mezzo with the tone quality of a...  more

Robin Tritschler, Tenor

Acclaimed for his "radiantly lyrical" voice, Irish tenor Robin Tritschler has garnered praise from critics and audiences for his performances. In concert, Robin has appeared with many leading orchestras including the London Philharmonic Orchestra...  more

Andrew Foster-Williams, Bass baritone

Bass-baritone Andrew Foster-Williams enjoys a vibrant career on both the opera and concert stage. He is graced with a vocal versatility that allows him to present a repertoire ranging from the classics of Bach, Gluck, Handel and Mozart through to...  more

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...  more