Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: Kyrie, Sanctus and Benedictus from Missa Tu es Petrus
Gregorio Allegri: Miserere mei, Deus
Johann Sebastian Bach: Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225
William Byrd: Miserere mei, Deus from Cantiones Sacrae II (1591)
Pierre de la Rue: Kyrie, Sanctus and Benedictus from Missa pro defunctis
Orlando di Lasso: Tui sunt coeli from Magnum Opus Musicum (1604)
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: Jubilate Deo
Augsburger Domsingknaben (Augsburg Cathedral Boys’ Choir), led by its conductor and founder Reihnard Kammler, is one of the top boys’ choirs in the world! Apart from singing sacral (liturgy) music in the Augsburg Cathedral, the choir also successfully performs on professional international musical stages. They have collaborated with musical greats such as Sir Colin Davis, Fabio Luisi, Jeffrey Tate, Thomas Hengelbrock, Mstislav Rostropovich, Sir Neville Marriner, Kent Nagano, Mariss Jansons, Daniel Harding, Manfred Honeck, Bernard Haitink and Valery Gergiev. The choir's chamber ensemble and its boy soloists regularly perform in renowned music festivals: Schwetzinger Festspiele, Europäische Festwochen Passau and Baltic Sea Festival Stockholm, as well as in famous opera houses: Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf and Opéra national du Rhin Strasbourg. They also work on productions and concert projects of the Bavarian Radio in Philharmonie am Gasteig, Prinzregententheater and Herkulessal in Münchner Residenz. The choir has toured Europe, Japan, Canada, Ecuador, South Africa, as well as the United States and China. They sang for the German president Joachim Gauck, as well as for Pope Benedict XVI at the Sistine Chapel in Vatican. Their performances have been recorded in albums released by some of the top labels: Harmonia mundi, EMI, Ars musici and Deutsche Grammophon. The recording of their performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 3 with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bernard Haitink was named the Recording of the Year by BBC Music Magazine. Deutsche Grammophon recorded their excellent performance of Bach's chorales for the Bach 333 project. The aim of the project was to release the largest and most comprehensive set of recordings dedicated to Johann Sebastian Bach for the 333rd anniversary of his birth.
Stefan Steinemann started his musical career as a member of the Augsburger Domsingknaben, where he also had his first piano and organ lessons. After having done his Abitur, Stefan Steinemann started studying church music, singing and conducting at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich. He studied under Prof. Bernhard Haas, Prof. Michael Glaeser and Prof. Monika Riedler. Furthermore, he studied at the Schola Cantorum in Basel AVES (Advanced Vocal Ensemble Studies) under Evelyn Tubb and Anthony Rooley. His extensive education is completed by numerous master courses. For his academic performance, he was awarded with the Deutschlandstipendium (scholarship) and a scholarship from the Maja Sacher foundation. Stefan Steinemann has already worked and performed as a singer and conductor in the USA, Asia, South Africa and many European countries. He also participates at well-known festivals as the Festwochen Alter Musik in Innsbruck, the MAFestival in Bruges, the Muenchner Residenzwoche, the Audi Sommerkonzerte or the Europaeische Festwochen in Passau. Since 2012, Stefan Steinemann works as a musical assistant at the Augsburger Domsingknaben. There, he concentrates on choir conduction, voice training and vocal accompaniment. In 2020, he will be successor of Reinhard Kammler as Domkapellmeister (Music Director) at the Augsburg Cathedral and take over the leadership of the Augsburger Domsingknaben.
Concert will be held at Saint Blaise's Church, Prilaz Gjure Deželića 64, Zagreb.
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