Chor Levantate Ulm e.V.
Mixed Choir with Social Engagement

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Chor Levantate: Konzert am Samstag 13. April 2019, 19.30 Uhr, Pauluskirche Ulm, Johann Michael Haydn, Requiem in c MH 155 und Uraufführung 2019: Jan Kopp, GEHEN

Our next concert:

Saturday, 13 April 2019, 19.30h, Pauluskirche Ulm

Johann Michael Haydn: REQUIEM

in c, MH 155

Jan Kopp: GEHEN, Premiere

Choir Levantate Ulm
Solists: Soprano: Anna Escala, Alto: Sisu Lustig-Häntsche, Tenor: Julian Plachtzik, Bass: Dong-Jin Choi
Blechlabor and String ensemble
Direction: Patty Kontogianni

The Ulm based Choir Levantate will perform a very special concert: the Requiem in c minor written by Michael Haydn (1737-1806).

This requiem is rarely being performed nowadays. As its composer always remained in the shadow of his famous brother Joseph is it farely unjustifiable to not give credits to his composition as it is done to other requiems of his time.

At its first performance in January 1772, father and son Mozart were part of the string orchestra, and young Wolfgang Amadeus was quite impressed by the style of sacred music which his older friend Michael Haydn had written.

The second opus of the evening, “Gehen“, is a premiere. Assigned by the the choir Levantate, the Stuttgart based contemporanean composer Jan Kopp (*1971) has written this piece for mixed choir, four trumpets, three trombones, and drums.

In reference to a poem by Antonio Machado (1875-1939), a Spanish lyricist: It is about the metaphore of the wanderer on his/her way, which comes into being by being wandered, and which can never be wandered for a second time. This idea goes well with the pre-Easter topics.

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Chor Levantate Ulm
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