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Christmas Concert

with the Bavarian Radio Chorus

Saturday, 14 December 2019, 8:00 pm
Munich, Prinzregententheater

Tickets

Programme

Jan Sandström
„Det är en ros utsprungen“ for a capella chorus

Francis Poulenc
Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël

Leoš Janáček
„Otčenáš“ for tenor, chorus, harp and organ

Benjamin Britten
A Hymn to the Virgin

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
„Grant Us Peace“ for chorus and organ
für Chor und Orchester

Patrick Hahn
New Work for chorus (Wolrd première)

Camille Saint-Saëns
„Oratorio de Noël“ for solo voices, mixed chorus, strings, harp and organ

Performers

Mari Eriksmoen, Soprano

Anke Vondung, Mezzo-Soprano

Merit Ostermann, Alto

Oleksiy Palchykov, Tenor

Andreas Wolf, Bass-Baritone

Uta Jungwirth, Harp

Max Hanft, Organ

Bavarian Radio Chorus

Munich Radio Orchestra

Patrick Hahn, Direction

About the programme

Saint-Saëns’s Oratorio de Noël has everything one needs in a festive Christmas piece: joyous choruses, a gently undulating siciliano, delicate harp sounds, a transfigured romantic idiom and a typically French wealth of melody. To set the mood, the concert opens with Christmas motets by Francis Poulenc, a Lord’s Prayer by Leoš Janáček, choruses by Britten and Mendelssohn and Jan Sandström’s spectacularly sensuous 1990 adaptation of Praetorius’s carol Es ist ein Ros entsprungen.

Patrick Hahn © Peter Purgar
Patrick Hahn

About the performers

The young multitalented Austrian conductor Patrick Hahn will celebrate his début with the Bavarian Radio Chorus and the Munich Radio Orchestra, adding fresh impetus to a pan-European career that also includes highly acclaimed appearances as a jazz pianist and cabaret singer.

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