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Landscapes Of Heaven And Earth With A-CAPPELLA-CHOR VILLACH

  • Conservatory Concert Hall 3 Conservatory Drive Singapore Singapore (map)

A-CAPPELLA-CHOR VILLACH
CHRISTA MÄURER soprano  
WALTRAUD WULZ-TSCHERNUTH piano
GERD KENDA guest conductor

 

VITAUTAS MIŠKINIS
Cantate domino

J.S. BACH
Wie sich ein Vater erbarmet, from Motet Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV225

BRUCKNER
Ave Maria

MENDELSSOHN
Denn er hat seinen Engeln befohlen
Frühzeitiger Frühling

BRAHMS
Waldesnacht, du wunderkühle

SCHUBERT
Serenade, Zögernd leise
From the play Rosamunde, Fürstin von Zypern:
   Jägerchor
   Hirtenchor

SCHUMANN
Zigeunerleben

INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE AND INTERMISSION

MOZART
Caro mio

JOHANN STRAUSS
Pizzicato-Polka
Kaiserwalzer

XINJIANG FOLKSONG, ARR. CAI YUWEN
Ban Ge Yue Liang Pa Shang Lai

CARINTHIAN FOLKSONGS AND SONGS FROM NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES (ITALY, SLOVENIA) ARR. HELMUT WULZ
In der Mölltålleitn In the Mölltålleitn

FRANZ STIMPFL & STEFAN GERDEJ
Übarn See sing i ume

ARR. HELMUT WULZ
Bist a scheans Diandle, du

ARR. MARIO LANARO
A mezzanotte in punto

SLOVENIAN FOLKSONG
Kje je moj mili dom

GERHARD GLAWISCHNIG & GÜNTHER MITTERGRADNEGGER
Is schon still umarn See

ARR. ANTON ANDERLUH
Da spåte Åbnd

 

Journey through the boisterous gaiety of village life to the spiritual yearning of the great composers with the enchanting voices of A-cappella-Chor Villach. The award-winning choir from Austria returns to Singapore for the third time since their last concerts in 2007 (NUS) and 2008 (Esplanade).   Having enthralled a wide international audience from Belgium, Japan, South Africa, England, Ireland, Germany and France, the 162-year-old choir directed by Professor Helmut Wulz will perform a one-night-only concert of colourful and varied repertoire. The program will include works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Schubert, Mozart and Strauss as well as well-loved folk songs from Carinthia and the region. 

 

 

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Ticketing Information
• Free admission via registration on Eventbrite. Limited seats available.
• All event information is correct at time of print
• Out of respect for other concert goers, no children under 6 years of age will be allowed admission.

 

 

Later Event: September 3
Double Reed Day