Past Concerts

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Teaser-Bild für das Juni-Konzert der amici musicae, Chor & Orchester, Leipzig (2024), Grafik: Ron-Dirk Entleutner

BACH | MARTIN | VASKS

Concert during Bachfest Leipzig

Date: 14.06.2024

Time of day: 8:00 pm

Location: Westkreuz – Heilandskirche Leipzig

Performing: Vincent Geer, David Geer (violins), amici musicae, Chor & Orchester, Leipzig (conducting: Ron-Dirk Entleutner)

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J. S. Bach: Konzert für 2 Violinen, d-Moll, BWV 1043
J. S. Bach: Motette „Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied”, BWV 225
Arvo Pärt: Littlemore Tractus (for choir and string orchestra)
Frank Martin: Messe für Doppelchor
Pēteris Vasks: The Fruit of Silence

Edward Elgar: Oratorio »The Apostles« Op. 49

Offenes Herbstprojekt 2023

Date: 21.10.2023

Time of day: 8:00 pm

Location: St. Thomas Church, Leipzig

Performing: Julia Sophie Wagner (soprano), Christina Bock (alto), André Khamasmie (tenor), Daniel Blumenschein (bass), Dominic Große (bass), Philipp Jekal (bass), participants of the Offenes Herbstprojektes, members of the Landesjugendchor Sachsen, Jugendsinfonieorchester Leipzig, Ron-Dirk Entleutner (conductor) 

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Once a year, the Leipzig based ensemble »amici musicae« opens its doors for its Offenes Herbsprojekt (“open fall project”) – now in its 10th year. The focus of this project lies on choral symphonic works, which are intensively rehearsed and performed over two project weekends (rehearsal weekend/concert weekend).

This condensed method of rehearsing enables former ensemble members who are unable to participate continuously in regular rehearsals and concerts for professional or private reasons to be part of the choir and orchestra once a year. However, the project is also aimed at interested choir singers and instrumentalists who want to get to know, rehearse and perform a choral symphonic work – with high artistic standards, which is what »amici musicae« stands for.