Within the framework on VocalConcept München, I am developing, along with fellow artists, unconventional concepts pertaining to the performance of chamber music. In this musical laboratory, a kaleidoscope of diverse content and presentation form emerges. Musical quality and specific research join together with the joy of experimentation and a delight in artistic range. Our aim is to immerse ourselves in new musical worlds, to bring particular locations to sound, to discover exceptional contexts, and to beguile in the direction of the unprecedented.
And it is also about friendship.
At the age of 27, Georg Friedrich Händel settled in London. We guide you through the stations of the winding path of his early adulthood. Music for voice, violin, and basso continuo by Händel and his environment.
Lament and hope characterize the particular atmosphere of sacred music during the Holy Week.
Time stands still. Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Telemann, J.D. Heinichen and J.D. Zelenka for baritone and small instrumental ensemble.
Telemann and the Bach family
A family meeting between father Johann Sebastian Bach, his son Carl Philip Emanuel and the godfather of C.P.E. Bach, Georg Philipp Telemann. For baritone and small instrumental ensemble
An ASsembly for the Queen
Alessandro Stradella and Alessandro Scarlatti guide us into the palaces of Queen Christina of Sweden in Rome during the second half of the 17th century. Instrumental and vocal music from both composers for baritone and small ensemble.
Of heavenly delights
A journey into the world of north and central German instrumental and vocal baroque music.
For voice, violin and organ.
A cultural center awakening to a new era Art song compositions from Gustav Mahler, Bruno Walter, Arnold Schönberg, Alban Berg, and others for baritone and Piano.
The three great Lied cycles of Franz Schubert, sung and discussed in three evenings of amicable dialogue between baritone and pianist.
Die schöne Magelone
The love story of the beautiful Magelone and Count Peter of Provence. A fable from the medieval times transcribed in an early romantic text, set to music by Johannes Brahms for voice and piano, retold in the frame of the 21st century.
En route in terms of love, fame, and adventure.
A half-serious song recital about the higher and lower nature of feelings, noble objectives, of success and failure – through songs of Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, and Carl Loewe and texts ranging from Shakespeare to Wikipedia.
An excursion into the moods and shadows of the night. Originals and arrangements of works for baritone and string quartet from Schubert, Schoeck, Finzi, Wolf, and Barber.