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The Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern
 
 
Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern
 
 
Discography

B108053   B 108 053 / A 108 054
L. v. Beethoven: Missa Solemnis
CD / Pure Audio Blu-ray Disc, incl. CD
     
D108055   D 108 055
J. Haydn: The Seasons
DVD-Video & Bonus Material
   
D108055   B 108 056
J. Haydn: The Seasons
2CD-box & Bonus CD
   
S108048   S 108 048
W. A. Mozart: Requiem
SACD
   
B108035   B 108 035 / B 108 050
J. S. Bach: St. Matthew Passion
3CD-box / 2DVD-Audio-box & Bonus Material
   
B108015   B 108 015
J. S. Bach: Christmas Oratorio
2CD-box & Bonus CD
   
B108027   B 108 027
J. Brahms: VINETA
2CD-box
   
B108025   B 108 025
J. Haydn: The Creation
2CD-box
     
F100204   F 100 204
Neubeurer Advent Singing
CD
   
F100207   F 100 207
Neubeurer Christmas Singing
CD
     
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BIOGRAPHY

The Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern, established by Enoch zu Guttenberg in 1967, upholds the more than hundred-year-old musical tradition of the Upper Bavarian village of Neubeuern, which forms the basis of its unique style.

Today the Chorgemeinschaft performs the major oratorios of Munich's concert season and cooperates with orchestras and soloists of international repute. While its repertoire ranges from the literature of the early Baroque to that of the twentieth century, Johann Sebastian Bach remains the focus of the Choir's musical work.

Concerts given at all major musical centres in Germany as well as guest performances at the great festivals of the world testify to the Choir's ongoing presence and success in the international music business. One of the highlights of 2007 was the Choir's fourth performance in Vienna's Musikvereinssaal.

The high standard of the Choir's performances, documented by numerous radio and television productions and CD recordings, has received the greatest critical acclaim.
 
The Choir and its director have been awarded a number of prizes for their work, among them the Deutsche Kulturpreis, the Bavarian State Prize and the cultural award of the Bavarian National Foundation.