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KlangVerwaltung Chamber Choir
KlangVerwaltung Chamber Choir

B108053   B 108 053 / A 108 054
L. v. Beethoven: Missa Solemnis
CD / Pure Audio Blu-ray Disc
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The KlangVerwaltung Chamber Choir was founded in the year 2000 by Enoch zu Guttenberg. In addition to the highly virtuosic KlangVerwaltung orchestra, he thus created an adequate ensemble of singers that allowed for an exemplary and eloquent development and performance of works for smaller choirs and orchestras.

The choir consists of professional and experienced young singers from the South of Germany, among them members of the Philharmonic Choir Munich, the Bavarian Radio Choir, the Collegium Vocale Gent, and other renowned vocal ensembles.

Even the first performances at the Bach Festival 2000 on Herrenchiemsee confirmed that the new ensemble would live up to its expectations: "The Bach Festival ended with a triumph. Enoch zu Guttenberg implemented Handel’s Messiah with an ideal ensemble!" stated the press. In 2001, they performed Handel’s "Cäcilienode" and Meyerbeer’s "Gli Amori di Teolinda", conducted by Ljubka zu Guttenberg. More highly acclaimed concerts followed: the Mass No. 2 in E minor by Anton Bruckner, Brahms’ "Fest- und Gedenksprüche", Beethoven’s "Chorfantasie", and Bach’s Mass in B minor. The ensemble has already performed Beethoven’s "Missa Solemnis" at the Herrenchiemsee Festival in 2008, conducted by Enoch zu Guttenberg.