Synonyms for hengelbrock or Related words with hengelbrock

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Examples of "hengelbrock"
Hengelbrock made his debut at the Bayreuth Festival conducting Wagner's "Tannhäuser" in 2011.
Feldkirch is the home of an annual Summer Festival, founded in 2002 by Thomas Hengelbrock and directed since 2007 by Philippe Arlaud.
For the EXPO 2000 Thomas Hengelbrock created "Ekklesiastische Aktion" with music of Bernd Alois Zimmermann, György Ligeti and Johann Sebastian Bach. He has collaborated with composers such as Jan Müller-Wieland, Qigang Chen, Erkki-Sven Tüür and Simon Wills.
Beginning with the 2011–2012 season, Thomas Hengelbrock is the orchestra's principal conductor, with an initial contract of 3 years. The orchestra's current principal guest conductor is Alan Gilbert.
Brutscher has collaborated with conductors such as Marc Minkowski, Alessandro de Marci and Thomas Hengelbrock. He has sung and recorded numerous works by Bach, including his Magnificat in E-flat major, BWV 243a, and the Mass in B minor.
In 2000 "La divisione del mondo" had its first modern revival at the Schwetzingen Festival using a performance score prepared by musicologist Thomas Hengelbrock. The production was directed by Philippe Arlaud and starred Sonora Vaice as Venus, Kobie van Rensburg as Jupiter, Gabriela Sima as Juno, Simone Kermes as Cynthia, Matthias Rexroth in Apollo, Ilana Davidson as Cupid, Bernhard Landauer as Mercury, Hilary Summers as Mars, James Taylor as Neptune, Wolf Matthias Friedrich as Pluto, and Petteri Salomaa as Saturn. Hengelbrock conducted the Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble for the performances.
Thomas Hengelbrock founded in Freiburg the choir Balthasar-Neumann-Chor in 1991 and in 1995 the orchestra Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble to perform works from Baroque to contemporary music in Historically informed performances, such as Verdi's operas "Rigoletto" and "Falstaff" at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden in 2004 and 2007.
Katia Plaschka studied voice at the Hochschule für Musik in Frankfurt until 2002 with Gunnel Tasch–Ohlsson. She also studied with Heidrun Kordes. In the field of historically informed performance she has collaborated with Thomas Hengelbrock, Frieder Bernius and Helmuth Rilling. She has participated in the Ohrwurm-Projekt, an educational music project aimed at elementary school children.
Past conductors who have served as either principal guest conductors or artistic directors have included Mario Venzago, Heinrich Schiff, Jiří Bělohlávek, and Thomas Hengelbrock. Daniel Harding was music director of the orchestra from 1999 to 2003. Paavo Järvi has served as the orchestra's artistic leader since 2004.
Knut Schoch studied voice in Hamburg with Wilfried Jochens and Alan Speer. In 1999, he was awarded at the Concours Musica Antiqua Bruges. In the field of historically informed performance he has collaborated with Thomas Hengelbrock, Ton Koopman, Sigiswald Kuijken and Ludger Remy. He has performed oratorios by George Frideric Handel and the part of the Evangelist in Bach's Passions.
Thomas Hengelbrock (born 9 June 1958) is a German violinist, musicologist, stage director and conductor. He is the founder and director of the Balthasar-Neumann-Chor and the Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble. Since 2011, he has been the principal conductor of the NDR Symphony Orchestra.
Hengelbrock was born in Wilhelmshaven. He studied the violin with Rainer Kussmaul and started his career in Würzburg and Freiburg im Breisgau. He worked as an assistant to Witold Lutosławski, Mauricio Kagel and Antal Doráti and played with ensembles such as Concentus Musicus Wien under Nikolaus Harnoncourt. In 1985 he cofounded the Freiburger Barockorchester where he worked as a violinist and a conductor.
She collaborates with leading conductors such as Riccardo Muti, Zubin Mehta, Antonio Pappano, Fabbio Luisi, Marco Armiliato, Michele Mariotti, Thomas Hengelbrock, Paolo Carignani, Stéphane Denève, Yves Abel, Ottavio Dantone and Alberto Zedda. Outstanding is her varied repertoire, which ranges from Baroque (Handel), Belcanto (Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti) and Verdi (La Traviata) to Tchaikowsky (Eugeny Onegin) and Stravinsky (The Rake's progress).
Oswald received his first musical training as a member of the Tölzer Knabenchor. Among his operatic roles were Monostatos in Mozart’s "Zauberflöte" under Achim Freyer in Schwetzingen and Strasbourg and Monteverdi's "L'Orfeo" under Ivor Bolton at the Bavarian State Opera. In 1997–98 he performed with the Bach Kantorei, singing Handel’s "Messiah". He recorded Bach's Mass in B minor with Thomas Hengelbrock.
Rexroth was hired by Pamela Rosenberg for his debut at the Staatsoper Stuttgart with Purcell’s King Arthur in 1999. A year later, in 2000, followed Apollo in Legrenzi’s opera "La divisione del mondo" at the Schwetzingen Festival with Thomas Hengelbrock. His first major concert appearance was the internationally televised Bach-year 2000, Bach "Mass in B minor" from the Leipzig Thomaskirche with Thomaskantor Georg Christoph Biller, the Thomanerchor and the Gewandhaus Orchestra
Since then he has performed worldwide with orchestras such as the Tonhalle Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic, Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, all BBC Symphony Orchestras, Melbourne-and New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra working with conductors Sir Roger Norrington, Sir Neville Marriner, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Vladimir Fedosseyev, Andrey Boreyko, Fabien Gabel, Thomas Dausgaard, Emmanuel Krivine, Dmitri Slobodeniouk, Lahav Shani, Thomas Hengelbrock, Leif Segerstam, Giovanni Antonini and Andrea Marcon amongst many others.
On the concert stage Dragojevic has appeared with orchestras such as the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Malmö Symphony Orchestra, the Gulbenkian Orchestra in Lisbon, the NDR Symphony Orchestra in Hamburg and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich in works like Bach's Magnificat, Mozart's C Minor Mass and Mahler's "Des Knaben Wunderhorn". She has worked with conductors such as Ivor Bolton, Daniel Harding, Andris Nelsons, Thomas Hengelbrock, Manfred Honeck and Robin Ticciati.
Delphine Galou has collaborated with orchestras such as the Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble (Thomas Hengelbrock), I Barocchisti (Diego Fasolis), Accademia Bizantina (Ottavio Dantone), Collegium 1704 (Václav Luks), Venice Baroque Orchestra (Andrea Marcon), Il Complesso Barocco (Alan Curtis), Les Siècles (François-Xavier Roth), Les Arts Florissants (Jonathan Cohen), Le Concert des Nations (Jordi Savall), Ensemble Matheus (Jean-Christophe Spinosi) and Les Musiciens du Louvre Grenoble (Marc Minkowski).
Sans has performed in the Wiener Konzerthaus with Michael Schneider, the Teatro Colon with Karl-Friedrich Beringer, at the Feldkirch Festival with Thomas Hengelbrock, the Kölner Philharmonie with , the Berliner Philharmonie with Hans-Christoph Rademann, the Dresdner Kreuzkirche with Roderich Kreile, the Leipziger Thomaskirche with Gotthold Schwarz, and the Alte Oper in Frankfurt with . In 2009 he performed Mendelssohn's "Paulus" with the Landesjugendorchester (State Youth Orchestra) of NRW.
Other opera productions have included Reinhard Keiser's "The Temple of Janus" in Berlin's Hebbel am Ufer, Johann Adolph Hasse's "Larinda e Vanesio" at the Margravial Opera House, and a production of Purcell's "King Arthur" for the Ruhrtriennale 2003. She performed Proserpina in Monteverdi's "L'Orfeo" in the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden and in 2004 sang madrigals by Carlo Gesualdo and Monteverdi withconductor Thomas Hengelbrock at the Schwetzingen Festival.