KlangVerwaltung Orchestra and Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern Chorus Visit Symphony Hall This Fall
Celebrating its 20th anniversary with its second North American tour, the acclaimed German orchestra KlangVerwaltung,joined by the Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern Chorus, will present two of classical music's most beloved masterpieces in a concert on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at Boston's Symphony Hall. They will perform under the baton of Maestro Enoch zu Guttenberg, whose interpretations of sacred and symphonic masterworks are praised worldwide.
On the program are Mozart's Requiem, his final opus, shrouded in mystery and left unfinished at his death at the age of 35, and Bach's Magnificat, a musical setting of the biblical canticle Magnificat, one of the composer's most popular vocal works. Maestro Guttenberg takes a thoughtful, historically informed approach to the program, with particular sensitivity toward the context in which both Bach and Mozart lived and composed.
The KlangVerwaltung Orchestra has been recognized for its superlative technical skill, ability to interact like a chamber music ensemble, vibrant orchestral color, and lively stage presence. Under the direction of conductor Enoch zu Guttenberg, the orchestra has earned rave reviews, both for its live performances and numerous recordings. For its 20th anniversary season tour, the orchestra is joined by the heralded Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern Chorus for performances in Montreal, Toronto, New York, Philadelphia, and Boston.
The KlangVerwaltung Orchestra and Chorgemeinschaft Neubeuern Chorus are known for their ECHO Award-winning recordings and performances in leading concert halls, such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Vienna's Musikverein, the Berliner Philharmonie, as well as for their annual performances at the prestigious International Herrenchiemsee Festival.
Members of KlangVerwaltung herald from leading orchestras including: the Bavarian State Orchestra, Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Munich Radio Orchestra, NDR Radio Orchestra, Staatskapelle Dresden, Komische Oper Berlin, Stuttgart State Opera, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, and many others.