Monday, 30. May 2022 19:00 St. Moritz Church

Church Concert of 25 May 1922: Old Halle Masters from the 16th-18th Centuries

Works by F. W. Zachow, Wolff Heintz, W. Brade, S. Scheidt, W. F. Bach, A. Krieger and G. F. Handel

Stadtsingechor zu Halle (Händel-Preisträger 1976)

Music director: Clemens Flämig
Ensemble Polyharmonique
Stadtsingechor zu Halle (Handel Prize winner)
{oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna

Organised by: Stadtsingechor zu Halle in cooperation with Handel Festival

Please note the current pandemic-related access restrictions, if applicable. Wearing a mouth-nose protection is recommended.

Tickets:
30, 20 

On 25 May 1922 a church concert was held in the Marktkirche, featuring the Stadtsingechor and Hallische Singakademie choirs accompanied by the Stadttheater orchestra. They performed works by composers of the 16th to 18th centuries who had spent a longer or shorter period of their life working in Halle. Most of the music performed had fallen into oblivion after the death of the creators and was being performed again in a concert for the first time. Stadtsingechor zu Halle (1976 Handel Prize winners), the renowned vocal group Ensemble Polyharmonique and the Polish {oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna conducted by Clemens Flämig will be reproducing the century-old concept almost exactly in its original form with a programme of vocal and instrumental music centred on two works by G. F. Handel, the Organ Concerto in G minor, HWV 289, and the Anthem HWV 256b.

Introductory talk in German language: Prof. Dr. Erik Dremel, Theological Faculty of Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
6pm // Handel House, Glass Hall
Admission free – unnumbered seating // Duration approx. 30 minute