Michael Praetorius (1571–1621) is considered one of the most important composers of the early German Baroque, whose work had a great influence on musical life in central Germany. The diversity of his music, from simple chorale movements to magnificent Venetian polychoral music, is the focus of the concert. Historic instruments as well as historic playing and singing techniques based on Praetorius’ handed-down instructions will bring the musical world of the early Baroque to life in a contemporary form.
The lautten compagney BERLIN and the vocal ensemble Capella Angelica will perform under the direction of Wolfgang Katschner.
Tickets are available at the Information Center of the Francke Foundations.
Please make reservations, seats are unfortunately limited.
Attention: The 2G rule applies to this event. Please have proof of vaccination or recovery ready.
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