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Berlin, Berliner Dom — Main Hall

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Relish the opportunity to hear Bach's Christmas Oratorio and Ukrainian Christmas carrols in the awe‐inspiring atmosphere of the Berliner Dom.

Kai‐Uwe Jirka conducts the lautten compagney Berlin, the Staats‐ und Domchor Berlin, the Sing‐Akademie zu Berlin and outstanding soloists, in a performance of the first half of Bach's monumental Christmas Oratorio.


  • Bach, Johann Sebastian – Christmas Oratorio/ Weihnachtsoratorium, I‐III
  • -not set- – Ukrainian Christmas carrols
Program is subject to change


Choir: Staats‐ und Domchor Berlin
Conductor: Jirka, Kai‐Uwe
Chamber Music: Lautten Compagney

The Lautten Compagney Berlin is one of the most renowned German Baroque ensembles. Performing on period instruments in different chamber orchestral formations that stretch through to the Baroque opera orchestra, their repertoire encompasses a wide spectrum, ranging from 17th cent. English dancing music, sacred music and operas by Handel to crossover projects serving as a bridge to modern dance (with Heike Henning & Co. dance company, Sasha Waltz & Guests, etc.) and 20th century music. With its concerts and operatic guest performances, the Lautten Compagney makes appearances throughout Germany and on international stages as well.

Wolfgang Katschner is not only Lautten Compagneys conductor and artistic director, but also a virtuoso lutenist and researcher of historic scores. In October 2010 the Lautten Compagney was awarded with the Echo Klassik Award (Early Music Ensemble of the Year) for its most recent CD “Timeless” – music by Tarquinio Merula and Philip Glass.

Drums: Sing‐Akademie zu Berlin


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