Concerts 2014

Lord of the Horizons, Collector of Musical Worlds
Alî Ufkî / Wojciech Bobowski  (Poland, ca. 1610 - 1675 Turkey)

14.03. Poznán (Poland), Centrum Kultury Zamek, Emperor Wilhelm II. Castle, 19:30
Celebrating the 600th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between Poland and Turkey    www.zamek.poznan.pl

«After the ensemble finished its appearance, the room was silent with delight.
The audience froze in complete tranquility, only to exclaim ovations after some
time. A very good start of the festival.» mmwroclaw.pl (Poland), 19.08.2013

Lord of the Horizons, Collector of Musical Worlds
Alî Ufkî / Wojciech Bobowski  (Poland, ca. 1610 - 1675 Turkey)

17.03. Warsaw (Poland), Chopin University, 19:00  www.chopin.edu.pl
Celebrating the 600th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between Poland and Turkey

«After the ensemble finished its appearance, the room was silent with delight.
The audience froze in complete tranquility, only to exclaim ovations after some
time. A very good start of the festival.» mmwroclaw.pl (Poland), 19.08.2013

Tonfolgen
Dreams of the Orient (& TriOrient)
Muscat (Oman), Royal Opera House, 19:30    www.rohmuscat.org.com




Tonfolgen

Red Apple - Black Earth
Turkish Traditional Songs about Fruits & Fertility, Death and the Otherworld
Graz (Austria), Styrierte (Psalm 14), Helmut-List-Halle, 19:00 
www.styriarte.com/psalm



Tonfolgen
Sacred Bridges (& Basilius College Choir / Scherzando)
Utrecht (Netherlands), Geerte Kerk, 20:15    www.scherzandokoor.nl




Tonfolgen
Sacred Bridges (& Basilius College Choir / Scherzando)
Driebergen (Netherlands), Grote Kerk, 15:00    www.scherzandokoor.nl




The Perfect Light
Christian & Muslim Medieval Music celebrating
the birthdays of Jesus and the Prophet Mohammed
16.05. St. Gallen Monastery (Switzerland), Bodensee-Festival, 20:00
www.bodenseefestival.de

 

Lord of the Horizons, Collector of Musical Worlds
Alî Ufkî / Wojciech Bobowski
(Poland, ca. 1610 - 1675 Turkey)
30.07. Riga (Latvia), Cultural Capital of Europe, Ad Lucem Festival

«After the ensemble finished its appearance, the room was silent with delight.
The audience froze in complete tranquility, only to exclaim ovations after some
time. A very good start of the festival.» mmwroclaw.pl (Poland), 19.08.2013
www.bilesuserviss.lv

Sacred Bridges (& Helsinki Chamber Choir)
Jewish, Christian & Muslim Psalm Settings from the 16th & 17th cent.
18.08. Helsinki, (Finland), Helsinki Festival, University of Helsinki, 19:00
www.helsinginjuhlaviikot.fi



Tonfolgen
Passio-Compassio
Bonn (Germany), Beethoven-Fest, Beethovenhalle, 20:00   www.beethovenfest.de




Sacred Bridges (& Brevis Choir & Consort, Darius Stabinkas)
Jewish, Christian & Muslim Psalm Settings from the 16th & 17th cent.

24.09. Vilnius (Lithuania),Banchetto Musicale Festival,
19:00 Palace of the Grand Dukes
www.bmfestival.lt

«After the ensemble finished its appearance, the room was silent with delight.
The audience froze in complete tranquility, only to exclaim ovations after some
time. A very good start of the festival.» mmwroclaw.pl (Poland), 19.08.2013

The Perfect Light
Christian & Muslim Medieval Music celebrating
the birthdays of Jesus and the Prophet Mohammed
27.09. Via Mediaeval, St. Maria, Offenbach an der Glanl, 20:00
www.vokalmusik-romanische-strasse.de


Voices of Light (& Company of Musick)
16.12. Vienna, (Austria), Konzerthaus

 

 

Concerts 2015

Canticum Canticorum (& Latvian Radio Choir)
09.03. Oslo (Norway), Oslo International Church Music Festival



Tonfolgen

The Arabian Passion according to J. S. Bach
Iffeldorf (Germany), Iffeldorfer Meisterkonzerte


Sacred Bridges (& Innovantiqua Ensemble)
Jewish, Christian & Muslim Psalm Settings from the 16th & 17th cent.
15.05. Zürich (Switzerland), St. Peter Church
16.05. Genf (Switzerland), Madeleine Church
17.05. Winterthur (Switzerland), Church Rosenberg

 

Cultures of Tolerance
21.05. Leverkusen (Germany), Bielertkirche, 19:30
www.kulturstadtlev.de



Concerts 2016

Percussion & Voice in Oriental & Early Western Music
Workshop, Lecture & Concert
20.01.-23.01. Nürnberg (Germany), Germanisches Nationalmuseum