The Copenhagen Girls’ Choir of the Sankt Annæ Singing School visits Berlin. As part of its tour, it will give a concert with the Concert Choir and the Vocal Consort of the Berlin Girls’ Choir.
Two award-winning European girls’ choirs meet in a joint concert and show that singing together can be the most direct and easiest way of international understanding. Because music knows no language barriers. The ensembles inspire with their own unmistakable sound and merge into a great harmonic whole in some of the pieces they perform together. The programme includes secular and sacred works by Britten, Gajelo, Rheinberger, Vivaldi and other choral compositions from all over the world. Singing is a cappella and with piano accompaniment.
Participants: Sankt Annæ Pigekor, Copenhagen, Berlin Girls’ Choir – Concert Choir and Vocal Consort.
Conductors: Anne Marie Granau, Sabine Wüsthoff
Piano: Justine Eckhaut
Donations requested for the church music work of the Ev. Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirchengemeinde
Duration of performance: approx. 60 min. without intermission
We ask that you continue to wear FFP2 masks for mutual protection.
The Sankt Annæ Pigekor is one of the best girls’ choirs in Denmark. The choir was founded in 1973 and is part of the Sankt Annæ Gymnasium as the Municipal Singing School of the City of Copenhagen. It consists of about 140 girls in several consecutive choir classes.