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Laudate Dominum 2015

Location: Austria
Laudate Dominum 2015
The Vienna University of Music announces the 2015 Laudate Dominum conference for organists, choral conductors, singers, and church musicians. The conference, widely recognized as the most important church music conference in Central Europe, will be held from February 1st-7th, 2015 in St. Pölten, Austria, just west of Vienna. Faculty include: Wolfgang Reisinger (Professor of Organ, Vienna Church Music Conservatory), Erwin Ortner, (Conductor of the Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Vienna), Paul Crabb (Professor of Choral Conducting, The University of Missouri), Josef Habringer (Kapellmeister, Linz Cathedral), and voice faculty members Ursula Langmayr (Soprano), Gerda Hondros (Alto), Thomas Künne (Tenor) and Gerd Kenda (Bass). Tuition less than $200/week, room and board depends on room category (around $70/day).
Laudate Dominum enables organists to study literature and improvisation in private lessons and classes. Choral conductors study in master class settings, while singers participate in ensembles and have the opportunity to study privately with some of the leading singers in Austria. There are additional classes on Gregorian chant. English language study is available.
For further information, contact Wolfgang Reisinger at w.reisinger@gmx.net. See the conference web site at www.hiphaus.at. In addition to conference activities, American musicians attending the conference are eligible for a musical sightseeing tour in Vienna, including tickets to major Viennese operatic and concert venues.
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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