Archive: 15 years Chorszene Lower Austria: J. S. Bach | St Matthew Passion

Grafenegg Auditorium


  • Daniel Johannsen, Evangelist
  • Daniel Ochoa, Jesus
  • Melanie Hirsch, soprano
  • Oscar Verhaar, alto
  • Johannes Bamberger, tenor
  • Lisandro Abadie, bass
  • Gumpoldskirchner Spatzen, children's choir
  • Chor Ad Libitum
  • a-cappella-chor tulln
  • ten choirs of the Chorszene Lower Austria
  • Barucco, historical performance ensemble
  • Heinz Ferlesch, conductor



St Matthew Passion for soloists, chorus and orchestra BWV 244 (1727/1736)


15 Years Chorszene Lower Austria

In celebration of the 15th anniversary, the Chorszene Niederösterreich presents the St. Matthew Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750) in an exceptional sing-on-stage performance: Heinz Ferlesch brings together professional musicians, a children‘s choir and 250 singers from ten regional choirs who join in the twelve chorales and the final chorus.

The St. Matthew Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750) is one of the great oeuvres of European history of music. In his passions, the subtle dramaturg Bach sets the characters almost stage-opera-like on stage. Like no other composer, Bach creates a dramatic work of art through the combination of Gospel passages, free poetry and chorales. 


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