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    Johann Sebastian Bach

    The Matthäus-Passion, or the pinnacle of Bach’s choral art, conducted by Hans-Christoph Rademann.

    Photo de Hans-Christoph Rademann © Martin Förster
    Hans-Christoph Rademann © Martin Förster

    Guy Cutting | tenor (Evangelist) 
    Matthias Winckhler | baritone (Christ) 
    Tobias Berndt | baritone (Pilate)
    Miriam Feuersinger, Lucy De Butts | sopranos
    Alex Potter, Tobias Knaus | countertenors 
    Christoph Pfaller | tenor
    Martin Schicketanz | baritone

    Hans-Christoph Rademann |  direction
    Chœur et Orchestre du Gaechinger Cantorey 

    Concerts featuring Hans-Christoph Rademann and the Gaechinger Cantorey are always characterised by the rare trait of clarity: the unique quality of the chorus, and the transparent lines of the orchestra marshalled by the infectious energy of an outstandingly authentic conductor. In these hands, and with the outstanding soloists with whom Hans-Christoph Rademann always surrounds himself, the Matthäus-Passion will once again be an emotional highpoint or, better still, an incarnation.

    Production MM Arts