MOGENS DAHL CHAMBER CHOIR

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir was established in 2005. Its artistic roots come from Nordic a cappella tradition, but from the very beginning the choir’s goal has been to exceed the limits set for a professional vocal ensemble. Genres, organisation form, partners, concept development - everything that is choir-related - has one single objective: visionary vocal art based on the soul-stirring wealth of human voice.

★★★★★★
“So new, so compelling [...] "The Messiah" with Mogens Dahl’s skilled infantry and English elite forces must be one of the best in Europe right now.”
– Søren Schauser, Berlingske, Dec. 11. 2017 (On Messiah)

♥♥♥♥♥
”Both mild and mighty”
– Thomas Michelsen, Politiken, 10. december 2017 (On Messiah)

★★★★★★
“It’s choral singing at the highest level here.”
– Magasinet Klassisk. (On Nordic Mass)

Upcoming concerts

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september 2018

23sep20:0022:00Requiem from the B sides of life20:00 - 22:00 Christians Kirke Entré: DKK 175

november 2018

04nov22:0023:15Halloween Concert: Aftonland22:00 - 23:15 Christians Kirke Entré: DKK 250 / students DKK 150

december 2018

07dec19:3022:15Handel's Messiah19:30 - 22:15 Holmens Kirke Entré: DKK 275 / students DKK 175 including fees

08dec19:3022:15Handel's Messiah19:30 - 22:15 Holmens Kirke Entré: DKK 275 / students DKK 175 including fees

Director and conductor.

Mogens Dahl is a Danish conductor, founder and owner of Mogens Dahl Concert Hall and conductor of Mogens Dahl Chamber.

David Wijkman, chamber choir producer.

Jacob Holtze, artistic consultant.

Johannes Konstantin Neergaard, consultant.

Sven-David Sandström, Composer in residence

THE CHAMBER CHOIR

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir is a unique choir project where about 40 excellent young singers form the backbone of the ensemble. Genre and concept are essential when determining the choir composition for each concert project in order to guarantee that we always present the audience with a highly specialised, homogeneous and expressive whole.

Astrid Sandvand Dahlen

Astrid Sandvand Dahlen

Andreas Halling

Andreas Halling

David Wijkman

David Wijkman

Emanuel Roll

Emanuel Roll

Edward Ananian Cooper

Edward Ananian Cooper

Erlend Tyrmi

Erlend Tyrmi

Eve McGrath

Eve McGrath

Ingeborg Dalheim Crop

Ingeborg Dalheim Crop

Emma Lewis

Emma Lewis

Danny Purtell

Danny Purtell

Jakob Skjoldborg

Jakob Skjoldborg

Lone Selchau

Lone Selchau

Jakob Soelberg

Jakob Soelberg

Hilde Gjermundsen

Hilde Gjermundsen

Daniel Carlsson

Daniel Carlsson

Jennie Lomm

Jennie Lomm

Joel Nulsen

Joel Nulsen

Jonathan Kroner Ingvald

Jonathan Kroner Ingvald

Johan Bogren

Johan Bogren

Magnhild Korsvik

Magnhild Korsvik

Peter Arnt Kløvrud

Peter Arnt Kløvrud

Mari Johanne Müller

Mari Johanne Müller

Nana Bugge  Rasmusen

Nana Bugge Rasmusen

Nils Greenhow

Nils Greenhow

Merete Laursen

Merete Laursen

Sarah Maxted

Sarah Maxted

Regina Unnur Ólafsdóttir

Regina Unnur Ólafsdóttir

Rebecca Forsberg Svendsen

Rebecca Forsberg Svendsen

Robert Lind

Robert Lind

Silje Vatne Heggem

Silje Vatne Heggem

Staffan Liljas

Staffan Liljas

Victoria Meteyard

Victoria Meteyard

Sophie Thing-Simonsen

Sophie Thing-Simonsen

Torsten Nielsen

Torsten Nielsen

William Searle

William Searle

  • Astrid Sandvand Dahlen
  • Andreas Halling
  • David Wijkman
  • Emanuel Roll
  • Edward Ananian Cooper
  • Erlend Tyrmi
  • Eve McGrath
  • Ingeborg Dalheim Crop
  • Emma Lewis
  • Danny Purtell
  • Jakob Skjoldborg
  • Lone Selchau
  • Jakob Soelberg
  • Hilde Gjermundsen
  • Daniel Carlsson
  • Jennie Lomm
  • Joel Nulsen
  • Jonathan Kroner Ingvald
  • Johan Bogren
  • Magnhild Korsvik
  • Peter Arnt Kløvrud
  • Mari Johanne Müller
  • Nana Bugge  Rasmusen
  • Nils Greenhow
  • Merete Laursen
  • Sarah Maxted
  • Regina Unnur Ólafsdóttir
  • Rebecca Forsberg Svendsen
  • Robert Lind
  • Silje Vatne Heggem
  • Staffan Liljas
  • Victoria Meteyard
  • Sophie Thing-Simonsen
  • Torsten Nielsen
  • William Searle
  • Astrid Sandvand Dahlen

  • Andreas Halling

    Swedish Andreas Halling is an active soloist and ensemble singer across Europe. He frequently works with leading ensembles in both early and new music and has sung under the direction of such conductors as René Jacobs, Eric Ericson and Laurence Equilbey.

    After a musical education in the Swedish choral tradition, Andreas Halling decided to study singing at the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, France, and later at the Royal Conservatory in the Haag, the Netherlands. He now lives in Brussels where he has been studying with Belgian tenor Bart de Kegel. More information and news at

  • David Wijkman

  • Emanuel Roll

  • Edward Ananian Cooper

  • Erlend Tyrmi

    Erlend Tyrmi comes from Norway, but has been living the last ten years in Copenhagen. He is a much used baryton soloist in oratoriums in Norway and Denmark, and has been soloist with most of the Danish symphoni orchestras. Erlend is also a skilled chamber musician in the fields from baroque cantatas to romantic lieder. He has also participated in several operas, ao. the Opera Hedeland and with ‘Nordisk Netværk for tidlig Opera’.

    Erlend is educated at the The Royal Danish Music Conservatory and The Opera Academy in Copenhagen.

  • Eve McGrath

  • Ingeborg Dalheim Crop

    Ingeborg Dalheim studied at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo with Mona Julsrud and Svein Bjørkøy as teachers. She specializes in baroque music and has collaborated with conductors such as Gabriel Garrido, Rinaldo Alessandrini and Alan Curtis. Dalheim has since 2004 been a member of the French ensemble Les Arts Florissants under the direction of William Christie and sings regularly with Hesperion XXI under the leadership av Jordi Savall.

  • Emma Lewis

  • Danny Purtell

  • Jakob Skjoldborg

    Jakob Skjoldborg is a self-taught singer with a musical background stretching from rock, musical comedy and classical music. He is a member of Ars Nova Copenhagen and works as a soloist mainly in renaissance and baroque music. He is a co-founder of the Holmen’s men’s quartet, Holmgang, and has released two acclaimed albums with the indie rock band Windermere. Jakob Skjoldborg has a university degree in Danish and language psychology, and he turns his skills in language and music to good account by setting select Danish poetry to music.
  • Lone Selchau

  • Jakob Soelberg

  • Hilde Gjermundsen

    Norwegian Hilde Gjermundsen studied voice and piano at the Academy at Hamar and at the Music Conservatory in Trondheim, Norway. She works in the music branch at Trondheim Katedralskole, teaches methodology at the Conservatory besides being an active singer and educationist. Hilde Gjermundsen appears frequently as a concert soloist and has appeared in soprano parts in operas, operettas, masses and oratories, specially in baroque music and first performances of new music.

  • Daniel Carlsson

    Daniel Carlsson was born in Sweden in 1980. He began his studies at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in 2002 and graduated as a countertenor 2009, Daniel has participated in master classes with Martin Isepp, Jill Feldman, Roger Vignoles and Paul Esswood and took private lessons with Richard Levitt, who was Andreas Scholl’s teacher for many years.

    Daniel has been a soloist with conductors such as Stephen Layton, Philip Pickett and Mark Tatlow. Olof Boman directed Alberto Ristoris opera Calandro with Daniel in the role of Nearco at Sanssouci in Potsdam Festspiele 2010. He has had several major opera roles, including Nero in Monteverdi’s opera The Coronation of Poppaea, Ptolemy in Handel’s opera Julius Caesar, Farman in Falling Awake by Lasse Schwanenflügel Piasecki.

    Most recently, Daniel played Oberon in Benjamin Britten’s A midsummer nights dream and Abraham in a theater version of Britten’s Abraham and Isac at Gothenburg Opera.

  • Jennie Lomm

  • Joel Nulsen

  • Jonathan Kroner Ingvald

    Graduated in classical singing 2010 at the Royal Danish Academy of Music and studied under Antonio Juvarra in Monte Belluna, Italy.
    Is frequently engaged as both lied- and oratorium singer.
    Toured in the summer of 2012 with Robert Schumann’s “Dichterliebe” and Franz Schubert’s “Die Schöne Mullerin” in large parts of Sweden and Denmark.
    Jonathan is often used as a soloist in oratoriums as Haydn’s “The Creation”, Handel’s “Messiah,” Bach’s “Magnificat” and Saint-saens “Christmas Oratorium”.

    Since 2007, singing in Gentofte’s Choir, under the direction of Ruben Munk.

  • Johan Bogren

    Johan Bogren was born and grew up in Linköping, Sweden. After graduating from the Music High School in Norrköping, Johan Bogren studied singing at Vadstena Folkhögskola, Birmingham Conservatoire and finally at the Royal College of Music, London.

    Johan Bogren has sung in the opera choirs at Glyndebourne, Opera Holland Park, The Royal Theatre, Copenhagen, and the Malmö Opera.

    As an ensemble singer he is permanently attached to Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir and Ensemble Syd. In 2006 Johan Bogren became a permanent member of Radio Denmark’s Concert Choir and has participated in several projects with the Radio’s Vocal Ensemble.

    Johan Bogren has appeared as a soloist at several oratory concerts both in Sweden and in England, and he has been awarded the Linköping Cultural Grant and the Östergötland County Cultural Grant.

  • Magnhild Korsvik

  • Peter Arnt Kløvrud

  • Mari Johanne Müller

  • Nana Bugge Rasmusen

    Already as a child Nana Bugge Rasmussen was greatly interested in singing, and so she got her first vocal training in the Childrens Choir of the Royal Danish Academy of Music, where she started only eight years old.
    Parallel to private vocal studies with opera singer Anne Margrethe Dahl, she studied philosophy at the University of Copenhagen from 2005 to 2007, where she got accepted both at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen, as well as at Universität der Künste, Berlin.She began her studies in Berlin, and continued in Copenhagen with Anne Margrethe Dahl and coach Christen Stubbe-Teglbjærg. In 2010 she gained her BA-degree from RDAM, and in 2013 her MA-degree, studying with voice-teacher Susanna Eken.She works with lied as well as opera and church music and is also a member of Holmens Vokalensemble, based i Holmens Church, Copenhagen.

  • Nils Greenhow

  • Merete Laursen

    Merete Laursen has a degree in musicology from Aarhus University 1998, after which she studied classical song at the Music Conservatory of Jutland, Aarhus; further studies with Dorthe Steensgaard, Tonny Landy and Klaus Møller. At the Opera Hedeland, Den Jyske Opera, the Gellerup Scene, Aarhus, and at the DANA Opera she has appeared in a number of operatic parts, and at the New Theatre, Copenhagen, she has sung big musical parts. In addition to her choir singing in Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir, Merete Laursen assists in the choirs at the Royal Opera, Den Jyske Opera, and the Radio Concert Choir, and has been an assistant in Ars Nova Copenhagen.
  • Sarah Maxted

  • Regina Unnur Ólafsdóttir

    Icelandic soprano Regina Unnur Olafsdottir has a degree in singing from the Royal Danish Conservatory, Copenhagen, 2009, where her teacher was Kirsten Buhl Møller. She also has a degree as a vocal coach from Complete Vocal Institute, Copenhagen.

    Regina Unnur Olafsdottir has sung concerts as a soloist and with choirs and ensembles in many countries, both in Europe and in the USA. In the Icelandic chamber Opera “Grettir” she sang the part of the saga heroine Spes.

  • Rebecca Forsberg Svendsen

  • Robert Lind

  • Silje Vatne Heggem

  • Staffan Liljas

    Staffan Liljas, bass-baritone, is equally at home on the concert and opera stage. This past year, he has been part of three critically lauded performances – first as Don Pedro in Berlioz’ Beatrice et Benedict at Läckö Slottsopera, then as the Badger in Janacek’s The cunning little vixen at Norrlandsoperan,and lastly performing Ligeti’s Aventures at Folkoperan.

    Staffan Liljas graduated the master’s program at the University College of Opera in Stockholm in 2012. He has been an avid choir singer since an early age, and has performed with over 80 different choirs, including the Swedish Radio Choir and the Eric Ericson Chamber Choir.

  • Victoria Meteyard

  • Sophie Thing-Simonsen

    Sophie Thing-Simonsen er studerende i solistklassen på Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium i København med debut november 2011. Som korsanger har hun erfaring fra både DRs Koncertkoret, Det Kongelige Operakor og Teater Hedeland.

    I efteråret 2011 varetager hun sopransoloen i Brahms “Ein Deutches Requiem”.

  • Torsten Nielsen

    Torsten Nielsen er baryton og uddannet med Diplomeksamen fra Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium i København. Videre studier hos bl.a. Anthony Rolfe Johnson.

    Han optræder som solist i værker som Faurés “Requiem”, Duruflés “Requiem”, J.S. Bachs passioner og “Juleoratorium”, Händels “Messias” og Griegs “4 salmer” for kor og baryton.

    Seneste optræden var i Arvo Pärts “Johannespassion” med Københavns Drengekor og Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen.

    Er desuden uddannet som kordirigent hos professor Dan-Olof Stenlund og medvirker ved flere cd-indspilninger både som dirigent og solist.

  • William Searle

  • Astrid Sandvand Dahlen
  • Andreas Halling
  • David Wijkman
  • Emanuel Roll
  • Edward Ananian Cooper
  • Erlend Tyrmi
  • Eve McGrath
  • Ingeborg Dalheim Crop
  • Emma Lewis
  • Danny Purtell
  • Jakob Skjoldborg
  • Lone Selchau
  • Jakob Soelberg
  • Hilde Gjermundsen
  • Daniel Carlsson
  • Jennie Lomm
  • Joel Nulsen
  • Jonathan Kroner Ingvald
  • Johan Bogren
  • Magnhild Korsvik
  • Peter Arnt Kløvrud
  • Mari Johanne Müller
  • Nana Bugge  Rasmusen
  • Nils Greenhow
  • Merete Laursen
  • Sarah Maxted
  • Regina Unnur Ólafsdóttir
  • Rebecca Forsberg Svendsen
  • Robert Lind
  • Silje Vatne Heggem
  • Staffan Liljas
  • Victoria Meteyard
  • Sophie Thing-Simonsen
  • Torsten Nielsen
  • William Searle

discography

Americana

With this concert the chamber choir invites the audience to a musical dream trip to America.

Ib Nørholm (f. 1931): Americana (1988)
David Lang: last spring (2015)
Geoffrey Gordon: Ode to a Nightingale for choir and cello. World premiere 
Samuel Barber (1910 – 1981): Agnus Dei (1941)
Contributors:
Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir, Toke Møldrup - cello, Ib Michael narrator, Mogens Dahl, conductor.

REFLECTIONS, CIRCLES, SPIRALES

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir examined the relationship between music and poetry on the NJORD Biennale 2018. The concert was a tribute to art and art’s ability to realise reflections in spoken word as well as in wordless music.

Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Ad Genua
Anna Cederberg-Orreteg: Music to Hear, Sonet 8
Benjamin Staern: Tranströmersange
Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Reflections
Lasse Thoresen: SolSirkler
Per Nørgård: Drømmesange
Anders Nordentoft: Tre vignetter

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir, Mathias Kjøller, Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen, Mogens Dahl, conductor.

ALL SAINTS 2017

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir All Saints Concert 2017

Ola Gjeilo (1978-): Tota pulchra es (2011)
Bent Sørensen (1958-): Crucifixus (2015)
Sven-David Sandström (1942-):  Tre sange til tekster af Rainer Maria Rilke WORLD PREMIERE 
Bernhard Lewkovitch (1927-): Requiem – for choir and organ (2011)
Johannes Brahms: Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Mühlseligen op 74, no. 1 (1877/1878)
Henry Gorecki (1933-2010): Totus Tuus (1987)
Sven-David Sandström (1942-) / Henry Purcell (1659-1695): Hear my prayer, o lord (1986)

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir – dir. Mogens Dahl. Organ: Søren Johannsen.

GOLDEN DAYS CONCERT

In collaboration with Golden Days, author Bjørn Bredal and Johan Borups Højskole, Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir presented in the autumn of 2017 a concert in which the music, the songs and the living word told a love story about Copenhagen.

Monteverdi: Ecco Mormorar l’onde
Monterverdi: Dolcemente dormiva
Ib Nørholm: Mine danske kilder
Lars Johan Werle: Sonetto 292
Lars Johan Werle: Sonetto Trentacinque
Carl Nielsen: Chaconne, op. 32
Bent Sørensen: I kurvestolen, i vintersolen + En gang om dagen
Bent Sørensen: 4 Strunge sange
Monteverdi: Sestina

LIGHT OF EASTER

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir interprets the drama of easter. May 2017

J. S. Bach: ‘Jesu, meine Freude’
Bent Sørensen: Miserere
J. S. Bach: Fra suite for cello i D-dur, BWV 1012
Geoffrey Gordon: Crucifixus
Arvo Pärt: Berliner Messe, for choir and organ

With:
Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir. Organ: Jakob Lorentzen. Cello: Toke Møldrup. Conductor: Mogens Dahl

STILLNESS OF THE NIGHT (2016)

Life is like a whistle in the wind – a spirit that plays its melodies through human existence. This is why we celebrate All Saint’s Even with song. We remember our dead, reconcile ourselves with the incomprehensible and celebrate the eternal stillness of the night.

César Geoffray: Triptyque Mariale 
Camille Saint Saëns: Deux Choeurs, Op. 68
Per Gunnar Petersson: An Anonymous Nun’s Prayer
Louis Vierne: Fra 24 Pièces de Fantasie
Frank Martin: Mass for Double Choir
Sven-David Sandström: O Sacrum Convivium

THE COSMIC TRIP

Nørgårds music in the seventies – concert from Golden Days Festival 2016

Athelas Sinfonietta and Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir presented a series of psychedelic works by Per Nørgård under Golden Days Festival theme on the seventies.

Wiigenlied (1. sats af Wie ein Kind)
Flos ut rosa floruit/ Blomst brød ud i rosenflor
Jorden er som et barn (“2. sats” af Wie ein Kind)
Mit Løv, mit lille træ

Trauermarsch min einem Unglücksfall (3. Sats af Wie ein Kind)
Drømmesange

MOGENS DAHL CHAMBER CHOIR: ‘THE PASSION OF ST JOHN’ (2016)

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir presents a gripping beautiful rendition of Easter’s eternal drama: The Passion of St John. This work is created in close collaboration with world-famous Swedish composer Sven-David Sandström and Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir’s artistic consultant, Jakob Holtze, who has composed the libretto.

Selected movements from the concert:

1. Choir – Darkness struck the face
4. St John, choir – About the same time
7. Choir, St John, Jesus – This was the dead land
9. St John, Jesus – I said: “Rabbi”
18. Jesus, choir -I will not leave you comfortless
24. St John, Jesus, Pilate, choir – The high priest then asked Jesus
26. Pilate, St John, Jesus – Behold the man!
42. St John, choir – On the following morning
45. St John, choir – Mary Magdalene later came to us
48. St John, choir – I have ascended to the highest in me

 

“ZEITGEIST IN CHURCH OF SAINT PETRI, COPENHAGEN – MOGENS DAHL CHAMBER CHOIR”

ZEITGEIST
In cooperation with author and commentator, Knud Romer, the Golden Days Festival, Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir and the Ekkozone Percussion Ensemble presented a concert with highlights from 500 years of German music and poetry.

Selected movements from the concert:
Brahms: Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Mühlseligen
Paul Hindemith: 6 Chansons
Per Nørgård: Drømmesange / Dream Songs
Brahms I Texts by Poul Heyse: Waldesnacht 

THE LIGHT OF ETERNITY

At this year’s traditional halloween concert, the Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir will celebrate the light of hope that is visible in darkness only.

With music by Weyse, Grieg and Sven-David Sandström, the program progresses from the light of morning to the fire of evening and concludes with the stunning Requiem by Gabriel Fauré which describes the eternal light and the singing of angles.

Program with links to the works:

HVAD EST DU DOG SKJØN
I HIMMELEN / IN HEAVEN
HVOR ER SÅ DEJLIGT SOM DIN KLODE
BLIV HOS OS NÅR DAGEN HÆLDER
GABRIEL FAURÉ: REQUIEM

NORDIC MASS – FIRST APPEARANCE IN DK

NORDIC MESSE is a new grand-scaled work by the Swedish composer Sven-David Sandström written especially for Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir and the Danish cellist Toke Møldrup.
It was first performed at the Bergen International Festival and first performed in Denmark d. June 16 in the Garnison Church. Nordic Mass is now available on CD from the publisher ExLibris. Read more here.

Selected movements:
Kyrie, Fem strofer till Thoreau
Gloria, En man från Benin
Credo, Espresso
Sanctus, Madrigal
Agnus Dei, Lamento

ENTICEMENT OF THE SILENCE

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir created in 2014 a quiet room for contemplation and inner silence in a concert program we called Enticement of the silence.

With:
Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir. Horn player: David M.A.P. Palmquist. Conductor: Mogens Dahl.

Programme with links to the works:

Ivor Gurney: Chant to Psalm 23
Kim André Arnesen: Even when he is silent
Maurice Duruflé: Quatre Motets
Donald Cashmore: My love is like a red, red rose, The Lark in the clear air
David M.A.P. Palmquist: Nocturne for horn
Francis Poulenc: Un soir de neige
Kim André Arnesen: O Sacrum Convivium (First Performance)
Per Gunnar Petersson: Aftonland
Eric Whitacre: Water Night

WIE EIN KIND

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir performs Per Nørgårds Wie ein Kind at the Danish Music Publishers’ Association’sanniversary celebration in 2011.

KOM DU LJUVA HJÄRTEVÄN

From the cd NORTH ROOM.
Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir. Klaus Tönshoff, clarinet. Exlibris 2010.

Kom, du ljuva hjärtevän (come, my dearest sweetheart)
Music: Adam de la Halle
Words: From Carmina Burana

OLA GJEILO: TOTA PULCHRA ES

The best recording I have ever heard of my works.
“I have had recordings of my music performed by some of the best choirs in the world, and I must honestly say that their recording of Tota Pulchra Es is the best recording I have ever heard of my works. There is an incredible diversity of expression and passion in the performance that is very seldom heard.”

Composer Ola Gjeilo, 2009

BERNHARD LEWKOVITCH: REQUIEM

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir live: first performance of Requiem by Bernhard Lewkovitch (b. 1927). Performed in Vejleå Church, Copenhagen. November 4th. 2012
Organ: Carsten Popp
Conductor: Mogens Dahl

Five parts:
Requiem
Kyrie
Sanctus
Agnus Dei
Lux æterna

STILL IS THE CHAMBER

From the cd NORTH ROOM.
Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir. Klaus Tönshoff, clarinet. Exlibris 2010.

Tyst är det rum (Still is the chamber)
Music: Gabriella Gullin
Words: Pär Lagerkvist

SANDSTRÖM / PURCELL

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir LIVE
Sandström / Purcell: Hear my Prayer, O Lord
Christians Church, Copenhagen, 3 November 2013
See the concert: http://goo.gl/c1ljiU

AD NONAM

Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir live: first performance of Ad nonam by Bernhard Lewkovitch (b. 1927). Performed in Vejleå Church, Copenhagen. November 4th. 2012

Parts:
In Monte Oliveti
Vinea mea
Caligaverunt
Jesum tradidit
Tenebrae (Ad nonam)

Lyrics from Tenebrae-responsoriums

STUDIES IN RED

Mogens Dahl Kammerkor / Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir
Studier i Rødt
Golden Days Festival 10. september 2013
Pressen – Politikens Hus

Program:
Theodor W. Adorno (1903-1969): Drei Gedichte von Theodor Däubler

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