Sterkel

“Once you’ve heard Sterkel, you can understand Beethoven’s early works better,” says Werner Ehrhardt, who, with the orchestra l’arte del mondo, is focusing on rediscovered treasures from the period around 1800. more...

l’arte del mondo | RIAS Kammerchor

Funeral music is an inner-world response to an event in the outer world and, in contrast to music written to celebrate a birthday or coronation, has to express the solemnity of the occasion. Joseph Martin Kraus, who is sometimes referred to as more...

Michael Haydn‘s Requiem, Featuring the Bad Tölz Boys‘ Choir

The continued success of the concerts of l‘arte del mondo featuring the renowned Bad Tölz Boys‘ Choir under the musical direction of Werner Ehrhardt more...

Bach, Graupner, Telemann - Three Competitors for the Thomaskantor‘s Spot

As one of the pre-eminent lyric tenors of our time, Christoph Prégardien has worked with conductors such as more...

Voyage à Paris

Europe in the second half of the 18th century: The composers Eichner, Johann and Carl Stamitz, Cannabich, Richter, Toeschi, and others set out together on the arduous road from Germany to Paris with horse-drawn carriage. In those days more...

Good Friday in Assisi

In 2001, the Franciscan fathers of Assisi spoke to Olaf Krone and Werner Ehrhardt about a St. John Passion written for Assisi by Giovanni Paisiello (1740–1816). The work, the „Passio di Venerdi Santo“, had until then lain in the archives more...

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