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22/07 au 02/08 2014: Frieder Bernius and the Stuttgart Kammerchor!

Learn with Frieder Bernius and the Stuttgart Kammerchor!


The main characteristic of Frieder Bernius’ career has been his perpetual search for new scores, the practice of questioning traditional interpretations of European music and the fact of creating an unmistakable individual sound. Since he was convinced he could only successfully achieve his aims with his own ensembles, the organisation “Musikpodium Stuttgart” was formed under which Bernius’ activities were combined.

Furthermore he gained recognition for exposing to public attention to lesser known composers from the southwest of Germany with premiere performances of Jommelli, Knecht, Zumsteeg, Holzbauer or Kalliwoda and also Zelenka and Burgmueller. Recording these composers on CD was as important for him as the realization of the musical recordings of historically authentic performances.



Conducting technique and rehearsal technique. Interpretation class. Work on the score, with piano and with the clinic choir (active participants). Work with the tutti choir (with all participants).


  • Course 

Member : 355 €

Meals and accommodation : 211 €

Extra for individual room : 60 €



Working language : English.

The musical program  :  Bach - Fasch - Gottwald (Debussy and Ravel) will be sent to the participants three months before the Masterclass, and have to be prepared by all participants. The scores are not included in the cost of the Masterclass. All participants will receive an invitation to attend last concerts of the Festival des Choeurs Lauréats.


  • Accommodation

Centre À Cœur Joie Escapade

Holiday resort in Vaison-la-Romaine (France).

In triple rooms. Single room on request if available

  •  Registration deadline : May 30st 2014



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