Choir a cappella.
Young Chamber Choir Lucente
The Young Chamber Choir Lucente, founded in 2015, is made up of ambitious choir singers who work on challenging choral music together. The repertoire focus is on the romantic and modern.
The ensemble sang for Sven Helbig (ECHO Prize Winner) under the direction of Kristjan Järvi (MDR Symphony Orchestra, among others) at Elmau Castle, followed the invitation of internationally renowned choral conducting professor Martin Berger to visit South Africa and was invited in 2019 to the “chor.com” specialist meeting of the German choir scene.
A particular concern of the choir is to perform unknown music, sing about special concert venues and make choral music a new experience, thereby opening up deeper layers of meaning.
Picture © Junger Kammerchor Lucente
Ensemble Fenice was founded in 2009 by the singers on their own. It is dedicated to the female choir repertoire from the Renaissance to the Romantic period to the modern era, organizes its own concerts, but also performs on private occasions.
The ensemble worked among others with the composer Eva Sindichakis for the Munich Biennale and performed at the Munich aDevantgarde Festival with the world premiere of “Quodlibet” by Alexander Strauch.
Inga Brüseke has been leading the Ensemble Fenice since November 2019. During the Corona period, the collaboration produced a ‘Virtual Choir’ – https://youtu.be/XPFZIPv3omQ.
Picture © Ensemble Fenice
Inga Brüseke studied conducting in the master’s course. She works as a conductor and university lecturer in Germany and abroad. Rehearsals for Kristjan Järvi, Sven Helbig, Prof. Michael Alber and for Prof. Martin Berger among others complete her profile.
Inga Brüseke has worked with ensembles such as the chamber choir of the Trossingen University of Music, cantAnima Austria and ensemberlino vocale. In Munich she leads two semi-professional ensembles and works as a voice trainer and as a church musician in the Hadern parish association.
Her artistic work is characterized by the development of innovative concepts and the performance of seldom heard music. Other focal points are the conceptual area and concert dramaturgy. Since May 2021 she has also been the artistic director of the Baden-Württemberg Choir Academy.
Picture © Inga Brüseke