ENSEMBLES 2017

MiniSeestimmen

mini-Seestimmen Kinderchor

 

Established 2015. With the aspect of providing a musical program for kids in Europe’s biggest urban development area, the children’s choir MiniSeestimmen has been established in 2015. Under the direction of Eva Klebel and Andrea Steger currently 20 kids are singing together once a week. With literature from children’s songs, folk music from different countries and cultures and even musical theatre performances, a broad sprectrum of choral education is covered.

 

 

Andrea Steger

Andrea Steger

Choir director

Born 1991 in Bruneck (South Tyrolia, Italy). First musical experience on the violin at the music school of Sand in Taufers. Attendance of middle school Dr. J. Röd in the city of Bruneck with focus on musical studies and versatile musical education (violin, piano, organ and voice training) at Pädagogisches Gymnasium Bruneck. Member of the South Tyrolean Youth Symphony Orchestra for 3 years. After high school, two years of studies in the field of sacred music at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (mdw). Since 2011 undergraduate studies of psychology and pedagogic diploma studies of Italian and Music Education (main subject choral conducting with Alois Glassner). Member of high class university ensembles (Webern Kammerchor der mdw).

 

 

 

 

Eva Klebel

Eva Klebel

Choir director

Born in Linz (Upper Austria). First musical experiences with recorder and trombone. Educational focus on music at the Hamerlinggymnasium (starring in music theatre programs, choral education, violin). After graduation, one year service at the Austrian Red Cross (ARC in Wels). Currently studying a pedagogic diploma course in Physical Education and Music Education (main subject choral conducting with Alois Glassner). Also directing the Choir of Singkreis Matzen.

 

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Music repertoire

 

Markus Pfister (*1960) / Detlev Jöcker (*1951),
Arr. Bernhard Jaretz (*1991)
  Der Regenbogenfisch (for Piano, Violin, Cello and Percussion)
Bernhard Jaretz (*1991)   Die Zugabe