Eight singers from Munich with one goal: to combine the art of a cappella music with the aesthetic of the solo voice. In the space between solo and tutti, individuality and voice blending, con and senza vibrato, the ensemble finds its characteristic sound. The eight vocalists know each other from years of singing in Munich’s professional church ensembles and many are graduates of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Influenced by the various artistic biographies of the musicians, vodeon’s repertoire has but one criterion: regardless of style, era, or language, it must be music into which the artists can breathe life, and by which the audience can be moved.
Soprano: Caroline Adler, Murni Suwetja
Alto: Clara Horbach, Hana Katsenes
Tenor: Thomas Baron, Berthold Schindler
Bass: Maximilian Höcherl, Manuel Winckhler
Artistic Director: Thomas Baron
News & Updates
We're headed to the Deutscher Musikwettbewerb in Leipzig! With a four-person line-up, we've prepared 90 minutes of music from a variety of eras and styles. Come out to one, two, or all three of our concerts entitled "Road to Leipzig: A Cappella with vodeon!" The performances are free, but donations are accepted to help us fund our project!
-Thursday, February 23rd at 7:00 pm in Munich-Haidhausen: Eggernstraße 5.
-Saturday, February 25th at 11:00 am in Munich-Fasanerie: Pfarrsaal St. Christoph. Am Blütenanger 7, Munich.
-Sunday, February 26th at 11:30 am: Matinee in Fürstenfeldbruck - Gnadenkirche. Am Sulzbogen 18, Fürstenfeldbruck.
Our line-up for these concerts:
- Anna-Lena Elbert, Soprano
- Hana Katsenes, Mezzo-soprano
- Berthold Schindler, Tenor
- Israel Martins dos Reis, Baritone
We had an amazing Workshop weekend with Paul Phoenix and Purple Vocals, 14-16 May! Now, we're looking ahead to our next concert on 5 June, 2016 in the Gnadenkirche in Fürstenfeldbruck... don't miss In des Himmels Ferne at 7:30 pm!
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