Martin Berger and the Stellenbosch University Chamber Choir have been awarded Best Classical Music Production of the Woordfees 2015. We are surprised, humbled but excited to get such a prestigious recognition of our work! Our thanks go to Marthinus Basson, Hugo Theart, Chris Pienaar and...View
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Martin is one of the most popular, versatile and successful German choir conductors and combines artistic practice and academic teaching at a high level. He teaches at the University of Stellenbosch and lives in South Africa and Germany.
“Bloed and Rose”, a multimedia theatre production presented at Aardklop Festival 2014 in Potchefstroom with Marthinus Basson (Director), Martin Berger (Musical Director) and the SU Vocal Ensemble was awarded with a Fiesta for the best South African theatre production in 2014. Marthinus Basson was awarded...View
Saturday, 24.01.2015, 09:00 – 17:00 NG Kerk Stellenbosch-Wes, 3 Alexander Street Martin Berger, Choral Conducting Lauren Dasappa, Voice training Schola Cantorum, Choir in Residence After the great success of the first Stellenbosch Choral Music Workshop in November 2014, the Stellenbosch Kunswedstryd and Stellenbosch University’s Division...View
Choral Music in South Africa is on a high level and in great demand. South African children’s and youth choirs are amongst the best in the world. However, teachers ask for more and regular training, workshops and exchange possibilities. Die Stellenbosch Kunswedstryd and Stellenbosch University’s...View
VoCantus reloaded! Sat., 03.01.2015, 19 Uhr, Kirche Maria-Himmelfahrt, Marpingen Sun, 04.01.2015, 16 Uhr, Kirche St. Agatha, Merzig-Merchingen From 2nd – 4th of January 2015 Martin Berger will be working again with VoCantus, a semi-professional Vocalensemble from Germany. Choral Music of an outstanding quality will expect...View
Theaterchoir or Choral theater? Tom Lanoye’s “Bloed en rose” as a South African premiere Marthinus Basson, Director Martin Berger, Musical Direction Hugo Theart, Producer Stellenbosch University Vocal Ensemble Text: Tom Lanoye Music: Dominique Pauwels Tom Lanoye’s impressive play was one of the highlights of the...View