Georg Streuber

Georg Streuber

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Georg Streuber's professional experience

  • 5 years
    11 months
    06/2008 - present

    Bariton, Sänger

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  • 1 year
    11 months
    06/2012 - present

    Sänger im Festspielchor

    Bayreuther Festspiele

  • 5 months
    02/2011 - 06/2011


    RIAS Kammerchor

Georg Streuber's educational background

  • 02/2011 - 06/2011

    Rias Kammerchor Berlin


  • 09/2007 - 01/2013

    Hochschule für Musik Dresden

    Gesang, Diplom

Languages spoken by Georg Streuber

  • German

  • English

  • Italian

  • French

Georg Streuber's organisations

  • RIAS Kammerchor
  • Dresdner Kammerchor
  • Rheinische Kantorei
  • Festspielchor Bayreuth

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  • Bach cantata CD released by Rondeau

    Christoph Genz Martin Petzold Georg Streuber
    Matthias Weichert Gewandhausorchester Thomanerchor Leipzig
    Thomaskantor Georg Christoph Biller

    The liturgical year with Johann Sebastian Bach: Rondeau Production and Deutschlandradio Kultur are currently releasing a ten-disc CD series with Thomanerchor Leipzig (St Thomas’s Boys Choir Leipzig). The choir presents selected cantatas for the liturgical year in new, vibrant recordings.

    The music for the liturgy holds a very special place at St Thomas’s Church Leipzig: even today, the church’s boys choir and the Gewandhausorchester (Gewandhaus Orchestra) perform a cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach every week. The present disc centres on the Trinity of God. Time and again, the Trinity has become the topic of painting, poetry, and music. The concept of this disc stands in this century-old tradition and gives insight into the musical representation of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost. In the liturgical year, Trinity Sunday marks the closing point of the three main Christian feasts of Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost.

    Johann Sebastian Bach composed the cantata Die Elenden sollen essen (BWV 75) for the First Sunday after Trinity. Written for performance on 30 May 1723, this cantata is Bach’s inaugural work in his new post as cantor at St Thomas Leipzig. The disc’s second cantata, Höchsterwünschtes Freudenfest (BWV 194), was performed on Trinity Sunday in the following year. It had, however, already been composed roughly half a year before, for the dedication of the organ at the church in Störmthal.

    Georg Christoph Biller, current cantor at St Thomas, performs the cantatas with extraordinary boys’ voices in the solo parts for soprano and alto, a sign of the new recording’s unique quality.

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