Europe sings Mozart

3rd European-Mass-Project-Venice 2024 

Chiesa Santa Maria del Rosario - Gesuati, Venice

Friday, May 10th and Saturday, May 11th 2024

W.A.Mozart mass in D major, KV194 for choir, soloists and orchestra

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After the successful start in 2022, there will again be the opportunity to take part in a very special church music project in Venice in 2024. Singers from all over Europe will sing Mozart's mass in D major KV 194 for choir, soloists and orchestra in the church of Santa Maria del Rosario ('Gesuati') on 11th May 2024.

After registration you will receive the sheet music and audio files to pre-rehearse the mass. This is essential and a pre-requisite to participation.

In Venice the choir rehearsals will start in the afternoon on Friday, 10th May. The dress rehearsal with the soloists and the orchestra will take place on Saturday and at 18:30 pm the mass will be perfomed.

Price: 149€ (exkl. accommodation/meals) 100€ students til 26 years, free und 18

10€ from each registration will be donated to a social project

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Chiesa Santa Maria del Rosario - Gesuati Church

Adress of the church:

Chiesa Santa Maria del Rosario - Gesuati

Fondamenta Zattere Ai Gesuati
30123 - Venezia

Conductor and Project Manager

Hannes Fromhund (Krems, Austria)

Organ and Harpsichord studies at the Mozarteum and the University of Music in Vienna. Studies Choral and Ensemble conducting, course for breathing, voice and movement education. Voice technique at the CVI (Complete Vocal technique Institut) in Copenhagen.

Teaching activities at different courses. (Organ, Harpsichord, baroque chamber music, vocal formation and voice hygiene). Founder and director of the choirs 'Cantus Vivendi' (Langenlois, Austria), and the 'Childrens Choir Krems'

International concerts as a soloist and in ensembles. In recent years working as a voice technician in many cities of Austria and Germany (Vienna, Graz, Munich, Stuttgart, Cologne, Berlin, Hamburg and many more)

Founder and director of the Monteverdi Madrigal Week Venice