DR Vocal Ensemble and Choir

Post is not available in the requested language For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language.The Danish Radio Choir is a professional choir with up to 74 singers, 41 participating on the present recording. The choir was formed in 1932 and is mainly involved in choral works with orchestra and oratorios especially as a part of the traditional Thursday concert in Danish Radio,…

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The Danish Radio Choir is a professional choir with up to 74 singers, 41 participating on the present recording. The choir was formed in 1932 and is mainly involved in choral works with orchestra and oratorios especially as a part of the traditional Thursday concert in Danish Radio, but often also in collaboration with orchestras in Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne and Hamburg. The choir has excelled in contemporary works like the world premiere of Per Nørgård’s Symphony no. 3 and major works of Henze and Sandström, among others. Together with Thomas Dausgaard and the Danish National Symphony orchestra the choir has performed and recorded a wide range of repertoire. In 2007 the choir was re-organized into the full time DR Vokalensemblet (18) and part time DR Koncertkoret (56), with Fredrik Malmberg as principal conductor and Stephen Layton as principal guest conductor. mars 2009