The Ensemble: A fix point in Salzburg’s cultural life
Founded in 1983, Salzburg Bach Choir developed into an internationally sought after vocal ensemble under its first conductor Howard Arman. It soon distinguished itself by a high measure of flexibility through cast as well as choral joint tone. The concert repertoire includes several epochs of musical history, reaching from vocal music of the Renaissance to works of the 21st century. Alois Glassner leads the choir since 2003.
Since more than 20 years the choir is a fix point in Salzburg’s musical life: The ensemble stages regularly at the Mozart Week of the International Mozarteum Foundation, the Salzburg Festival, and at concerts of the Salzburg Bach Society. The ensemble also impressed internationally at guest concerts in Germany, France, Italy, Greece and Spain.