• Vocalforum Graz

    Ensemble for unique sound experiences

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Vocalforum Graz

The ensemble for unique sound experiences

Sound Collective

Handpicked artists with individual personalities and extraordinary voices merge to a sounding whole.

Concert experiences

Sound, light and movement. We make music experienceable with all senses.

Gesamtkunstwerke

We enter new musical territory and break boundaries: from the world premiere to bold new interpretations to the scenic concert.

News

 

HIMMELSLICHT – Portrait of composer Franz M. Herzog
9 October 2022 | 17:00 +19:30 Schlosskirche St. Martin, Graz

Vocalforum Graz
Instrumental ensemble
Dr. Michael Aschauer, moderation
On the occasion of Franz M. Herzog’s 60th birthday, the singers of Vocalforum Graz present selected compositions from the pen of their artistic director. The program includes the great “Missa lux caelestis”, “The Tyger” and a world premiere composed especially for this occasion.

TO THE SUN – Nothing more beautiful than being under the sun
13. May 2023 | 19:45 Schlosskonzerte Gleinstätten
14. May 2023 | 18:00 Schlosskirche St. Martin, Graz

Vocalforum Graz
Kurt Gober, Hang
Ninja Reichert, Recitation
Franz M. Herzog, conductor

Nothing more beautiful than being under the sun. New exciting choral music around the theme of the sun. Ninja Reichert recites texts by Ingeborg Bachmann, Kurt Gober plays spherical improvisations on the exotic instrument Hang.
more information to follow

THE NIGHTINGALE – Uģis PrauliņšPremiere of the German version
18. June 2023 | 20:00 Schlosshof St. Martin, Graz

In his new work “The Nightingale” for choir voices and recorder, Latvian composer Uģis Prauliņš sets Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale “The Emperor’s Nightingale” to colorful, varied and exciting music.

more information to follow

LET HIM KISS ME

A staged choral concert
Artistic direction: Franz M. Herzog

The famous “Song of Solomon” in settings by various composers, from the Middle Ages to the present.

Sun 12 June 2022 | St. Paul i. Lavanttal