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The MendelssohnKammerChor Berlin (English: MendelssohnChamberChoir Berlin) was named in September 2006 by Volkher Häusler, who had founded the choir in 1986 as Kreuzberger Kantorei. It is a semi-professional mixed choir which is located in Berlin. Volkher Häusler is its artistic director.

The repertoire ranges from early music to 20th-century classical music. Emphasis is made to the vocal music of the members of the Mendelssohn family, Fanny Hensel, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Arnold Mendelssohn. [1]

The MendelssohnKammerChor Berlin was involved in many commercial audio recordings for broadcasting, film und recording media [2] [3] and is member of the Chorverband Berlin (English: Choir Association of Berlin). [4] The choir performs regularly in the chamber music hall of the Berliner Philharmonie [5] [6] and has performed several world premieres of the German composer Volker Wangenheim. The choir also contributes to theatre projects, for example with artists such as Helge Leiberg. [7] The choir mainly gives concerts in the Berlin- Brandenburg area, but also has made concert tours to foreign countries.

The German pharmacologist Bruno Müller-Oerlinghausen is patron of the choir.


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