Marie Luise Werneburg
As a soloist Marie Luise Werneburg is specializing in music of the renaissance and baroque. She has given concerts world-wide with Vocal Consort Tokyo, Musica Fiata, Bell’Arte Salzburg, Rheinische Kantorei, the Lauten Compagney, Berlin and Weser Renaissance.
Marie Luise Werneburg grew up in Dresden as daughter of a musically interested church minister and initially studied organ and choir direction in her home city before she was awarded a scholarship from the Evangelischen Studienwerkes Villigst to study singing at the University of the Arts in Bremen from which she graduated. During this time she gained valuable ensemble experience from working with the Dresdener Kammerchor, RIAS Kammerchor and Collegium Vocale Gent.
As a soloist specializing in music of the renaissance and baroque she has given concerts world-wide with Vocal Consort Tokyo, Musica Fiata, Bell’Arte Salzburg, Rheinische Kantorei, the Lauten Compagney, Berlin and Weser Renaissance.
With chambermusic partners -the harpsichordist Elina Albach, viola da gamba player Hille Perl and Sirius Viols - she has performed at the Köthener Bachtage and Renaissance Tage Zürich. Furthermore she has also appeared at many other festivals such as Styriarte Graz, Bachstiftung St. Gallen, Ansbacher Bachfest, Bachfest Leipzig and Utrecht Early Music Festival.
Her performances are documented on numerous radio and CD recordings among others together with Klaus Mertens ("Himmlische Weynacht"), Dominik Wörner (Graupner Dialogue Cantatas) or beside Dorothee Mields on the complete works of Heinrich Schütz recording under Hans-Christoph Rademann.
Marie Luise Werneburg has taught at University of the Arts in Bremen and currently teaches at the Hochschule für Musik Hans Eisler in Berlin; she also given master courses for the Vocal Consort Tokyo.
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„Wol dem der sich vergnügt“ - songs of the 17th century
with Thomas Boysen - lute
Mancherley Freuden - songs by Johann Gottlieb Naumann
with Sebastian Knebel
DIAPHENIA - Love songs from England over three centuries
with chamber ensemble
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Leipzig, Thomaskirche "Motette"
J. S. Bach: Kantate BWV 88
Ltg. David Timm