Conductor Klaus Mäkelä

Klaus Mäkelä © Marco Borggreve

Easter Concert: Bach's Mass in B minor

This concert was played:

  1. Klaus Mäkelä conductor
  2. Mari Eriksmoen soprano 1
  3. Alice Coote soprano 2/alto
  4. Anders Dahlin tenor
  5. Milan Siljanov bass
  6. Oslo Philharmonic Choir
  7. Øystein Fevang choir conductor

Klaus Mäkelä conducts the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir with soloists in J.S. Bach’s musical farewell note, Mass in B-Minor.

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) wrote the first part of what was going to be his Mass in B-Minor in 1733 and completed the Mass in 1749, just one year before his death. He never heard the work himself, and almost a century passed before the mass was performed in its entirety – in Leipzig in 1859.

Bach is often named as “the best composer of all time” and in Mass in B-Minor he dazzles the listener, whether the part is for a vocal soloist, solo instrument, smaller ensemble, choir or orchestra. His Mass is considered to be a synthesis of his whole composing life and one of his – and music’s – greatest masterpieces.

(Translation from Norwegian: Sarah Osa)


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  • Student: 150 - 270 NOK
  • Child: 150 NOK

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