Wolfgang Seeliger

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Wolfgang Seeliger

Wolfgang Seeliger (Heidelberg, May 30, 1946) is a German choral conductor.[1] With his Konzertchor Darmstadt he won the EBU Let the Peoples Sing prize in 1991, and he himself was awarded the Goethe-Plakette des Landes Hessen in 2006.

Selected Discography[edit]

For Christophorus (record label)

  • Max Bruch: Lieder für gemischten Chor, Konzertchor Darmstadt, Wolfgang Seeliger 2 CDs
  • Johannes Brahms: 26 Deutsche Volkslieder, Konzertchor Darmstadt, Seeliger
  • Kantaten & Lieder zur Weihnacht, Barbara Schlick, Konzertchor & Kammerorchester Darmstadt, Seeliger
  • Telemann: Matthäus-Passion (1746), Maria Zedelius, Browner, Blochwitz, Scharinger, Kammerorchester Darmstadt, Seeliger
  • Carl Amand Mangold: Abraham 2CDs

References[edit]

  1. ^ Who's who in the arts - Page 224 Otto J. Groeg - 1978 "SEELIGER Wolfgang, conductor (Kapellmeister) and choral dir.; b.: Heidelberg, May 30, 1946;"