35 Musicians transported their listeners into the world of christmas

35 musicians transported their listeners into the world of christmas

Karl-heinz hofmann at the nicholas concert of the weibenbrunn music society in the packed dreieinigkeitskirche, the wind orchestra took the audience musically all the way to the arctic. This event has a long tradition in the beer village and took place for the 30th time. Times instead of.

Pastor christoph teille was proud of the weibenbrunn music society in his eulogy. As he looked through the rows of 35 active instrumentalists, he was particularly pleased to see many young faces. The music club was represented by the youth orchestra and the main orchestra.

From seven to 75 years

Conductor marco plitzner had rehearsed an appealing program with both orchestras. Musicians between the ages of seven and 75 were involved in the action. The concert was opened by the youth orchestra with the children's christmas carol "eine kerze leuchtet weit" ("a candle shines wide") and "the christmas song opened from the 1960s.

The coarse orchestra shone with beautiful christmas songs, but also with unusual contributions and some remarkable solos. At the "st. Stephen's chorale" julia jakob (trumpet) and saskia porzelt (french horn) stood out as soloists.

The orchestra left for spain with "pavane in blue. It is the melody of a slow, courtly dance from spain, in which maximilian teig (flugelhorn) and ninette soyez-plitzner (saxophone) played as soloists.

During the musical piece "christmas delights the solo of fritz wohlrath on the clarinet sounded expressive. In addition to an international christmas medley, the orchestra captivated the audience with its pure sound and other beautiful christmas carols from many countries.

Before the finale, the main orchestra formed up to congratulate pastor christoph teille and trumpeter maja knochel, both of whom had their birthdays on nicholas day. Finally "daughter of zion" was sung together played. White christmas" followed as an encore. At the end there was a long standing ovation for the two orchestras.

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