Conductor of the KlangVerwaltung

Founded by the two violinists Andreas Reiner and Josef Kröner in 1997, the objective of this orchestra has always been the adequate realization of conductor Enoch zu Guttenberg's extraordinary musical concepts.

Even though its unusual name, which is supposed to illustrate the "fiduciary", i.e. responsible administration of music, was the center of attention at the beginning, it soon became quite clear that a new elite orchestra had walked on stage, which is not only familiarized with the historic performing techniques of the baroque and early classical repertoire.

Highly virtuoso ensemble playing, extraordinary soloist skills, immensely colorful tonal possibilities, and a very unusually committed habit have presented the orchestra with extremely positive reviews, as well as with huge popularity.

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Co-operation with other orchestras:

NDR Radio Symphony Hamburg
MDR Symphony Orchestra
Symphony Orchestra of the Saarländischer Rundfunk
Bayerisches Staatsorchester
Deutsche Oper am Rhein
Bach Collegium Munich
Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra
Nouvel Orchestre Philharmonique Paris
Young German Philharmonic
Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg
Sinfonia Varsovia
Hof Symphony Orchestra
Cappella Istropolitana

KlangVerwaltung