Thursday October 19 | 20:30
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Concert length
Two Hours, incl. intermission
Acapella Concert

A Special Concert with the Monteverdi Choir (Hamburg), conducted by Gothart Stier, with beautiful works by Bach, Monteverdi, Mendelssohn, Scarlatti and Schütz.
Supported by Goethe-Institute






Part I –  Music of German and Italian Baroque


Monteverdi Psalm 98 „Cantate Domino canticum novum“

Oh sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous things!          Motet for 6 voices


Scarlatti – Missa Innocentia: Kyrie

For 4 voices


Bach  Unser Leben ist ein Schatten

Our life is like a shadow

Motet for two choirs a 6 and 3 voices


Monteverdi  Psalm 112 „Laudate pueri, Dominum”

Praise the Lord, ye servants: O praise the name of the Lord.       
Motet for 6 voices


Heinrich Schütz – German Magnificat                                      

For two choirs a 4 voices


ScarlattiPsalm 81 “Exsultate deo”

Motet for 4 voices


Monteverdi  Psalm 147 “Lauda Jerusalem, Dominum”

Praise the Lord, o Jerusalem: praise thy God, o Sion.

Part II –  German romantic choral music


Mendelssohn Psalm 100 “Jauchzet dem Herrn, alle Welt”

Shout to the Lord all the earth.

Motet for 4-8 voices


Brahms  Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Mühseligen?

Wherefore is light given to him that is in misery

Motet for 4-6 voices        


Mendelssohn  – Psalm 43 „Richte mich Gott“           

Do me justice, O God, and fight my fight against a faithless people;       

Motet for 8 voices


Mendelssohn – Four songs for a four-part choir

Morning prayer
Early spring

The nightingale



Brahms Three songs for 4 and 6 voices

Wake up, my heart’s fairest

Evening Serenade

Darkness of the woods