Some Bach and a world première

I am delighted to be joining the BAchCHor Wien once again as a soloist in their next concert, where I will have the honour of performing the world première of Wolfgang Gabriel’s “Der Strom”, a musical poem for chorus, soprano solo and orchestra

11 June 2022 19:00
Minoritenkirche Wien

Gabriel: Der Strom (world première)
Bach: Gloria (b minor mass)
Mozart: Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola, KV 364

Angharad Gabriel | Sopran
Maria Suntinger | Sopran
N.N. | Alt
Martin Fournier | Tenor
Ewald Nagl | Bass

Yuuki Wong | Violine
Tomasz Wabnic | Viola
Vienna Morphing Orchestra

Ernst Wedam

Singing on during a pandemic

A year on and we’re slowly coming out of our third lockdown here in Vienna. The times are unsettling for many of us and I have seen many changes over the course of the last 14 months … however, one thing hasn’t changed: my love of singing, discovering new parts of my voice and developing as a vocal performer. Most of this work has been done at home during the past year and I can’t wait for it to be possible for us all to get out there onto our stages. We’re nearly there and I hope we will all come to savour and value live performances even more than we did before.

Until then here’s a throwback to my first lockdown recording of Rusalka … hope you enjoy it!

World premiere of Gabriel’s “Magnificat”

It was a huge pleasure and honour for me to be able to give the world premiere performance of my father’s new composition for soprano, mixed chorus and small orchestra – Wolfgang Gabriel’s “Magnificat”. The performance was a great success and there will hopefully be an HD-video recording of the performance ready to upload shortly. Watch this space!
Meanwhile, German-speakers might like to read the Terz Magazin review here!


Father and daughter after the world premiere of Gabriel’s “Magnificat”, May 25 2013