Hermann Max

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born in 1941 in Goslar, Niedersachsen, Germany

Hermann Max

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Hermann Max (born 1941 in Goslar) is a German choral conductor.[1]

In 1977 he founded the Jugendkantorei Dormagen, which in 1985 became the basis of the Rheinische Kantorei and Das Kleine Konzert. In 1992 he founded the Knechtsteden Early Music Festival.[2]

The Rheinische Kantorei and Das Kleine Konzert under Max have a discography of over 100 recordings focussing on the German choral repertory, particularly the Bach family: J. S. Bach, W. F. Bach, W. F. E. Bach, J. C. F. Bach, J. C. Bach, C. P. E. Bach, the distantly related J. L. Bach, and the last of the composing Bachs J. M. Bach the Younger, as well as Telemann, Graupner, Hummel, Naumann, Andreas Romberg, Johann Heinrich Rolle and others.


  1. ^ European music directory Wolfgang von Collas - 2001
  2. ^ Knechtsteden Early Music Festival

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