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Hans-Ulrich Henning | Christophorus-Jugendkammerchor Versmold
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Ravensberger Str 33
33775 Versmold

Chordirektor ICV
Chorleiter des Christophorus-Jugendkammerchor Versmold (AMJ- und EUROPA-CANTAT-Mitglied).
Fachleiter Musischer Zweig des Christophorus-Gymnasiums Versmold.
Staatl.gepr. Gesanglehrer, Solosänger (Tenor)
1. Tenor im renommierten VOKALQUARTETT DROPS
MUSIKALISCHE VITA 25.03.1950 Geboren in Gütersloh 1961-1969 Mitglied der Stiftskantorei Gütersloh (Leitung: Gottfried Wagner), Stimmbildung bei Carl Theodor Hütterott (Gesangspädagoge, Komponist) 1969-1974 Studium der Schulmusik an der Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover Chorleitung und Orchesterdirigieren: Prof. Heinz Hennig. 1974-1976 Studium der Germanistik (Lehramt an Gymnasien) an der Universität Münster. 1975-1980 Gesangsstudium bei Prof. Peter Ziethen an der Musikhochschule Detmold, Abt. Münster (Meisterkurse bei Erika Klöth, Peter Ziethen), seit 1979 Musiklehrer am Gymnasium der Jugenddorf-Christophorusschule Versmold, z.Zt. Oberstudienrat für Musik MUSIKALISCHE AKTIVITÄTEN 1974-1979 Honorarlehrkraft an der Musikschule Beckum-Warendorf e.V. für Horn, Trompete und Grundausbildung 1974-1977 Assistenz beim Städt. Musikverein Gütersloh (Oratorienchor, Leitung: MD Matthias Büchel) - 1975-1978 Leitung des ''Collegium Cantorum Gütersloh''; (Kammerchor, u.a. Konzertreisen Schweiz und Rumänien) - 1978-1989 Tenor im ''Collegium Vocale Detmold'' (Solistenensemble mit Contratenor, 2 Tenören, Bariton, Bass. Vokalmusik des Mittelalters und der Renaissance, Konzerte und Rundfunkproduktionen in Deutschland, Österreich und Großbritannien) - 1979-1992 Leitung des Bläserkreises Versmold (Blechbläserensemble, mehrfacher Preisträger) - 1983-1993 Initiierung und Leitung des ''CJD-Orchester'' (Bundesweites Jugendsinfonieorchester des Christlichen Jugenddorfwerks Deutschlands, Konzerte bundesweit, u.a. Berliner Philharmonie, Gürzenich Köln, Beethovenhalle Bonn, Theater Gera) - 1995 Teilnahme am Europäischen Chorleitersymposium (IFCM) in Ljubljana Workshopleitung beim VDS (Zielgruppe Chorleiter): ''S(w)ingende Stimmen: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen des Jazz- und Popgesangs in der Schule'' - 1997-2001 Stimmbildner beim Oratorienchor ''Musikgemeinschaft Marl'' - 2000-2003 Juror bei den Berliner Festspielen (Wettbewerb ''Schüler machen Lieder'' und ''Treffen Junge Musikszene'') - Seit 1979 Leitung des Christophorus-Jugendkammerchor Versmold. Zum Vokalbereich der Jugenddorf-Christophorusschule gehört auch der Christophorus-Kinderchor (unter gleicher Leitung). Zwei professionelle Stimmbildner unterweisen alle ChorsängerInnen. Chor ist im Rahmen des Musischen Zweiges Pflichtfach, in der Klasse 9 und 10 versetzungswirksames Unterrichtsfach. In der Oberstufe wird der Vokalpraktische Grundkurs angeboten. - Aufbau des Musischen Zweiges mit Vokalbereich und Orchesterschule - Solistische Tätigkeit als Tenor (u.a. Mozart-/Haydn-Messen, Weihnachtsoratorium/Bach, Lobgesang/Mendelssohn, Orff/Carmina Burana) - Seit 1980 Tenor im ''Vokalquartett Drops'' (Solistenensemble mit TTBarB und Pianist. Klassikparodien, Kabarett- und literarische Chansons, Vocal-Jazz, Evergreens. Über 600 Konzerte, Funk- und TV-Produktionen, 5 CD-Produktionen, Schleswig-Holstein-Festival u.a., Kreuzfahrentertainment im *****Sterne-Bereich. - Seit 1983 Mitglied im bundesweiten Fachausschuss ''Musische Bildung'' des Schulträgers ''Christliches Jugenddorfwerk Deutschlands''. Hier Supervision Vokalbereich und Mitorganisator der zweijährlichen ''Musischen Festtage'': Großveranstaltung mit 1500 Jugendlichen. Planung und Durchführung von Konzerten (Showtime bis Kirchenkonzert). - Seit 1999 Juror beim Wettbewerb ''Jugend musiziert'' (Solo- und Ensemblegesang) Mitglied bei: Europa Cantat, AMJ, IFCM, VDS - Chordirektor ICV
CHRISTOPHORUS-YOUTH-CHOIR VERSMOLD, Germany Conductor: Hans-Ulrich Henning - Voicetrainer: Sibylle Henning Hans-Ulrich Henning founded the choir in 1979 together with pupils of the Christophorus School in Versmold. Key competency in the arts lies at the centre of the schools education system of the ''Christian Association of Youth Villages''. The choir, with six hours of rehearsals, professional vocal training and frequent week-long choir camps, enjoys exceptionally good opportunities for development. Thus, it is not surprising that the choir has won numerous first prizes in national and international competitions, amongst them the Grand Prix in Olomouc / Czech Republic in 1993. Its numerous choral partnerships feature bilateral projects, like for example the German-Latvian performance of ''Miserere'' by G. Donizetti in the Riga Cathedral. The choir has cooperated with WDR (West German Broadcasting Corporation) for many years, e.g. with the world premiere of a choral jazz piece, and frequently participates in its Christmas concerts. In 1985, 2002 and 2010 the choir was a finalist in the German Choral Competition; in 1997 it represented Germany at the first International Youth Choir Festival in the cultural capital Thessaloniki. In 2001 the choir was awarded the highly remunerative ''Bruno-Kleine-Grant'' for exemplary and lasting youth work. In 2002, within the framework of the AMJ (Working Group for Music and the Young) project ''Composers compose for children's and youth choirs'', it gave the world premiere of a piece by the Munich composer Max Beckschäfer. In 2004 the choir gave a guest performance in Kaunas in Lithuania as the only amateur ensemble at the ''IX Pazaislio Muzikos Festivalis''. In 2006 the choir was selected for the ''6th International Youth Chamber-Choir-Meeting Usedom''. In 2007 the choir represented Germany in Aberdeen, Scotland, at the world-largest Youth Culture Festival ''WORLD YOUTH FESTIVAL OF ARTS''. 2009 represented the choir North Rhine-Westphalia during the German Festival ''Schools Make Music'' in Hamburg. Winner of Goldmedal and Special Award for best dramatics at the IV. International Festival of Advent and Christmas Music, Bratislava. The choir is a member of: EUROPA CANTAT and AMJ The programs of the Christophorus Youth Chamber Choir include sacral and secular choir pieces from the Renaissance to the modern music as well as sophisticated arrangements of the light music - from a cappella to the pieces accompanied by the orchester. The vocal diversity confirms that at all times and in all places the singing is accorded a special social value - in line with the choir motto: ''Singing is breathing, breathing is living!'' The spiritual repertoire includes compositions to praise God: from ''Exultate Domino'' by Scarlatti (16th century) to the modern ''Cantate Domino'' by Miskinis or ''O be joyful'' by Rutter. The secular literature choice is also characterized by the diversity of styles and periods of the choir music and invites to listen and compare: a madrigal ''Now is the month of maying'' by Morley and ''The slow spring'' by the Dane John Hoybye. Or a different representation of ''Zigeunerleben'' by Schumann and Kodaly. The internationality of the choir shapes its repertoire (see homepage); pieces from many different countries are performed in their original languages!
Choir director ICV Hans-Ulrich Henning made his first choir experience between 1961 and 1969 in the boy's choir of the ''Stiftskantorei Gütersloh'', studied from 1969 to 1974 school music at the University of Music and Drama in Hannover (choir and orchestra directing with Prof. Heinz Hennig). Between 1975 and 1980, vocal studies with Prof. Peter Ziethen followed at the College for Music Detmold, which were successfully completed with the federal singing teacher examination. Further experiences: - Music teacher at the academic high school of the ''Jugenddorf-Christophorus Schule'' in Versmold. - Soloist work as tenor in church music context as well as in the renowned vocal quartet DROPS. - Choir directing assistantship and voice teacher for several oratorios choirs, director of the ''Collegium Cantorum Gütersloh'', the ''Vokalkreis VHS Warendorf'' and of the ''CJD Orchestra'', - leader of workshops for choir directors, jury member for ''Jugend musiziert'' and for the ''Berliner Festspiele''. - Implementation of the artistic branch at the academic high school of the ''Jugenddorf- Christophorus Schule'' in Versmold.
1981 D Germany: Nationwide Musical Competition of the CJD (Bayreuth/D) 2nd Prize 1983 D Germany: Nationwide Musical Competition of the CJD (Braunschweig, Berlin/D) 1st Prize 1984 D Germany: Competition for Youth-Choirs of NRW, Köln/D, 1st Prize 1985 D Germany: Nationwide Musical Competition of the CJD, 1st Prize (Neustadt+Mainz/D) D Germany: Finalist of the 2. German Competition for Choirs, Hannover/D 1987 D Germany: Nationwide Musical Competition of the CJD (Siegen/D) 1st Prize D Germany: Competition for Youth-Choirs of NRW, Mühlheim/D, 1st Prize 1989 D Germany: Nationwide Musical Competition of the CJD (Ludwigsburg/D) 1st Prize 1990 D Germany: World première of Jazzchoir-Pieces in cooperation with the WDR Broadcasting Company, Köln 1993 D Germany: WDR-Broadcasting-Competition ''Music with pupils'' 1st Prize CZ Czech Republic: Competition ''Iuventus Mundi Cantat'' Olomouc/CZ: Winner of ''GRAND PRIX!'' 1994 LV Latvia: Binational Project ''Donizetti, Miserere'' for Choir and Orchestra in cooperation with Latvian Broadcasting Company 1996 B Belgium: 44th European Music Festival for the Youth Neerpelt/B, 1st Prize A Austria: 2nd International Choir-Competition Salzburg/A, 1st Prize 1997 D Germany: German Festival ''Schools Make Music'', Lübeck Representative of North Rhine Westfalia GR Greece: 1st European Youth Chorale Festival Thessaloniki (European Cultural Capital 1997), Representative of Germany 1998 B Belgium: 46th European Music Festival for the Youth Neerpelt/B, 1st Prize 2001 D Germany: 6th Choir-Competition of NRW, Hamm, 1st Prize B Belgium: 50th European Music Festival for the Youth Neerpelt/B, 2nd Prize D Germany: Finalist of the 6th German Competition for Choirs, Osnabrück D Germany: World première with a composition of Max Beckschäfer in cooperation with AMJ and DEUTSCHLANDRADIO (Broadcasting Company), Wolfenbüttel 2003 E Spain: Festival EUROPA CANTAT XV, Barcelona 2004 LT Lithuania: 9th Pazaislis Music Festival Kaunas (Participation as the only amateur-choir!) 2007 D Germany: Nationwide Competition for Youth-Choirs: ''4. Erwitter Kinder-und Jugendchorwettbewerb 2007'', 2nd Place GB Scotland: 35th Aberdeen International Youth Festival ''THE WORLD FESTIVAL OF YOUTH ARTS'' Representative of Germany 2009 D Germany: German Festival ''Schools Make Music'', Hamburg, Representative of North Rhine Westfalia D Germany: 8th Choir-Competition of NRW, Bonn 1st Prize SK Slovakia: IV. International Festival of Advent and Christmas Music, Bratislava - Goldmedal and Special Award for best dramatics 2010 D Germany: Choir-Competition ''Jugend singt'' (Youth sings) of the NRW Choir Association, Lüdenscheid - Goldmedal and Special Award for best interpretation of compulsory piece. D Germany: Finalist of the 8th German Competition for Choirs, Dortmund 2011 DK Dänemark: Europa Cantat International Singing Week, Holstebro