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RAIMUND MINARSCHIK

The tenor Raimund Minarschik was born in Munich and graduated there at the Musikhochschule as a teacher and pianist. He had his singing training with Peter Ulrich and Markus Goritzki, going on to teach song accompaniment and continue his vocal training with Heinz Schmidtpeter and Jutta Bethsold, as well as studying orchestral and choral conducting. In addition to his work as a music teacher, he enjoys a busy concert career as a pianist, tenor soloist and ensemble singer in the Bavarian Radio Concert Choir, the Leipzig Gewandhaus Chamber Choir, now known as the Immortal Bach Ensemble and the Collegium Vocale Gent. His repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the modern, with a special preference for baroque oratorio.

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