Kammerkoret Audite

Kammerkoret Audite Kammerkoret Audite is a chamber choir from Denmark. Founded in 1983, they sing Danish and international choral music, both a cappella and with organ and orchestra. The choir performs regularly in the Copenhagen area and throughout Denmark, and they have made numerous concert tours abroad, including to Scotland, the Faroe Islands and most recently in 2008 to Gotland in Sweden.

Audite are conducted by Beate Willma, who has worked at opera houses in Stuttgart and London, as a researcher and university lecturer at King’s College London and as a choir conductor, organist and singer in Stuttgart, London and Copenhagen.

Audite’s recent major performances include Fauré Requiem, Dvorák Mass in D, Haydn Kleine Orgelmesse, Mozart Misericordias Domini, Britten Rejoice in the Lamb, Fynsk forår (Springtime in Funen) by Carl Nielsen and ‘The Spring’ from Haydn’s The Seasons. 2009 saw the performance of two of J. S. Bach’s Double Motets and Vaughan Williams’ Mass in G Minor for double choir.

Audite will be singing a programme of Scandinavian romantic choral music, including works by Grieg and Nielsen.

For further information, see www.audite.dk.