professor of choral conducting at the Zurich University of the Arts, titular organist at Konstanzer Münster, founder and chief conductor of “ensemble cantissimo”
Professor for choral conducting, University of Missouri (USA)
Head of the Church Music Department Linz, Vice President of the Austrian National Church Music Commission, Conductor of the Wiener Motettenchor and head of the Uppar Austrian Church Music Conference
Pastor for the Sisters of the Cross in Hall in Tyrol, spiritual director and retreat work. Great interest in church music.
Studied composition in Vienna, London and Frankfurt. Winner of several prizes and awards (Publicity Prize of the Austro Mechana 1995, the International Anton Bruckner Composition Competition Linz 1997 and many more). In 1993 he was composer in residence of the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, London, 2011/12 composer in residence of the Vienna Concert Association. Since 1991 Wagner has been teaching composition at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.
Studied piano, organ (with Peter Planyavsky), church music, music direction (orchestra conducting, accompaniment and choral conducting) and composition. Active as a soloist on the piano and on the organ with various orchestras, numerous recordings for CD, TV and radio stations. Several years as director of music at the Stadttheater Klagenfurt. Teaching at the University of Music and Performing Arts. He is also an organist at St. Augustin and the Carmelite Church in Vienna.
Soloist at the Salzburg Festival, Bregenz Festival, Styriarte; collaboration with well-known conductors
The internationally renowned Viennese alto artist Cornelia Sonnleithner graduated with honors from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna as well as at the Music and Art University Vienna. She was a soloist at the Salzburg Festival and at the Vienna Volksoper and has a busy concert and church music activity at well-known festivals. Her wide-ranging repertoire includes all styles from the Renaissance to the Modern.
Vocal coach at the Wiener Singverein, guest clinician at many national and international choir conferences
Voice Professor at the University of Music Graz; leader of Pro Musica, Graz and the Choral Academy, Carinthia. Soloist (oratorio, contemporary opera)
Pianist, organist and collaborative pianist
in charge of organizing Laudate Dominum on behalf of the education center St. Hippolyt/St.Pölten