Eva-Maria Salomon founded this choir in 1987, as part of a commemoration ceremony for the deceased that was composed by medical students at the university. About 40 singers from various faculties now practice choir pieces of all genres, each Tuesday from 8–10 pm in the Institute for Medical History and Science Research. The choir holds four concerts annually, and has performed A Capella pieces like Cantus Missae by Rheinberger, choir symphonies such as the Bach Magnificat, Handel’s The Messiah and Acis and Galatea, the Requiem by Fauré, Haydn’s Harmony Mass, and the Mass in A flat major by Schubert. The choir has a lively exchange programme with other European choirs and has been on concert tours to Vienna, Liechtenstein, Copenhagen, and Gothenburg.
For information on the current programme and practice sessions, please visit the choir’s Website: http://www.unichor-luebeck.de