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Jochen M. Arnold (Choral Conductor)

Born: 1967 - Germany

The German choral conductor, Jochen M. Arnold, studied protestant theology and church music in Tübingen, Rome and Stuttgart.

As documented on numerous CD and radio recordings, his repertoire encompasses the most important choral and orchestral works of the 16th through 20th centuries. Jochen M. Arnold was a choirmaster and curate in Reutlingen and completed his doctorate with a theological work on the liturgy at the University of Tübingen. After teaching at the Protestant church seminary in Stuttgart, he was appointed in 2004 to the Michaeliskloster Hildesheim (Evangelical Center for Divine Worship and Church Music of the Lutheran Church of Hannover). He is responsible for training students of church music and the liturgy, teaches choral conducting at Hildesheim University, and directs both the university choir (Unicanto) and the Hildesheim Collegium musicum.

Source: Carus-Verlag Website (2008)
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (February 2010)

Jochen M. Arnold: Short Biography | Gli Scarlattisti | Recordings of Vocal Works

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