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Fabian Enders

Fabian Enders
Fabian Enders (*1986) holds posts as artistic director of the Sächsischer Kammerchor, the Mitteldeutsche Virtuosen, and the Sächsische Solistenvereinigung. As a conductor, he also regularly works with the RIAS Kammerchor in Berlin.

Enders can be seen and heard at the helm of various orchestras and choirs. In concerts and opera performances, he conducts the Rundfunkchor Berlin, the Mitteldeutsches Kammerorchester, St Thomas’s Boys Choir Leipzig, the Salzburg Chamber Soloists, the Gächinger Kantorei, the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, the Monteverdichor Hamburg, the Symphonieorchester Leipzig, the Philharmonisches Orchester Altenburg-Gera, the Kammerakademie Halle, and the Barockorchester Leipzig. During his studies, he was able to work with the MDR-Symphonieorchester and the Jenaer Philharmonie a number of times. Enders performs at the Bachfest Leipzig, the Mendelssohnfesttage, the MDR-Musiksommer, as well as the Musikfest Erzgebirge and the Schumanniade. His recordings have been released by Rondeau Production, Querstand, and Harmonia Mundi, and have been broadcast on Deutschlandradio Kultur, SWR 2, and Kulturradio (RBB). From 2007, Enders studied orchestral conducting with Prof. Georg Christoph Biller, Fredo Jung, and Prof. Christian Kluttig at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Leipzig, successfully completing his conducting diploma for music theatre and concert performance. He participated in master classes with Kurt Masur, Peter Schreier, Peter Gülke, Simon Halsey, Helmuth Rilling, Grete Pedersen, and Jorma Panula. Moreover, he received private tuition in choral conducting with Prof. Hans- Joachim Rotzsch, former cantor at St Thomas Leipzig.

His professional career began at several opera houses across Saxony, where he conducted a range of performances in his roles as maestro di cappella, lead répétiteur, and choir master. Assistantships to Peter Schreier and Helmuth Rilling, as well as rehearsal work for Sir Simon Rattle and René Jacobs have been significant influences on his work.