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We, the singers of the Bremer Kantorei St. Stephani and their conductor Tim Günther, send you our best regards. We endeavor to keep this website up to date and to keep all interested parties “up to date” about us. Here you can find out who we are, what we do, where we perform and how we have fun. Enjoy browsing. If you notice something, something is missing or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

New singers are always welcome. Knowledge of music, choir experience and regular participation in rehearsals are prerequisites, or at least useful, in order to join us and have fun with the music. If you feel addressed: simply register, come and get started. We are happy.

We were very lucky. Not only that we still exist (we know that many choirs did not have it so favorable, so that further work has become very difficult or even impossible for some), we were also able to do so after about a year of the pandemic in spring We will resume our regular rehearsals in 2021 – albeit in very different constellations: We sang in groups of four, six, eight or ten. And we were even able to recruit new singers during the pandemic.

We are all vaccinated and test ourselves regularly to protect ourselves and each other. This makes us feel safer together and we would like to offer that to everyone who is interested in our choir.

Our regular weekly rehearsals are actually on Tuesday evenings. We will return to this date as soon as circumstances allow. At the moment, our traditional rehearsal room is only approved for 16 people, so we use it (and thus Tuesday) for rehearsals in smaller groups. At Tutti we are currently rehearsing on Monday evenings. From 7.15 p.m. there is a test control, from 7.30 p.m. singing, rehearsals end at 10 p.m.

In the second week of each month we end the rehearsal earlier and then have “Happy Hour” – that’s what we call our cozy get-together with talks, snacks/cheese and a glass of juice, water or wine. Rehearsal weekends take place before our concerts.

Sunday, April 03, 2022, 7:30 p.m.:
Johannes Brahms – “A German Requiem”, Anja Petersen – soprano, Armin Kolarczyk – bass, Kammer Sinfonie – orchestra, Tim Günther – overall direction
in the Kulturkirche St. Stephani

Further information can be found at

Sunday, November 27, 7 p.m

The Messiah

Georg Friedrich Händel

Lucía Martín Cartón – soprano
Anna-Maria Torkel – alto
Clemens C. Löschmann – tenor
Armin Kolarczyk – bass
Bremer Kantorei St. Stephani
Kammer Sinfonie Bremen
Tim Günther – conductor
ticket: 26 euros / 14 euros
mit Bremen-Pass: 8 euros


Der Messias – Halleluja (2006), Hörprobe


Bremer Kantorei St. Stephani, Tim Günther, Artistic Director / Music Director,  Tel +49 421 302 242    e-mail