• Angela Metzger

    Concert organist

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Angela Metzger

is a concert organist from Munich who brings her audience closer to the whole range of organ literature; her mission is to interpret organ music from the late Renaissance to the present day in a refreshing new way ‒ precisely, and with a distinct sense for the powerful magic of the “queen of instruments”. She takes pride in creating a profound understanding for each musical era by immersing herself in every piece and loves sharing her discoveries with her audience. During her performances she provides entertaining introductions, thus making modern and contemporary repertoire accessible to everyone.

Angela Metzger performs regularly in Germany, Europe and the world. Concerts have taken her to international organ festivals such as “Toulouse les Orgues” and the “Musikfest ION” in Nuremberg. She has given guest performances in Egypt, Israel, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Philharmonie Essen, the Musashino Civic Cultural Hall Tokyo and the Royal Opera House Muscat in Oman. She has performed with the Gürzenich Orchestra and as a soloist with the WDR Sinfonieorchester in the series “Musik der Zeit”.

During her musical career she has received numerous prizes for her art: she has won awards at international organ competitions in Tokyo, Saint-Maurice in Switzerland, Wuppertal and in the ARD International Music Competition. In 2019, she received the “Bayerischer Kunstförderpreis” (Bavarian state award for the advancement of arts).

Angela Metzger is a very exceptional young artist who masters the “queen of instruments” – the organ – like hardly anyone else of her generation.

She enchanted the numerous audience with her colourful performance art on this incomparably French and baroque inspired instrument […].

Angela Metzger is an accomplished, excellent organist who succeeds in an extremely coherent and dense interpretation.

Metzger is a virtuoso on her instrument. She played clearly, highly concentrated and […] gracefully.

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