Jörg Halubek

Early Music | Maestro al Cembalo | Organ

As a conductor, maestro al cembalo, harpsichordist and organist, Jörg Halubek is a proven specialist in early music. In 2008, he founded the Stuttgart Baroque Orchestra il Gusto Barocco, with which he has organized his own Baroque series in Stuttgart since 2020.

As an opera conductor, he is particularly interested in the dramatic topicality of ancient material. His path has led him to the Komische Oper Berlin, among others, as well as regularly to the National Theater Mannheim and the State Opera Kassel. Since winning the International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition in Leipzig in 2004, he has been active as a harpsichordist and organist in Germany and abroad. With Berlin Classics, he is working on a comprehensive edition of the organ and orchestral works of Johann Sebastian Bach, which launched in the fall of 2020.

Ophelias Culture PR has been accompanying Jörg Halubek since 2019. Part of the collaboration includes PR and press work for his publications and engagements, as well as dramaturgical and strategic consulting.

As a conductor, maestro al cembalo, harpsichordist and organist, Jörg Halubek is a proven specialist in early music. In 2008, he founded the Stuttgart Baroque Orchestra il Gusto Barocco, with which he has organized his own Baroque series in Stuttgart since 2020.

As an opera conductor, he is particularly interested in the dramatic topicality of ancient material. His path has led him to the Komische Oper Berlin, among others, as well as regularly to the National Theater Mannheim and the State Opera Kassel. Since winning the International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition in Leipzig in 2004, he has been active as a harpsichordist and organist in Germany and abroad. With Berlin Classics, he is working on a comprehensive edition of the organ and orchestral works of Johann Sebastian Bach, which launched in the fall of 2020.

Ophelias Culture PR has been accompanying Jörg Halubek since 2019. Part of the collaboration includes PR and press work for his publications and engagements, as well as dramaturgical and strategic consulting.

In the upcoming season, Jörg Halubek will make his debut with the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra with Handel's "Saul". Other highlights include the provisional conclusion of the regular Kassel engagement since 2012 with Handel's "Alcina" and the fourth part of the Monteverdi cycle begun with il Gusto Barocco in 2017 with "L'Orfeo" at the National Theater Mannheim. The new Stuttgart music series initiated last year with il Gusto Barocco also continues this year. There, in addition to opening up new repertoire, Jörg Halubek is continuing to test new concert formats with installations and digital formats.

In March, he will release Bach's Brandenburg Concertos with il Gusto Barocco (Berlin Classics), followed in the middle of the year by "Cleofida," an arrangement of Handel's "Poro" by Georg Philipp Telemann (SWR 2/cpo). In 2019, he also launched his multimedia project "Bach Organ Landscapes," a complete recording of Bach's organ works on original instruments with additional material accessible online. Two more double albums in the series will follow this year.

Jörg Halubek, professor for historical keyboard instruments at the HfM Stuttgart, studied church music, organ and harpsichord in Stuttgart and Freiburg with Jon Laukvik and Robert Hill. At the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis he specialized in historical performance practice with Jesper Christensen and Andrea Marcon.

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