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Munderloh, David (1969-Present)

He is a tenor born in the United States who took his music education further when he was made a Fulbright Fellow and able to study theory and early music performance at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel, Switzerland.

Regularly appearing as a soloist he has appeared in many dramatic productions such as the both of the J.S. Bach “Passions”, Britten’s Curlew River, Handel’s Acis & Galatea, Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Purcell’s Dido & Aeneas.

From 1991 to the late 1990s/early 2000s he was a member of the ensemble Chanticleer, performing with orchestras such as the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and the San Francisco Symphony.  He has also sung with The Consort of Musike and currently still performs with Ensemble Gilles Binchois and The Harp Consort.

Performing music from all eras in over 120 concerts each year he has toured nationally and internationally, appeared at several music festivals, on television and radio broadcasts worldwide and featured on albums that include the Grammy Award winning Colors of Love as well as Lost in the StarsMatins for the Virgin of GuadalupeMexican BaroqueThe Music of Chen Yi, Mysteria, Palestrina: Missa Pro Defunctis/Motets. Portrait and Sing We Christmas with Chanticleer and Bach: St. Matthew Passion by the American Bach Soloists.  He has recently performed Divine Tears in a lute recital with the lutenist Julian Behr.

He currently resides in Basel, Switzerland.

Chanticleer recordings
Arirang (c15th Century Korean)
Teldec 16676 (CD: Wondrous Love: A World Folk Song Collection)
Arranger – Chen Yi