Patrick Van Goethem

Category:solist, muzikant
Genre(s):barok, oude muziek
Instrument(s):zang (contratenor)

Biography

Countertenor Patrick Van Goethem’s first steps of his singing career were taken at the famous boys choir Schola Cantorum Cantate Domino conducted by Michaël Ghijs. He specialised in baroque music with Paul Esswood, Julia Hamari, and Andreas Scholl. As a soloist he is much in demand, working with famous conductors such as Ton Koopman, Frans Brüggen, Masaaki Suzuki, Peter Neumann, Gustav Leonhardt, Jos Van Veldhoven, Reinhard Goebel, Helmuth Rilling, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, and many others. Patrick Van Goethem collaborated on numerous CD productions with works by Bach, Zelenka, Händel, and Buxtehude. He has been invited to the great European festivals and made his debut in the U.S. in 2005. On the agenda for 2009 are, among others, a European tour featuring Bach’s Mass in B Minor, with Frans Brüggen’s Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century. In addition to his career as a concert singer, he also performs with his own ensemble The Flanders Baroque Consort.

Selective discography

Händel Georg Frideric - JohannespassionHändel Georg Frideric - Johannespassion (1997)
Baroque
Jan Van Elsacker, Georg Friedrich Händel, Lieven Termont, Patrick Van Goethem, Agnès Mellon, Goedele Heidbüchel, Stefan Geyer, Ex Tempore (...)
The Flanders Baroque ConsortThe Flanders Baroque Consort
Baroque
Patrick Van Goethem, Dietrich Buxtehude, Georg Friedrich Händel, Frank Agsteribbe, Piet Stryckers, Alessandro Scarlatti
Patrick van Goethem - ContratenorPatrick van Goethem - Contratenor
Baroque
Patrick Van Goethem, Georg Friedrich Händel, Johann Sebastian Bach, Jan Dismas Zelenka, Johann David Heinichen, Claudio Monteverdi

Selectieve discografie als medewerker

Bach Johann Sebastian - Mis in si kleinBach Johann Sebastian - Mis in si klein (2010)
Baroque
Cappella Amsterdam, Orkest van de Achttiende Eeuw, Johann Sebastian Bach, Frans Brüggen
De profundis. Cantates 131 & 177De profundis. Cantates 131 & 177 (2010)
Baroque
Il Gardellino, Johann Sebastian Bach, Marcel Ponseele, Caroline Weynants, Christoph Graupner, Damien Guillon, Marcus Ullmann, Lieven Termont (...)
Magister XMagister X (1998)
early music
Capilla Flamenca, Dirk Snellings