Klaus Uwe Ludwig (16 September 1943 – 20 December 2019) was a German church musician, concert organist and composer, who directed the church music at the Lutherkirche in Wiesbaden for decades. Ludwig was born in Göttingen. He studied first mathematics and physics in Mannheim, then Protestant church music at the Hochschule für Kirchenmusik Heidelberg. He graduated in 1966 with the A-Exam, in 1967 with the concert diploma. He also studied voice and orchestral conducting in Mannheim. He worked at the Melanchthonkirche  in Mannheim, the Stadtkirche  in Kitzingen and for the regional Stadt- und Bezirkskantorat in Regensburg. He was promoted to Kirchenmusikdirektor in 1977. From 1978 to the end of 2008 he was Kantor (director of music) at the Lutherkirche in Wiesbaden. He founded and conducted the Bachchor Wiesbaden, the Bach orchestra, the Kleine Kantorei (Little chorale) and the Johann-Walter-Kreis, an ensemble for Renaissance music, especially sacred and secular music of Luther's time. In 2003, the Bachchor received the Kulturpreis der Stadt Wiesbaden (Cultural prize of Wiesbaden). More information...

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