Maximilian Thom ia a member of the Dresdner Kreuzchor since 2007. In 2008 and 2010 he sung as a Soloist in Schütz "Musikalische Exequien".
He is singing a Solo at Track 2 of the CD "Kreuzchorvespern - Uns ist ein Kind geboren" which was recorded in March 2009 and at Track 4 of the CD "Kreuzchorvespern - Erstanden ist der heilige Christ" which was recorded in 2010. In 2011 he was singing several Solos from Mauersberger and the "Abendsegen" from Humperdink. In 2010 and 2011 he was also singing a Solo in the St Matthew Passion of J.S.Bach.
Maximilian is also singing one of the "Drei Knaben" in the Magic Flute at the Semper Opera Dresden.
Der Dresdner KreuzchorFranz LindnerMaximilian Thom Kreuzchorvespern
Geistliche Chormusik der Passions- und Osterzeit
This recording of choral works for Passiontide and Easter continues to
follow the Dresden Kreuzchor through the Church year. The CD series
presents works that have long featured in the Kreuzkirche’s liturgical
celebration of these festivals—the choir’s “domestic repertoire,” so
to speak. Thousands flock to these evening services every fortnight,
to enjoy the centuries-old tradition in which boys’ voices blend
anew into the unique and homogeneous sound of choral singing.
Passion and Easter represent the strongest possible contrast between
crucifixion and resurrection, offering the listener an impressive sweep
of inseparably linked musical and spiritual content. As the repertoire
ranges from the Middle Ages to modern times, all the choir’s tonal
potential is exploited to its utmost.
Der Dresdner KreuzchorBastian BartschVincent HoppeJonas KumpanFranz LindnerMaximilian ThomElias WöllnerPhilipp Polhardt (non-treble) Kreuzchorvespern, Geistliche Musik aus Dresden, Uns ist ein Kind geboren - With this Christmas recording, the Dresdner Kreuzchor returns to its own roots: Saxon choral music, ably supported here by the varied timbres of the Cappella Sagittariana, rings out here in rejoicing. THis also marks the launch of the "Kreuzchorvespern" CD series. The Saturday evening Vespers in the Kreuzkirche enjoy long-lasting popularity, and now the loveliest Vesper pieces have been grouped around the great feasts of the Christian year and be heard again and again on CD. - recorded in March 2009, Lukaskirche Dresden