Karl-Bernhardin Kropf can be heard almost exclusively in Rostock and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern state as organist and conductor - see more at www.marien-musik.de

Due to extensive work at home, concerts abroad are seldom and restricted to special occasions.
In the recent years, notable concerts have been appearances at the "Othmarscher Orgeltagen" in Hamburg 2005-2011 and 2014, mostly improvising on movies, and concerts at Munich Cathedral (2013) and Lübeck Marienkirche (2014).

Invitations for 2015:

26 June: VIIth Stuttgart Night of Organ Improvisation

"From seeing to listening" - Karl-Bernhardin Kropf improvises on works of art of the Stuttgart Kunstmuseum

6. p.m. special guided tour at the Kunstmuseum

8 p.m. concert in St. Eberhard Cathedral

17 August, 8 p.m.: Meldorfer Dom / Meldorf St. Johannis Church

Karl-Bernhardin Kropf (organ), Jana-Christin Walter (soprano)

Former concert locations (all in Germany, if not otherwise indicated) have been

Cathedrals:

Braunschweig, Cremona (I), Derby (UK), Fulda, Graz (A), Hamburg, Klagenfurt (A), Limburg, Lübeck, München, Odense (DK), Speyer, Stendal, St. Pölten (A)


Large instruments in major churches an concert halls:

Altenberg, Cuxhaven St. Petri, Friedrichshafen St. Nikolaus, Graz Stadtpfarrkirche (A), Haarlem St. Bavo (NL), Hamburg St. Johannis, Hamburg St. Michaelis, Hamburg St. Petri, Knokke (B), Krems St. Veit (A), Linz Brucknerhaus (A), Lübeck St. Marien, Meldorf, München Herkulessaal, Leipzig St. Nikolai, Nürnberg St. Sebald, Schwäbisch Gmünd Münster, Wien Konzerthaus (A), Wien Musikverein (A), Wien ORF-Radiokulturhaus (A)


Important historic organs from 16th to 19th century:

PL-Gleiwitz/Gliwice (Rieger 1936), D-Hamburg St. Jacobi (Schnitger 1693), D-Neuenfelde (Schnitger 1688), A-Innsbruck Hofkirche (Ebert 1585), D-Lübeck St. Jakobi (Stellwagen 1637), D-Lunden (Kühn 1847), D-Pellworm (Schnitger 1711), D-Stade St. Wilhadi (Bielfeldt 1736), D-Steinkirchen (Schnitger 1687), D-Tangermünde (Scherer 1624), D-Tellingstedt (Brunner 1642), A-Wien St. Michael (Sieber 1714), A-Wien Karlskirche (Seyberth 1847), E-Zenarruza/Bilbao (17. Jhdt.) and important organs in Mecklenburg state by Lütkemüller, Winzer, Friese und Walcker