THE stunning St John's Church in Port Fairy was warmed with beautiful voices at a special concert on Wednesday evening.
Germany's Capella St Crucis performed, with music lovers treated to a spectacular show with songs sung by the 50 choir members.
The acapella group, based in Hannover, is on tour in Australia and will also perform at the Sydney Opera House.
Conductor Florian Lohmann leads the choir, with songs by Bach, Altnickol and Bartholdy.
Choir member Christina Soika-Giles is an Australian who has lived in Germany for 25 years.
She said it was the first time the choir had come to Australia.
Previously it has visited Argentina and other European cities.
"This is the first choir trip for all," she said.
"We landed in Adelaide and have eight concerts. We will play in Geelong on Thursday then Melbourne before we head to Sydney for a week of rehearsals with the Sydney Philharmonic Orchestra. Then we have a concert with them at the Sydney Opera House."
Mr Lohmann said Hannover had been crowned the UNESCO city of music in 2014.
"We sing pieces by Bach, Mendolsohn and James MacMillan," he said.
"We go from Baroque times to the modern era."
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