The German conductor and organist, Ingo Schulz, studied church music in Herford (Westphalia) and Berlin (HdK, now UdK). Resuming training in the subject choir directing with Martin Behrmann and Uwe Gronostay as well as a study of the music science with Carl Dahlhaus in Berlin completed his training.
Since 1985 Ingo Schulz serves as a Kantor at the Kreuzberger Ölberg-Kirche (since the municipality union in 1995 also at the Emmaus-Kirche). Ingo Schulz leads the Ölbergchor with much commitment since beginning and has already performed with them very fastidious works, such as misa sine nomine by Leon Schidlowsky, Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, Petite Messe solennelle by G. Rossini, George Frideric Handel’s Messiah and King David by Arthur Honegger.
Ingo Schulz is appropriate particularly at the heart the new music, with which he presented numerous concerts to the public (an inclusive broadcast admission with works of Leon Schidlowsky, in March 1996 in Saarbruecken). In the autumn 1998 he created additionally the Ensemble 36, a project choir, which argues in particular with interesting works of the modern time. Besides he concentrated again and again also with solo works and in chamber-music performances. In 1998 Ingo Schulz created the company ‘musik-art’, in order to bring to a broader public CD recordings of the choir and rarely played music of the modern time.
Since 1994 Ingo Schulz has a training post for the subject of organ at the church-music C-seminar of the Evangelist Church Berlin Brandenburg at the University of the Arts Berlin (formerly HdK).