|????||The Liedertafel (Genial singers) probably originated as a men's choir (Many years ago)|
|1855||The first written document testifying to the existence of the Liedertafel found in a song collection in Landshut (Bavaria)|
|1863||The statutes approved by the Emperor, his Majesty Franz Joseph I|
|1947||During the War activities had to be intermittently stopped. In 1947 the club was re-established.|
|1969||Under Bruno Jirasek's leadership the choir was extended to allow women members.|
a young music professor took control of the choir.
He had a formative influence on the sound and extent of works performed by the choir.
|1989||Mattighofen's Liedertafel is honoured with its own rehearsal room in the National School of Music.|
The club must thank Alois Kogler for many years of expert guidance.
Andreas Penninger, an ambitious music student, takes over control of the choir as its new conductor.
|2002||Alliance with Volkliedsingkreis Pischelsdorf|
The music professional, Prof.
Joseph Werndl, takes over the chorus again and
heads the 150-year anniversary concert in 2005.
The choir thanks Prof. Werndl for three times of expert guidance.
|2009||Mag. Irene Baischer takes over control of the choir as its new conductor and|
|2010||Mrs. Birngruber sets up a youth choir.|
|2012||Under the leadership of Ms. Viktoria Scharinger the peppy concert "Summer of 69" (Poster) thrilled the audience.|
Mrs Christine Gerauer, a
graduate of the Bruckner Conservatory in Linz and trained soprano soloist
takes over the choir.
In 2015 Mrs Gerauer headed the secular oratorio "Königin Not (Queen of Misery) by the Austrian poet, Franz Stelzhamer (Poster).
In 2016 she conducted the concert "Gemischter Satz" with the participation of the Schößler Choir,
in 2017 the Christmas concert "Joy in Advent" and
in 2019 the concert with the title " Opera, operetta, musical "(Poster).