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Organ Music Festival in St. Petersburg Planetarium No. 1
January 28, 2021 18:18


St. Petersburg Planetarium No. 1 welcomes you to the Organ Music Festival that kicks off on January 29, 2021. A total of 7 concerts are going to be held, each of them dedicated to a particular planet. The St. Petersburg Planetarium No. 1 will host a series of organ music concerts organized by Amadeus Concerts. The organ, sometimes referred to as the king of music instruments will play under a huge dome with a projection of the starry sky. The oorganizers have prepared a unique program that will completely change the audience's perception of this music. Not only classical masterpieces will be performed, but also compositions by contemporary authors. A total of 7 concerts, each of them dedicated to a particular planet, will take place in the Planetarium. The cycle of organ concerts starts at 9 pm on January 29, 2021. The program of the first concert will be dedicated to Venus, which has long been considered the source and patron of beauty, enjoyment of life and creativity. Besides, Friday is the day of Venus, when residents of large cities especially like to relax and enjoy music. The organ performer will be Irina Rozanova, who is going to play compositions by Johan S. Bach, G. Pierne, O. Yanchenko, P. Vasks, R. Sakamoto, and E. Gigu. The second concert will be held on January 30 and will be dedicated to Saturn, a symbol of inescapable power, overcoming challenges and the patron of time. The concert includes all these aspects and music compositions written over the past 500 years by true classics. Irina Rozanova will play compositions by A. Vivaldi, C. Debussy, J. S. Bach, P. Duke, and P. Vasks. The music theme of January 31 will be the Sun. In ancient teachings, it is considered a symbol of life and the inner self. The program includes works from different eras. Sergey Salewski is going to perform compositions by J. S. Bach, Henry Purcell, and I. Mutel, among others. The concert starts at 9 pm. February 1 will see an organ concert dedicated to the Moon an ancient symbol of unconditional love, compassion, motherhood, female energy and serving life. The atmosphere will be suitable, with the paintings of starry sky and the space, inspiring listeners to contemplate its infinite beauty. Irina Rozanova will perform compositions by J. S. Bach, R. Sakamoto, G. Linen, P. Fletcher, E. Sati, and A. Marcello. Mars will reign under the dome of the Planetarium on February 2. In ancient cultures, this planet was considered a symbol of action, male energy, and forward movement. The greatest compositions of the geniuses of organ music over the past five hundred years will be presented accompanied by a large-scale video series. The organ will be played by Olga Kotlyarova. The audience will hear J. S. Bach and F. Liszt. The theme of February 3 will be Mercury, the patron planet of eloquence, understanding, expressiveness and communication. In addition, it represents masculine energy and is a symbol of achievement. The music of this night will be performed in combination with a grandiose projection on a huge spherical dome. Sergey Salewski will perform J. S. Bach, Henry Purcell, and I. Mutel. The closing day of the festival, February 4, will present the program Jupiter praising the planet of the highest ideals, generosity, good luck and mentoring. Olga Kotlyarova will play J. S. Bach, J. Brahms, and F. Mendelssohn music. See details and book tickets on the website. All the concerts start at 9 pm.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Organ Music Concerts in Saint Petersburg Festivals in Saint Petersburg Music Festivals Planetarium 

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