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International Organ Festival "Sauer Masterpiece" to Run Online
29.05.2020 15:34
International Organ Festival

As part of the festival, in the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral, the compositions by Bach, Brahms, Tariverdiev, and Lefebure Wely will be performed.

      Music will be played by organists from different countries: Honored Artist of the Republic of Abkhazia, Luka Gadelia, organist from the Netherlands Jean-Pierre Styvers, Japanese musician Hiroko Inoue, and Russian organists Ivan Ipatov, Anna Suslova, Ksenia Sviridenko, Anastasia Bykova, Mikhail Katalikov, and Olga Kemova.


      The festival runs from May 30 till August 19.


      A detailed concert schedule is presented on the
YouTube channel of the festival organizers, the Belcanto Foundation. There you can watch the broadcast.

      The organ in honor of which the festival is held was built in 1898 by the Wilhelm Sauer enterprise, one of the largest organ-building companies in Germany for the St. Michael Lutheran Church in Moscow.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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