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Mikael Tariverdiev
August 15, 1931 - July 25, 1996


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Organ Music Festival in St. Petersburg Planetarium No. 1
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.
--28-01-2021--
7 Places to Listen to Organ Music in Moscow
For the admirers of the grandeur and might of organ music, Moscow has 7 venues that give you the most out of organ concerts. Here is the list of them.
--26-10-2020--
Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow
The Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory is one of the largest and most significant concert venues in Russia and the world. It traditionally hosts the largest music contests and international festivals.The best singers, orchestras and ensembles perform here.
--27-05-2018--
Organ Music Festival In Sochi
The 14th Festival of Organ Music takes place in Sochi from July 14 to August 18, 2013 under the aegis of the Sochi 2014 Olympiad. The festival introduces performances of musicians from 5 following countries Russia, Italy, Poland, Germany and Ukraine.
--30-07-2013--


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Concert Minin Choir: World Music
The audience will find a kaleidoscope of musical styles at this concert.
--21-01-2021--
Organ Concert "All of Bach Cantatas" at the Sts Peter and Paul Cathedral
The series "Bach in Leipzig: Paired Cantatas" is performed by organist Fyodor Stroganov and the early music ensemble Collegium Musicum conducted by Oleg Romanenko.
--26-10-2020--
Night Organ Concert Mozart. Requiem
The unique acoustics of the Peter and Paul Cathedral will help soloists, choir and orchestra express the grandeur of Mozart's genius.
--24-10-2020--
Concert "Bach & Jazz: Organ and Saxophone" in Moscow
Is it possible to combine the classics and popular music of the 20th century? Saxophonist Alexei Kruglov and organist Igor Goldenberg are going to do it!
--30-09-2020--
Earth Hour with the King of Instruments: Organ-Orchestra
On March 30, 2019, we are participating in the Earth Hour action of the WWF! Join this unique event - a historical organ concert without electricity!
--28-03-2019--
To the 200th Anniversary of Marius Petipa. Russian Ballet Music at Moscow Cathedral
Organ and orchestra will play music from Tchaikovskys great ballets "The Nutcracker", "Swan Lake", and "Sleeping Beauty" at the St. Peter and Paul Cathedral.
--26-04-2018--





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