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Concert Organ music evening Performed by Marina Vyayzya
World famous Mariinsky Ballet and Opera Theatre - Opera and Concert Hall

Organ music evening Performed by Marina Vyayzya (Concert) -
Schedule for Organ music evening Performed by Marina Vyayzya 2020

Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Composer: Olivier Messiaen
Organist: Marina Vyayzya

Orchestra: Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra

 The programme includes: 
Georg Muffat 
Toccata septima and Passacaglia from Apparatus Musico-Organisticus

Johann Sebastian Bach 
Two chorale preludes from Great Eighteen Chorale Preludes: 
Allein Gott in der Hö’ sei Her, BWV 663 
Vater unser im Himmelreich, BWV 682 
Prelude and Fugue in E Minor, BWV 548

Maurice Duruflé 
Suite, Op. 5

Gaston Litaize 
Lied from Douze pièces pour orgue

Maurice Duruflé 
Scherzo, Op. 2

Olivier Messiaen 
Alleluias sereins d’une âme qui désire le ciel from the organ cycle L’Ascension

Naji Hakim 
In organo, chordis et choro, fantaisie

… Unlike the normal organ sound of European churches, at the Mariinsky hall the sound doesn’t mix and reverberate under vaulted ceilings, retaining its purity and clarity with each and every tone. 
Vladimir Rannev. Kommersant-SPb

This is an instrument that will last a century at least. Engineers have appraised the construction and the delicate electronic innards, while music lovers have appraised the pure, gentle sound and universal coverage. And children in the audience have tugged at their parents’ sleeves and whispered “It’s so beautiful!”
Kultura TV


Daniel Kern about the Mariinsky Theatre’s organ

The Mariinsky Theatre’s organ is a blend of the Classical and the Romantic movements of French organ construction traditions. Thanks to the typically French classical registers (trumpets, clairons, cornets and сrumhorns among others) this instrument facilitates interpretations of classical organ music. The organ has a large, Romantic Schwellwerk, which ensures that the entire legacy of Romantic music may be performed in full.

The organ has an exceptionally sensitive and precise “suspended” playing tractura. In turn, this ensures an incredibly delicate manner of performing and allows the organist to take into account all the different nuances while playing. The solo registers, such as the flutes and reeds (bassoon – oboe, voix humaine and so on), imbue this instrument with poetry and charm.

Building this instrument was a great honour for me, as well as being an unforgettable pleasure. I am tremendously grateful to Mr Gergiev for the trust he has shown and also to Mr Kinyaev for his wonderful and constructive collaboration. 
I would like, in addition, to express my boundless gratitude to the company Neviss-Complex and its staff for also providing technical support. 
I hope that this instrument will bring great joy to St Petersburg’s music lovers, and I am also firmly convinced that this new wind organ will further cement and strengthen the friendship between Russia and France.

Strasbourg, 14 September 2009 
Daniel Kern, Director of the company Kern et Fils

Schedule for Organ music evening Performed by Marina Vyayzya 2020

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