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Zaryadye Hall - Moscow's beautiful new venue

- with Alexander Fiseisky

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Moscow – Zaryadye Hall – with Alexander Fiseisky
Moscow – Zaryadye Hall – with Alexander Fiseisky
Moscow – Zaryadye Hall – with Alexander Fiseisky
Moscow – Zaryadye Hall – with Alexander Fiseisky
Muhlheisen Orgel © Muhleisen
The organ of Zaryadye Hall, consecrated in 2020, was built by the French organ-building firm Manufacture d’Orgue Muhleisen in Eschau (Alsace) and impresses with its broad, flat organ front, whose pipe course describes the shape of gentle waves. The curved aesthetics are also continued in the design of the four-manual console, from which the 82 stops of the organ can be controlled. With regard to the disposition, the organ is very much oriented towards French symphonic music, so that in addition to a rich palette of fundamental voices with numerous overblowing flutes, each work also has powerful trumpet choirs. The modern electric control of the organ also allows the Grand Orgue, Positif and Récit works to be divided into two sections each, and the Solo even into three, which can be coupled independently to the keyboards, thus enormously increasing the number of registration combinations.
Moscow’s newest temple of culture is located in Sarjadje Park in the middle of the city centre, very close to the Kremlin on the banks of the Moskva River and was ceremoniously opened by President Putin in September 2018. The “Zaryadye Hall” is a cultural centre that includes several halls, two amphitheatres and a spacious foyer. The large concert hall with a maximum of 1550 seats is variable, as is the stage. stage is variable: depending on the cast, individual elements can be adjusted in height and can be adjusted in height and extension. Selected materials and various woods ensure optimal acoustics. Ensure optimal acoustics. The 85-stop organ is a source of pride here, which was performed on in a 24-hour non-stop concert on 29 February 2020, including a spectacular light show by 24 organists.
Moscow – Zaryadye Hall – with Alexander Fiseisky
Moskau Sarjadje Hall
Moscow – Zaryadye Hall – with Alexander Fiseisky
Alexander Fiseisky
Bach’s complete organ works in a single day? A record-breaking marathon played by Alexander Fiseisky in Düsseldorf in the Bach Year 2000. For decades, Fiseisky has been shaping the organ scene in Russia, be it as a concert organist, as a professor at the Russian Gnessin Academy of Music and other institutes, as an organ expert, book author and artistic director of various festivals. As a versatile virtuoso, he is Russia’s musical ambassador throughout Europe, North America and the Far East. Bach and Handel are not the only focal points of his extensive repertoire: He is equally committed to contemporary music and is the dedicatee of numerous compositions.

Zaryadye Hall - Moscow's beautiful new venue

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