Review of the IOOF press conference from Gasteig, Munich

The IOOF is pleased to invite you to the press conference for the 1st International Online Organ Festival on Wednesday, April 6, 2022  at 11 a.m. per Livestream from the Philharmonie of the Gasteig, Munich.

Join the Livestream and learn more about the IOOF – International Online Organ Festival, its history, mission, program and much more during the IOOF Press Conference!

Start: April 6, 2022 11:00 CET

Livestream-Link: www.io-of.org/live

If you are a journalist, please register briefly for the press conference here.


On the panel you can expect:

  • Hansjörg Albrecht (IOOF Artistic Director)
  • Albert Ginthör (IOOF Festival Director)
  • Axel Kroell (IOOF Festival Director)
  • Max Wagner (Management Gasteig)
  • Moderator: Tobias Kurzmaier (Journalist DFJS)

What it’s about:
A world festival for the organ
Munich is networking the entire international organ world at the 1st International Online Organ Festival (IOOF) from April 18 (Easter Monday) to May 1, 2022.

The centerpiece is more than 30 exclusive international organ films from the world’s most impressive organ venues. These will be available as video on demand during the festival period.
In addition, there are daily live events such as MasterClasses, webinars, Q&A interviews, and high-profile online panels. In this way, the IOOF brings the great organists, organ builders, and organ professionals from around the world into direct contact with the public.

Featuring: Olivier Latry, Paris | Bach Fest Leipzig | Wayne Marshall, Teatro Olimpico | Kensuke Ohira, Tokyo | Steven Tharp, Dallas | Juilliard School, New York | Winfried Bönig, Cologne Cathedral | Konstantin Reymaier, St. Stephen’s Cathedral Vienna | La Révolte des Orgues, Milan Cathedral | Royal Birmingham Conservatoire | Dong Ill Shin, Seoul | Christoph Bull, Los Angeles | Thomas Heywood, Australia | Theo van Wyk, South Africa | Alexander Fiseisky, Moscow | Martin Baker, Buckfast Abbey, England | Kalevi Kiviniemi, Finland | Hansjörg Albrecht, Bruckner Spezial | The Impro Organ Challenge, Bergamo | Specials from Dresden, Bavaria, Munich uva

The IOOF is centered in Munich, under the patronage of the German UNESCO Commission, conductor Kent Nagano and former Bundestag President Norbert Lammert.

We look forward to your participation.

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