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Moscow – Zaryadye Hall – with Alexander Fiseisky

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Alexander Fiseisky has played many unique organs in spectacular cathedrals and concert halls during his long concert life. Nevertheless, a performance in Moscow’s ultra-modern Zaryadye Hall with its new Mühleisen organ might be a highlight even for him. Here he presents a Russian programme with original organ works and transcriptions by Glasunov, Shostakovich and the grande dame of Russian music, Sofia Gubaidulina.

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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.

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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.

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