Organ concerto
Activity 01Concert

Listening Beethoven

Date and time

31 March 2019, Sunday 19:00

Do you want to know five shocking facts about Beethoven?
Beethoven's father wanted to make "the second Mozart" from him. Ludwig first appeared on stage in seven years.
He could not multiply and divide, but he could simultaneously work on several musical pieces.
Beethoven did not like to comb and carelessly treated clothing.
He felt in love many times, but for all his life he did not marry. "Moonlight Sonata" was devoted to one of his passes - Giulietta Guicciardi.
The composer lost his ears at age 27 and wrote his most famous works after that.
Ludwig van Beethoven is the last titan of Vienna's classics. He wrote 240 pieces and invented the genre of symphony. Beethoven wrote his music for millions and knew that he would remain for ages.
On the last day of March, an organist from Uzhgorod Olga Chundak will play in the Organ Hall of the works by Beethoven.
She started organ with the Honored Artist of Ukraine Natalia Vysich. Graduated Uzhhorod State Music College and Uzhhorod Branch of the Donetsk State Musical Academy in two specialties - piano and organ. Laureate and diploma winner of several international and All-Ukrainian musical festivals, participated in master classes at the best European organists.

Olga Chundak - organ

Ludwig van Beethoven:
Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67, 1 part
Symphony No. 7 for A Minor, op. 92, part 2 of the "Allegretto"
Egmont overture, op.84
"Moonlight Sonata," Op.27 # 2, Part 1
"Suite for a Mechanical organ": Adagio, Scherzo, Allegro
"Für Elise" A Minor WoO59.

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