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Festive Organ Concert

Date and time

24 August 2018, Friday 19:00

This summer, Lviv will be home to organists from all over the world for two weeks. From the August 13th to the 26th in the Organ Hall will held the Eighth International Organ Festival and organ residence. There are 13 concerts, master classes and hours of good music!
On August 24, in the framework of the festival, a concert of a guest from Kiev - Bogdan Demyanenko will take place.Bogdan is not only an organist, but also a composer, historic of music. He restores the organ of the Opera Studio of the National Musical Academy in Kyiv and explores Ukrainian Baroque music. He is the winner of the special award for the Karabits family (the Young Writers' Contest of Ivan Karabits) and Lyudmila Kaverina Prize as a musicologist.
The performer decided to start the concert on the Independence Day with the work of the famous Ukrainian composer and Baroque musicologist Mykola Dyletsky. Bohdan Demyanenko created a translation for the organ of his choral work "Sunday canon". After the Ukrainian Baroque, there will be a European Baroque - Preludes and Fugues by Johann Sebastian Bach, Gottlieb Muffat and Dieterich Buxtehude. And at the end of the concert, the performer will play his own work - "Poem", dedicated to Olexander Begma.

Bohdan Demyanenko - organ

M. Dyletsky - “Sunday canon” (Arr. B. Demyanenko)
J.S. Bach - Choral trio prelude "Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend", BWV 655
J.S. Bach - Choral Prelude "Ein 'feste Burg ist unnser Gott", BWV 720
Gottlieb Muffat - Toccata 9 with six variations c-moll
D. Buxtehude - Tokta F Major, BuxWV 156
D. Buxtehude - Choral Prelude "Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ", BuxWV 196
J.S. Bach - Prelude and Fugue A Dur, BWV 536
J.S. Bach - Prelude and Fugue in D Dur, BWV 532
B. Demyanenko - Poem (Dedicated to Olexander Begma, 2008)

Tickets are available:
- at the office of the Organ Hall every day from 13:00 to 19:00
- online at -
- in more than 20 outlets of Lviv -

// age limit: ~ 7 + //

Phone for information: 098 871 0180
Duration: two hours, with intermission

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